Friendship

Children’s Book Review: Can I Sit with You? by Sarah Jacoby

A young girl grows up along with her dog, who is always there, waiting for her...loyal and true.
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Children’s Book Review: Julius and Macy by Annelouise Mahoney – Plus a GIVEAWAY!

Two night-time friends set out on a mission to find the Night Goblin who stole their snacks. They are surprised who they find!
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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: Little Cat Feels Left Out by Dori Durbin

Little Cat and Dog are the best of friends until Mr. Fuzzby tries to take Little Cat's place. Can two friends become three in their friendship?
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Children’s Book Review: Scooper and Dumper by Lindsay Ward

SCOOPER AND DUMPER are the best of friends and work together to help their town. When a snowstorm hits and Dumper doesn't return, Scooper will have to be brave and head out to find Dumper.
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Children’s Book Review: School by Britta Teckentrup

A peek behind the scenes in the day of some students' lives at school. Some are bullied, some are struggling to fit in, and others just want to be a friend.
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Books that Came My Way in July 2020

A roundup of all the books that were added to my shelves in July 2020 including fiction, nonfiction, and children's books.
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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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Children’s Book Review: Lulu the One and Only by Lynnette Mawhinney – Summer Read-to-Learn

Lulu is frustrated by always being asked to define what she is. This book offers an awesome opportunity to start the conversations with some of your youngest kids about racism and loving everyone.
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Children’s Book Review: It is (Not) Perfect by Anna Kang

Two friends find that the sandcastle they built isn't quite perfect. They get plenty of opinions from friends about what will make their castle perfect.
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