Children’s Book Review: Alone! by Barry Falls

Billy McGill likes to be alone in his house on the hill. Until one day he hears a noise and nothing is ever the same in his tiny house on the hill again.
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Children’s Book Review: Feel Like Eggs by Jeff Goodman

Using various ways to eat eggs is a fun, yet realistic concept for kids to connect with and identify their emotions.
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Children’s Book Review: Space Encyclopedia by David A. Aguilar

All things outer space are collected in the book featuring amazing photography and illustrations, charts and graphic, information boxes, fun facts, and of course, fun space jokes.
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Book Review: The Beginner’s Guide to Chicken Breeds by Amber Bradshaw

This is THE guide to those interested in starting to raise chickens either for eggs, meat, breeding, or even as pets.
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Children’s Book Review: Great Rivers of the World by Volker Mehnert

Explore 18 of the most important rivers of the world and learn their importance to the communities they travel through.
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Children’s Book Reviews: The Last Tree by Emily Haworth-Booth

A village of friends decide to make their home in the forrest and eventually cut down all the trees to make their lives more comfortable. What they find out is life is worse, without the trees.
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Children’s Book Review: Little Dandelion Seeds the World by Julia Richardson

Celebrate Spring's arrival by taking a journey across the Earth with dandelion seeds and find how they travel and grow on all seven continents.
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Children’s Book Review: While You’re Sleeping by Mick Jackson

While your child sleeps, there is a whole world that is still awake and must be for our world to function. Read this book at bedtime to help your child understand what goes one while you're sleeping.
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Book Review: Summer Brother by Jaap Robben

A summer adventure between two brothers that has trouble written all over it.
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Children’s Book Review: Sleep, Cat, Sleep! by Antje Damm

Cat just wants to sleep, but by turning the pages, he is being kept awake. Kids will find it silly and fun to read before bedtime.
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