Children’s books

Children’s Book Review: The Snow Dancer by Addie Boswell

The magic of a snow day in the eyes of a young dancer.
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Children’s Book Review: The Worst Christmas Ever by Kathleen Long Bostrom

Matthew can't imagine having a proper Christmas in California. Then life gets even worse when his dog runs away. Will there be a miracle on Christmas night for Matthew?
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#NonFicNov – Spies, Lies, and Disguise by Jennifer Swanson

Fascinating stories of WWII heroes that risked their lives to help the resistance.
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#NonFicNov – National Geographic Kids United States Atlas for Big and Little Kids

United States Atlases for beginners as well as middle-grade learners full of maps, facts, and great learning opportunities.
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#NonFicNov – Pounce and Fetch from National Geographic Children’s Books

Training cats and dogs can be fun for for the whole family and help teach patience, firmness, and kindness. Make kids part of the process with these books.
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#NonFicNov – National Geographic Kids Almanac 2021

National Geographic's Almanac 2021 for kids is full of fascinating facts and events worth remembering and learning about.
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Books that Came My Way in October 2020

My monthly round-up of books that were added to my shelves including children's and adult books, fiction and non-fiction.
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Children’s Book Review: Claris Holiday Heist by Megan Hess

Claris the mouse is on a holiday adventure in New York City full of fashion, shopping, and catching a thief.
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Children’s Book Review: The Awesome Things I Love by Vincent Kelly

A young boy shares all the things he loves throughout his day!
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Children’s Book Review: School by Britta Teckentrup

A peek behind the scenes in the day of some students' lives at school. Some are bullied, some are struggling to fit in, and others just want to be a friend.
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