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Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year is the longest and most important celebration in the Chinese calendar. Books to help learn about Chinese New Year... Learn about the Dragon Dance, A New Year's Reunion, and the how and why of preparing the home and family to bring in the new year.
Chang’s Paper Pony – Book Review
“If only I had a pony I wouldn’t be lonely” Chang tells his grandfather. "Next year the miners will bring their family and then you won’t be lonely."
Crafts from the Past – The Egyptians- Book Review
Are you studying Egypt in school right now? This book will help you understand and appreciate the beauty and priceless relics from Egypt.By following the instructions you can make elegant objects based on many different Egyptian artifacts.
Silly Celebrations - Book Review
Activities for the strangest holidays you've never heard of! Get ready for a year of funny fun. Plan ahead and enjoy celebrating some crazy events.
By the Shores of Silver Lake - Book Review
Part of the Little House on the Prairie series. Follow Laura's childhood adventures in a railroad camp. "Little House on the Prairie" was my very favorite book set when I was in 5th grade.
Beauty Day Book Review
Fancy Nancy – Ooh La La! It’s a Beauty Day - Fancy Nancy wants to fancy her Mom up for her birthday and decides to treat her mom to a super-deluxe beauty day. A pampering paradise right in their own back yard, but will it be a success?
Build It with Boxes - Book Review
This book has projects for two different kinds of boxes – the large, sturdy kind that a fridge or washing machine might come in, and the other light cardboard box such as a Kleenex or cereal box.
List of the Tales from the Odyssey
Mary Pope Osborne writes the Tales from the Odyssey based on Homer's The Odyssey. The six books in the list of the Tales from the Odysssey introduces children (ages: 9-12) to the characters Odysseus meets on his homeward voyage from the Trojan War. Mythology.
Juvenile Detective, Espionage & Mystery Books
Juvenile Detective, Espionage and Mystery Books are so riveting, kids do not want to stop reading. A list to get the young detective, boy and girl, searching for clues.
The Old Woman Who Named Things – Book Review
An old woman has outlived all her friends so she names her belongings to keep from getting lonely.
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