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The Little Engine That Could - Book Review
This book is a newly illustrated edition of the most popular and famous children’s book of all time.

The Ghost of Windy Hill – Book Review
An ordinary family, but one that doesn’t believe in ghosts and aren’t afraid to go live in a house that is reportedly haunted. In fact, they have done it several times.

American Girls - Meet the American Girls
Meet the American Girls: Kaya 1764, Caroline 1812, Josefina 1924, Marie-Grace and Cécile 1853, Addy 1864, Rebecca 1864, Kit & Ruthie 1934, Molly & Emily 1944, Julie and Ivy 1974 - historical young women!

The Poky Little Puppy – Book Review
Join the five little puppies that dug a hole under the fence and escape out into the wide, wide world.

Food in the Library?
Library time is much more that just checking out a book - it has become more interactive. It's time to sample some yummy foods.

Mr. Tumnus
Mr. Tumnus is a Faun in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Lucy meets Tumnus when she wanders into Narnia. When you read The Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe you will find out more about Lucy's friend Mr. Tumnus.

The Magic of a Library Card
Every child should get their own library card as soon as they possibly can. If they can print their own name they need a card and a book bag.

How the Zebra Got its Stripes – Book Review
Or Why Lions Roar. Stories and pictures by the children of Kenya.

The Children’s Books Newsletter
Sign up for the free Children’s Books Newsletter and receive a weekly update of books reviewed. I hope this newsletter will provide you with tools and inspiration, food for thought, and some ideas and help to get your child reading. I will send out a newsletter every Monday.

Lucy Pevensie
It is Lucy Pevensie who discovers the wardrobe which is the portal to Narnia. She is the youngest of the four Pevensive children in C. S. Lewis' The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.

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