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Verdi - Book Review
A beautiful picture book about Verdi, a hatchling python. Verdi is always interrupting and always fidgeting and makes the other snakes nervous.

Passport on a Plate - Book Review
Travel around the world with this tantalizing collection of easy-to-follow recipes. You can check out twelve different countries or regions of the world with traditional dishes from each.

List of Magic Tree House Books
List of Magic Tree House books. Enjoy time with Annie and Jack traveling to the past or the future.

Corduroy - Don Freeman - Classic Books
My favorite Don Freeman books are the Corduroy Books. But he also wrote about Earl the Squirrel, Hattie the Backstage Bat, Joeys' Cat Manuelo the Praying Mantis, and many more.

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.

Never Say a Mean Word Again - Book Review
How to neutralize an enemy? This is the question solved by the young boys in this story.

High Tide In Hawaii #28
High Tide in Hawaii is book # 28 in the Magic Tree House series by Mary Pope Osborne. Travel with them to Hawaii.

The Scariest Day Ever . . . So Far – Book Review
Friday is a Cat… A Scaredy Cat! Friday faces his fears of new things in this book. It’s a good story for Halloween, but has a good message that can be used anytime to help those who are nervous or fearful.

Kindle Paperwhite
A few years ago I would have said that to buy a kindle for a child was a waste of money and a bad idea. I have changed my mind after doing some personal research.

Tragic History of JA Internment Camps- Review
This book covers the tragic history of the Japanese-American in Internment Camps. It relates details about when and how they became prisoners in their own country.

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