Children’s books

Children’s Book Review: Preschool Activity Books

Two activity workbooks for preschool to lower-elementary-aged kids full of fun activities for learning and preparing for school.
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Children’s Book Review: Something is Bugging Samantha Hansen by Nancy Viau

Samantha Hansen is a spunky ten-year-old who loves science. Her latest mission is to save the local bee farm.
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Children’s Book Review: Mindfulness for Kids by Carole P. Roman and J. Robin Albertson-Wren

Activities or breathing exercises are described to help kids when they are feeling anxious, scared, or angry at home or school. Written for kids with realistic examples.
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Children’s Book Review: Surprising Stories Behind Everyday Stuff by Stephanie Warren Drimmer

Interesting facts and history on items we use everyday packaged in a little book that kids and grown-ups will enjoy!
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Children’s Book Review: Brain Candy by Julie Beer and Chelsea Lin

Grow your child's brain with these bite-sized fun facts on all kinds of topics.
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Children’s Book Review: Naughty Ninja Takes a Bath by Todd Tarpley

Will loves being a ninja, but that also means he gets dirty. When it's time to take a bath, his imagination takes over and all kinds of silliness occurs.
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Favorite Books of 2019

A list of my favorite books from 2019 including fiction, non-fiction, and children's books.
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Children’s Book Review: All Around Bustletown Winter by Rotraut Susanne Berner

A seek and find type of book with no words, just detailed illustrations to keep kids interested time and time again.
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Books that Came My Way in November 2019

A round-up of all the books that were added to my shelves in November 2019 including fiction, nonfiction, and children's books.
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Children’s Book Review: Santa’s Story by Will Hillenbrand

Santa can round up the reindeer to head out for their biggest night of the year until he remembers that it's time for storytime.
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