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Book Review: Shine!

Book Review: Shine!

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Most of us have wished upon a star for something that seems out of reach, but when you’re a little sea star and what you…
Book Review: This Book Is Magic by Ashley Evanson

Book Review: This Book Is Magic by Ashley Evanson

Some books are so fun to read with little kids it’s like magic! This Book is Magic created by Ashley Evanson, is an adorable, interactive picture book that will definitely amaze pre-school kids and adults alike. The author and illustrator of the vivid and stylish Hello, World series, will completely astound you, and have your…

Book Review: Shmelf The Hanukkah Elf

Book Review: Shmelf The Hanukkah Elf

How do you explain to children who believe in Santa Clause why some of their friends miss out on gifts from Saint Nick? How do you bring alive the magic of Hanukkah to both Jewish children and their non-Jewish pals? What about families that celebrate both holiday traditions? Written by Greg Wolfe and illustrated by…

Book Review: Penguin Problems

Book Review: Penguin Problems

Problems, we all have them, and in today’s social landscape it’s all too easy to fall into the habit of complaining as a way to both stand apart from the crowd and bond in collective misery. It’s only human to be disagreeable, or is it? {pages} a bookstore presents Penguin Problems, a collaboration from author…

Book Review: Kid Artist: True Tales of Childhood

Book Review: Kid Artist: True Tales of Childhood

Summer is when young readers’ creative juices are high. It’s a time when pillow forts are mandatory, art classes abound, and reading is for pleasure. All month {pages} a bookstore is celebrating that creativity by featuring Kid Artists: True Tales of Childhood, the third collaboration of the popular non-fiction middle grade series from author David…