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The Animals of Farmer Jones – Book Review
Where is Farmer Jones? The animals are very hungry and he is nowhere to be found, and they want to know where he is. A Little Golden Book Classic.
The Berenstain Bears and the Sitter – Book Review
There’s an important meeting at the town hall and Mama and Papa Bear need to go to it. So are Gramps and Gran so who will stay with the cubs? Just anyone won’t do…
The Berenstain Bears’ New Baby – Book Review
Deep in Bear Country lives a family of bears. There is Papa Bear, Mama Bear and Small Bear. They live in a hollow tree that Papa Bear made into a nice house. Small Bear is very happy with his life.
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.
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?
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.
The Chronicles of Narnia Books
The Chronicles of Narnia books can be read in chronological order or by the year published. Share these adventure novels with the young readers in your lives.
The Code and Cipher Book- Review
This book can help you keep almost everything secret. There are more than twenty-five different ways to speak, flash, whistle, whittle and embroider secret messages. Great for Cub Scouts and others wanting to learn codes.
The Family Tree Book
Kids are usually bursting with questions about their family history. They want to know details! They want to know stories? They want to know facts!Some questions you may have to help them answer are: • Who are my ancestors? • What nationalities were they? • What work did they do?
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.
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