Children’s books

Children’s Book Review: Animals and The Human Body – Lens Books

ANIMALS A Lens Book By: Valentina Facci Translated by: Sally-Ann Delvino Illustrated by: Alberto Borgo Published: May 1, 2018 Publisher: Running Press Kids Non-Fiction   See inside the animals with a unique 3D lens. Each color of the lens shows a different perspective of the workings inside our favorite animals including vertebrates and invertebrates, mammals,…
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Children’s Book Review: I Got A Chicken for My Birthday By: Laura Gehl

I GOT A CHICKEN FOR MY BIRTHDAY By: Laura Gehl Illustrated by: Sarah Horne Published: March 1, 2018 Publisher: Carolrhoda Books – Lerner Publishing Fiction   Laura Gehl is the author of the popular PEEP AND EGG series. When I saw she had written about getting a chicken as a birthday present I knew I…
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Books that Came My Way in June 2018

  This is my monthly roundup of books that arrived on my shelves in June. I also share a bit of what’s been going on in our family’s lives as well. I can’t believe we are in the month of July already. 2018 is half over and summer will be gone in a blink of…
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Children’s Book Review: Yoga Frog By Nora Carpenter

YOGA FROG By: Nora Carpenter Illustrated by: Mark Chambers Published: May 29, 2018 Publisher: Running Press Kids Non-Fiction   Yoga is an activity that can be done by anyone of any age and in any kind of athletic shape. It has been proven to help with balance, muscle strength, flexibility, headaches, and stress.  I have…
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Children’s Book Review: Adventures in Science – The Human Body By Courtney Acampora

ADVENTURES IN SCIENCE The Human Body By: Courtney Acampora Published: December 12, 2017 Publisher: Silver Dolphin Books Non-Fiction/Activity Kit Stop the summer slide and keep kids excited to learn about science by teaching them about our amazing human body. This kit is more than just a boring book. Besides the book, there is a poster…
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Children’s Book Review: History’s Mysteries By Kitson Jazynka – Summer Read-to-Learn Series

HISTORY’S MYSTERIES Curious Clues, Cold Cases, and Puzzles from the Past By: Kitson Jazynka Published: October 17, 2017 Publisher: National Geographic Kis Non-Fiction National Geographic has taken some of the biggest mysteries in the history of our world and dug deeper into what may or may not have happened. Think Stonehenge, Amelia Earhart, the Yeti, and…
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Children’s Book Review: Pink is for Boys By Robb Pearlman – Summer Read-to-Learn Series

PINK IS FOR BOYS By: Robb Pearlman Illustrated by: Eda Kaban Published: June 5, 2016 Publisher: Running Press Kids Fiction Your gender doesn’t have to dictate what colors you like. Both of our sons enjoy wearing pink dress shirts or vibrant colored ties. Girls are allowed to choose any color as a favorite, but if…
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Books that Came in May 2018

This is my monthly roundup of books that arrived on my shelves in May. I also share a bit of what’s been going on in our family’s lives as well. I am beyond excited for summer and to read again as May was a bit busy for us. Holy moly! I never thought I would…
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Children’s Book Review: Colorama By Cruschiform – Summer Read-to-Learn Series

COLORAMA From Fuchsia to Midnight Blue By: Cruschiform Published: March 20, 2018 Publisher: Prestel Non-Fiction One of the first things you teach a young child is color. You point out the grass and the sky and the ball explaining the color and asking your child to then define items by color. This thick book takes…
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Children’s Book Review: Snail Mail By Samantha Berger

SNAIL MAIL By: Samantha Berger Illustrated by: Julia Patton Published: May 1, 2018 Publisher: Running Press Kids Fiction Nothing says “Love” like a hand-written letter. That is the premise of SNAIL MAIL. A lot of love and heart is put into the writing and sending of letters. When was the last time you wrote or…
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