Children’s Book Review: Mona Lisa in New York by Yevgenia Nayberg

Mona Lisa slips out of the frame to take a journey around NYC. She meets and friend that teaches her about herself and the city.
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Children’s Book Review: Eat Up, Bear! by Terry Pierce

Prepare the littlest campers for safe camping with this sweet board book. Don't let those bears eat your food!
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Children’s Book Review: Hello, Rain! by Kyo Maclear

This picture book shares the joy of a good rainstorm, both outside, splashing in a puddle and inside curled up with a book.
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Book Review: The Paris Library by Janet Skeslien Charles

Book lovers and historical fiction fans unite in a book that celebrates libraries, books, relationships, and hope. This novel is based on real people that risked their own lives to keep the American Library in Paris open during WWII. These librarians and volunteers made sure books were still in the hands of readers no matter what.
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Children’s Book Review: Pie for Breakfast by Cynthia Cliff

This book offers an opportunity to bake new and delicious recipes with your child.
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Children’s Book Review: Can I Sit with You? by Sarah Jacoby

A young girl grows up along with her dog, who is always there, waiting for her...loyal and true.
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Children’s Book Review: How Big is Baby? by Kirsten Hall

An interactive lift-the-flap book for a mom and sibling to watch and learn about the growing baby all through the pregnancy.
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Books that Came My Way in March 2021

A round-up of book that were added to my bookshelves in March including fiction, nonfiction, and children's books.
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Children’s Book Review: Julius and Macy by Annelouise Mahoney – Plus a GIVEAWAY!

Two night-time friends set out on a mission to find the Night Goblin who stole their snacks. They are surprised who they find!
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Children’s Book Review: Planes by Jan Van Der Veken

Future aviators will find the history, design, and science of flying fascinating. This book is perfect for middle-grade readers.
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