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BCC - The Boxcar Children - Book Review
The Boxcar Children, is the first book in the Boxcar Children mystery books. It's a great chapter book which will pull you into their adventures and may keep your child reading all summer.
American Indian Youth Literature Award
The American Indian Youth Literature Award (AIYLA) was created as a way to identify and honor the very best writing and illustrations by and about American Indians.
365 Simple Science Experiments - Book Review
Have some fun this summer. Use everyday materials to have fun and learn while doing science experiments.
What Should I Read Now
As children grow up their reading choices change. Sometimes, they see what their friends are reading and think they should read that “certain” book. Sometimes, their interests just change. And sometimes, they aren’t really sure what they want to read.
A Season of Comebacks - Book Review
Molly Burrows is a ten-year-old living in the shadow of her older sister – the famous, amazing Allie!
Too Safe for Strangers
In the book, Bobby and Mandee share information about bad strangers and how to be safe. Reading this book with your children, and learning the techniques in this book can foil an abduction attempt and save your child’s life.
Custer's Last Battle - Book Review
What really happened on June 25, 1876 at the Battle of Little Bighorn?
BCC - List of the Boxcar Children Mysteries 1-19
Here is a list of The Boxcar Children Mystery books 1-19. The Boxcar Children Mystery books are also known as the Alden Family Mystery books, too.
Too Smart for Bullies
Bobbie and Mandee are the main characters in the book and are also a brother and sister. In the book, Bobby and Mandee share information about bad bullies and how to be ready and stay safe.
Amelia Earhart - Sky Pioneer
She forged the way for women in aviation stating “Women should do for themselves what men have already done.” She encouraged women toward greater individuality, liberation and freedom of thought and action!
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