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Tootle – Book Review
The village of Lower Trainswitch is where all the baby locomotives go to learn to be big locomotives. They try to call out the long, sad ToooOooot of the big locomotives, but can only do a little Tootle.
Dolphins at Daybreak, Magic Tree House #9
When Jack and Annie travel in the Magic Tree House this time they end up in the middle of the ocean. It’s lucky for them that they find a mini-submarine to explore the coral reef, but they have some bad luck with the mini-sub.
Wendy’s Big Game – Book Review
Bob enrolls this team in the Brightest Building Yard competition and they need to clean up the yard by five o’clock. Wendy gets the team started and then takes Muck with her to work on the soccer field.
Dancing Dinos – Book Review
Dancing Dinos go to school. They want to learn to read the ABC’s. They want to learn to count 1, 2, 3. They want to make a mess with paint and glue. They are the Dancing Dinos.
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.
Amelia Bedelia – Book Review
Meet America’s favorite housekeeper! Follow her adventures on her very first day working for the Rogers as she literally changes their home in her efforts to follow directions.
Pirates Past Noon, Magic Tree House #4
Climb the ladder to the time of pirates. Will Jack and Annie find buried treasure? Or will they walk the plank? Join them on this adventure to the days of deserted islands and skull and crossbones flags.
Meet Samantha 1904 – Book Review
In 1904 young ladies wore dresses covered with frilly aprons, high button shoes and long stockings held up with garters. They are not allowed to climb trees, instead must spend time sewing.
Thank You Amelia Bedelia – Book Review
America’s favorite housekeeper is at it again! Follow her adventures as she prepares everything for the Rogers in anticipation of a visit from Great-Aunt Myra.
Who is Junie B. Jones?
Junie B. Jones is a spunky little kindergartener. She lets us into her life to meet her friends and those she doesn’t like. Sometimes her grammar is in question, and sometimes she doesn’t pronounce things quite right, but she will make you laugh and you will want to read just to see what she is up
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