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Across the Alley - Book Review
Willie and Abe are neighbors, but they don’t play together. Abe is Jewish and Willie is black.
Afternoon on the Amazon, Magic Tree House - review
Jack and Annie travel to South America in Afternoon on the Amazon. Join them on their adventure as they explore the Amazon Rain Forest in the 6th book in the Magic Tree House series.
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.
American Girl Magazine Review
A magazine for girls with a positive message.
Andy Shane and the Pumpkin Trick - Book Review
Andy Shane (a detective), and Dolores have their work cut out for them as they try to stop the Halloween tricksters.
Angie and Me – Book Review
Jenna’s mom thinks she has growing pains. But it's Juvenile Rheumatic Arthritis - and now the doctors are sending her to the hospital for the summer. I thought only old people get arthritis.
Bad Alphabet - Book Review
Lance the Lizard shows his bad behaviors - by watching what he does we can learn what not to do to make friends.
Balto – Book Review
Balto is the lead dog of his sled team. In the worst storm ever he is the only hope for the sick children miles away in Nome, Alaska.
Blast to the Past Books
Stacia Deutsch and Rhody Cohon write the Blast to the Past books. Each book uses humor and action to teach children (8-12) about famous historical people. King's Courage,Bell's Breaktrough,Washington's War,Betsy Ross's Star
Bob Saves the Porcupines – Book Review
While playing in the fields with Spud, Travis discovers something interesting. It’s a family of upside-down hairbrushes he says. Spud explains that they are actually porcupines.
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