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Children’s Book Review: Bone Soup By Alyssa Capucilli

BONE SOUP A Spooky Tasty Tale By: Alyssa Satin Capucilli Illustrated by: Tom Knight Published: July 24, 2018 Publisher: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books Fiction   The beloved fable STONE SOUP is retold with a Halloween twist. Share the story of a community of witches, ghouls, ghosts, and monsters coming together to make a soup…
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Children’s Book Review: Disney Villains The Evilest of Them All

DISNEY VILLAINS The Evilest of Them All By: Rachael Upton Illustrated by: The Disney Storybook Art Team Published: July 3, 2017 Publisher: SFI Readerlink Dist   This is THE book for classic Disney movie fans! Rather than focusing on the princesses or heroines in all the favorite Disney movies, this book instead focuses on the villains,…
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Children’s Book Review: Delivery Bear By Laura Gehl

DELIVERY BEAR By: Laura Gehl Illustrated by: Paco Sordo Published: September 1, 2018 Publisher: Albert Whitman and Company Fiction   All Zogby has dreamed of doing is being a delivery bear. When he finally sees his dream job posted at the local Fluffy Tail Cookies shop, he can’t wait to apply. The problem is, he…
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Children’s Book Review: My First Wild Activity Book By Isabel Otter-Barry Ross

MY FIRST WILD ACTIVITY BOOK By: Isabel Otter – Barry Ross Illustrated by: Maxime Lebrun Published: January 2, 2018 Publisher: Silver Dolphin Books Nonfiction   This is exactly the kind of book I loved as a kid and the kind of book I purchased when our kids were younger. This is the kind of activity book…
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Children’s Book Review: Eraser By Anna Kang

ERASER By: Anna Kang Illustrated by: Christopher Weyant Published: August 1, 2018 Publisher: Two Lions Fiction   Eraser is tired of being the clean-up crew at school. Pencil is so sharp. Cobalt is cool. Everyone loves Tape and Glue because they can make anything stick. Then Marker tells Eraser she can’t come to the science…
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Children’s Book Review: Eppie the Elephant By Livingstone Crouse

EPPIE THE ELEPHANT (Who Was Allergic to Peanuts) By: Livingstone Crouse Illustrated by: Steve Brown Published: August 7, 2018 Publisher: Silver Dolphin Fiction   Food allergies are becoming more and more common and schools are making accommodations to make sure children with allergies are safe. Some schools are going completely “nut free” like our school or…
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Books that Came My Way in August 2018

This is my monthly roundup of books that arrived on my shelves in August. I also share a bit of what’s been going on in our family’s lives as well. We have officially had two weeks of school. Patrick is all settled in at college and the homework has begun. We are already in the…
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Children’s Book Review: Who Eats Orange? By Dianne White

WHO EATS ORANGE? By: Dianne White Illustrated by: Robin Page Published: August 14, 2018 Publisher: Beach Lane Books Non-Fiction   Combine teaching your toddler their colors along with healthy eating in this unique book featuring all kinds of animals. Taking the reader through all the colors of the rainbow, the book asks who eats what…
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Children’s Book Review: It’s Show and Tell, Dexter! By Lindsay Ward

IT’S SHOW AND TELL, DEXTER! A Dexter T. Rexter Book By: Lindsay Ward Illustrated by: Lindsay Ward Published: July 17, 2018 Publisher: Two Lions Fiction/Picture Book   I don’t remember show and tell day from when I was a kid, but I do remember it as a parent. It is a stressful day and night…
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Children’s Book Review: What If Everybody Said That? by Ellen Javernick

WHAT IF EVERYBODY SAID THAT? By: Ellen Javernick Illustrated by: Colleen Madden Published: August 1, 2018 Publisher: Two Lions Fiction   As the school year is about to begin here, this book is an excellent reminder of how we should treat others and how we want to be treated. No one likes to be left…
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