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Children’s Book Week is celebrated the week before Thanksgiving. A fun activity with your children is to help them make their own books to celebrate the week.
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.
Magic School Bus - Butterfly and Bog Beast
It’s just six hours before the biggest soccer game of the year and the team hasn’t even chosen a mascot. One of the girls suggest “the butterflies” for their team name, but no one else wants that as they think it sounds too soft and not a bit scary. Then another suggests the name “the bog beasts”.
The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe - Book Review
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a favorite of millions all over the world. Join the Pevensie siblings and enter the world of Narnia.
The Candy Shop Wars – Book Review
What if a new candy shop moved in to your small town? What if the candy was magic? Would you do anything to get some?
Haunted Castle On Hallows Eve- Book Review
Merlin sends Jack and Annie on a mission, their task is to restore order to a duke's castle after making it through a tunnel of fear on Hallows Eve.
Pinkalicious and the Pink Pumpkin - Book Review
Everyone knows that to keep Pinkalicious happy --- everything needs to be pink. But can she find a pink pumpkin?
Day of the Dead – Book Review
The Days of the Dead are a time to remember those who have died. Families decorate graves and prepare for a celebration. Picnicking with dead relatives is one way many Mexicans celebrate a sacred holiday called Los Dias de los Muertos.
Magic School Bus to the Artic
Ms. Frizzle is the weirdest teacher in the school. And weird things are always happening, but right now everything is getting too cold. Even the hot chocolate in the cafeteria gets cold before the kids can drink it. So, when the kids all ask “where did all the hot go?” Ms. Frizz is ready to take
Ghost Town at Sundown, Magic Tree House Book #10
Travel to the Wild West with Jack and Annie. You can spend time with them as they battle horse thieves, meet a kindly cowboy and get some help from a mysterious ghost.
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