Wednesday, February 22, 2017

I Don't Want a Rabbit Book Review

I Don't Want a Rabbit shows how hard it can be to accept a new furry friend after losing a much loved pet.I Don't Want a Rabbit

Ingrid Prins (author)
Jelena Brezovec (illustrator)
Clavis
Children’s Fiction, Picture Book

Publication Date: February 14, 2017


Even though his mom and dad think it's a good idea to get a new rabbit, Timothy is simply not ready. He doesn't not want a rabbit! But the next morning, what shows up on the front door? A new rabbit! Despite all his efforts, the new rabbit sneaks into Timothy's house and his heart.

I Don't Want a Rabbit shows how hard it can be to accept a new furry friend after losing a much loved pet.

If you’re interested in reading I Don't Want a Rabbit, you can purchase a copy here on Amazon


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Monday, February 20, 2017

Can You Find My Robot's Arm? Book Review

Can You Find My Robot's Arm? - When a robot loses his arm, the search is on. If the arm can't be found, what can be used as an arm instead? A broom? A leaf? Scissors?Can You Find My Robot's Arm?

Chihiro Takeuchi (Author, Illustrator)
Tundra Books
Children’s Fiction, Picture Book

Publication Date: July 4, 2017


When a robot loses his arm, the search is on. If the arm can't be found, what can be used as an arm instead? A broom? A leaf? Scissors?

Can You Find My Robot's Arm? is a simple story with a funny ending. The high contrast, minimalist illustrations drive an otherwise plain story forward.

If you’re interested in reading Can You Find My Robot's Arm?, you can purchase a copy here on Amazon


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Quotes of the Week

Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body. - Joseph Addison

Friday, February 17, 2017

The List Book Review

The List by Patricia Forde - A powerful middle grades novel about the dangers of limiting language and speech. The List

Patricia Forde
SOURCEBOOKS Jabberwocky
Middle Grades, Fiction, Sci-Fi

Publication Date: August 1, 2017


A powerful middle grades novel about the dangers of limiting language and speech.

Letta is a wordsmith in the city of Ark, a community created after the apocalyptic Melting. As the wordsmith, Letta and her master Benjamin control the List, the 500 words approved for use. While other are constrained to the List, as wordsmiths Letta and Benjamin also help archive all known and found words to ensure they are not used.

While the city of Ark is a safe-haven from the wild forest beyond, some known as the Desecrators aim to destroy it. When Benjamin suddenly dies, Letta is launched into the position of head wordsmith and runs into a plot to suppress the language of Ark even more. Letta must fight to save language and communication as we know it.

If you’re interested in reading The List, you can purchase a copy here on Amazon.  



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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Little Kangaroo Book Review

Separating from your mom can be difficult and Little Kangaroo is all too comfortable in her mother's pouch. That pouch has everything she needs. It's warm. It's safe. It has milk. And try as much as she can, Mother Kangaroo simply cannot get Little Kangaroo out.  Little Kangaroo is a great story about separation anxiety and gently letting go. A fun and helpful read for young kids.Little Kangaroo

Guido van Genechten (Author, Illustrator)
Clavis Books
Children’s Fiction, Picture Book

Publication Date: June 13, 2017


Separating from your mom can be difficult and Little Kangaroo is all too comfortable in her mother's pouch. That pouch has everything she needs. It's warm. It's safe. It has milk. And try as much as she can, Mother Kangaroo simply cannot get Little Kangaroo out.

Little Kangaroo is a great story about separation anxiety and gently letting go. A fun and helpful read for young kids.

If you’re interested in reading Little Kangaroo, you can purchase a copy here on Amazon


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