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Children’s Book Review: Kat and Juju by Kataneh Vahdani

A shy child is brought out of her shell by a bird friend who can't wait to explore their world.
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Children’s Book Review: Lulu the One and Only by Lynnette Mawhinney – Summer Read-to-Learn

Lulu is frustrated by always being asked to define what she is. This book offers an awesome opportunity to start the conversations with some of your youngest kids about racism and loving everyone.
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Children’s Book Review: The Nuff by Veronica Waldrop

A mother's legacy to her two daughter that they are beautiful, strong, brave, and enough, a NUFF!
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Children’s Book Review: My Name is Wakawakaloch! By: Chana Stiefel

A cavegirl is frustrated because kids and adults are always messing up her name. She just wants a simple name that can be found on a t-shirt like her other friends.
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Children’s Book Review: Have I Ever Told You? By Shani King

HAVE I EVER TOLD YOU? By: Shani King Illustrated by: Anna Horvath Published: January 8, 2019 Publisher: Tilbury House Publishers Non-Fiction   One of the most important things you can say to your child is “I love you.” But even more than that, telling your child you support them, you encourage them, and you believe…
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Children’s Book Review: Shimmer the Glowworm Finds Her Glow By Shelby Herman

SHIMMER THE GLOWWORM FINDS HER GLOW By: Shelby Herman Illustrated by Natalie Kelly Published: October 3, 2014 Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform Fiction Shimmer is one of many glowworms who live a cave in the woods. But her glow is much lighter than all the other glowworms, so she tends to keep to herself. She…
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