Children’s Book Week 2022: I Am Able to Shine by Korey Watari

A young Asian American girl is tired of being in the shadows and realizes she is able to shine.
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Children’s Book Week 2022: Weird but True! New York City

Weird but true facts, history, and photos makes learning all about New York City fun!
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Children’s Book Week 2022: Only One by Deborah Hopkinson

We are the only one who can change the course of damage to our planet Earth and one girl takes kids on a journey to make one small change.
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Children’s Book Week 2022: What Do You See? by Renata Bueno

What do you see? Toddlers will slide the magic picture finder to watch images appear and change in this interactive board book.
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Children’s Book Week 2022: Mushroom Rain by Laura K. Zimmerman

A mushroom rain is a cloud of spores whose droplets create more mushrooms. This book teaches kids all about the glorious world of mushrooms.
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Children’s Book Review: Together We Ride by Valerie Bolling

Together a dad and daughter set out for her very first bike ride.
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Children’s Book Review: Where the Wee Ones Go by Karen Jameson

Tuck in the endangered baby animals all over the world with this beautiful, dreamy lullaby.
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Children’s Book Review: The Ultimate Book of Water by Anne-Sophie Bauman and Arnaud Lemaistre

With over 60 interactive features, The Ultimate Book of Water makes learning about our greatest resource fun!
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Children’s Book Review: Too Many Pigs in the Pool by Wendy Hinote Lanier

Mr. Jenkins invites a friend to his pool which results in each day, more and more pigs enjoying his pool. This math story will create all kinds of giggles.
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Middle-Grade Book Review: Harvey and the Collection of Impossible Things by Garret Weyr

Harvey, a stray city cat, has to find a way to trust so he can have a forever home.
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