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#NonFicNov – National Geographic Kids Almanac 2021

National Geographic's Almanac 2021 for kids is full of fascinating facts and events worth remembering and learning about.
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Children’s Book Review: Claris Holiday Heist by Megan Hess

Claris the mouse is on a holiday adventure in New York City full of fashion, shopping, and catching a thief.
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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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Children’s Halloween Books: Weird but True! Halloween

Weird but True! books are full of fun facts, interesting tidbits, and of course, amazing photos all in bite-sized features. Don't miss this one all about Halloween!
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Children’s Halloween Books: The Monster in My Basement by Dave Preston

A young boy finds a monster hungry monster in his basement. Will he want to eat him for dinner or will there be something else on the menu?
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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: Don’t Read This Book Before Dinner by Anna Claybourne

All things gross and disgusting are featured in this book. Take the title advice and Don't Read this Book Before Dinner!
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Children’s Book Review: The Littlest Candle by Rabbis Kerry and Jesse Olitzky

The story of Hanukkah is shared through the candles who can't wait to help the family celebrate.
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Children’s Book Review: Nuestra America by Sabrina Vourvoulias

A compilation of thirty inspiring Latino/Latinas that kids can look up to from various backgrounds and careers.
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