Children’s books

Children’s Book Review: A Dive into the Blue by Ellie Huynh

A young girl is afraid to dive into the blue water of the pool. Her imagination helps her see maybe the blue water isn't scary.
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Juvenile Fiction Book Reviews: Audrey L & Audrey W series by Carter Higgins

Two second-grade Audreys battle friendship, mishaps, and mistakes in the juvenile fiction series perfect for readers ready for chapter books.
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Summer Read-to-Learn: We Are One by Jackie Azúa Kramer

Two girls from different backgrounds come together at a lantern festival and realize we are all one community.
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Books that Came My Way in May 2023

All the books added to my shelves in May 2023 including fiction, nonfiction, and children's books.
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Children’s Book Review: Mia and Nattie One Greta Team! by Marlene M. Bell

Mia finds Nattie the newborn lamb in the barn and brings her inside to feed her until she gets bigger. Nattie doesn't grow much but she can offer something else on the farm that is just as important.
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Children’s Book Review: Turkey’s Sandtastic Beach Day by Wendi Silvano

Turkey just wants his own sandtastic beach day and will do about anything for some time on the beach.
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Children’s Book Review: A Beetle is Shy & A Shell is Cozy by Dianna Hutts Aston

Learn all about beetles and shells in the best-selling series by Diana Hutts Aston and Slyvia Long.
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Children’s Book Review: Some of These Are Snails by Carter Higgins

Some of These Are Snails teaches babies to preschoolers are shapes, colors, and comparing concepts like most, many, and some.
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Children’s Book Review: Life in the Doghouse – Finn and the Feline Frenemy by Danny Robertshaw & Ron Danta

Finn and Rusty are now roommates but not necessarily friends, even though they both only have 3 legs. Find out how they come to a compromise to be friends instead of enemies.
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Children’s Book Review: Finding Calm in Nature by Jennifer Grant

Finding Calm in Nature will help kids create ways to feel less anxious or dealing with difficult things.
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Stacie's read-in-2022 book montage

Master Your Core: A Science-Based Guide to Achieve Peak Performance and Resilience to Injury
Hidden Figures
Personal Effects: What Recovering the Dead Teaches Me About Caring for the Living
Waiting for Tom Hanks
The Maid
The Other Black Girl
Anxious People
The Body
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Apples Never Fall
Love & Saffron: A Novel of Friendship, Food, and Love
Love and Other Consolation Prizes
The Vanishing Half
How to Find Your Way Home
People We Meet on Vacation
Last Summer at the Golden Hotel
Dear Evan Hansen
The Unsinkable Greta James
The Road We Took

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