Children’s Book Week 2020: Cool Math by Tracie Young and Katie Hewett

Cool Math has 50 various math facts explain in easy-to-understand examples for students and adults.
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Children’s Book Week 2020: That’s Good That’s Bad by Joan M. Lexau

That's Good, That's Bad is a reissue of a classic folk tale that teaches a love of storytelling and the sly skill of distraction.
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Children’s Book Week 2020: Lambslide by Ann Patchett

Lambslide is the silly story of a group of lambs on the farm that that they are getting a lambslide and it may take a landslide victory to get the farm to agree.
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Children’s Book Week 2020: All Around Bustletown Spring by Rotraut Susanne Berner

Spring has arrived in Bustletown. Your child can choose a character and follow them through the day. Check out this book and others in celebration of Children's Book Week.
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Children’s Book Review: Bear and Fred by Iris Argaman

A children's Holocaust story based on a real boy and his teddy bear.
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Books that Came My Way in April 2020

My monthly roundup of books that came my way in the last month. Books include fiction, nonfiction, historical fiction, and children's books.
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Children’s Book Review: Roxi the Rescue Dog Helps the Elephants by Carolyn Drew

A story for young readers about a dog who saves sad elephants who are treated poorly and helps them find the happy elephants. It teaches kindness and compassion for animals.
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Book Review: The Sweeney Sisters by Lian Dolan

Three sisters return home after the sudden death of their famous author father, only to find out there is more to their father's story than he ever told them.
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Children’s Book Review: Best Family Ever by Karen Kingsbury and Tyler Russell

Karen Kingsbury's Baxter family that adults have loved is now available for kids to meet the children of the best family ever in this new middle-grade fiction series.
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Children’s Book Review: Pets and Their Famous Humans by Ana Gallo

Short biographies of famous artists and scientists and their pets. This book is perfect for elementary-aged kids who love learning about famous people.
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