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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: 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: 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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Children’s Book Review: The Lovely Haze of Baby Days by Lindsay Kellar-Madsen

A board book celebrating motherhood. It's message is for the baby as much as it is for the mom, a reminder that motherhood isn't easy, but it is so worth it.
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Children’s Book Review: Love Can Come in Many Ways by Terry Pierce – World Read Aloud Day

A sweet board book that shows how easy it is to share love with others.
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Children’s Halloween Books: The Scary Book by Thierry Dedieu

A fun but scary Halloween book featuring animals and the things they eat.
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Children’s Halloween Books: Whose Bones? by Gabrielle Balkan

A fun board book for guessing animals by their skeletons and then folding out the page to see the animal in true form.
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Children’s Book Review: Our World by Sue Lowell Gallion – Summer Read-to-Learn

An educational board book that folds out into a globe. It teaches about our world in an approachable way for 2-5 year-olds with more content for them as they are ready to learn more.
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Children’s Book Review: Will You Be Friends with Me? by Kathleen Long Bostrom – Summer Read-to-Learn

A board book teaching the youngest children about acceptance and kindness among all their friends...no matter their differences.
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