fiction

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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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: 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 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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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: Let’s Pop, Pop, Popcorn! by Cynthia Schumerth

Kids can learn the fun of growing and then finally eating popcorn!
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Children’s Book Review: The Greatest Show Penguin by Lucy Freegard

Poppy the penguin has always been part of the performers in her circus family. But, she doesn't enjoy it. After taking a break, she realizes just what might be the best job for her.
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