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Solving the Mysteries of Stonehenge - Review
Stonehenge is a great stone circle in Southwestern England. It is one of the most famous ancient monuments and also one of the most mysterious.
Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch – Book Review
Mr. Hatch is a quiet man who doesn’t smile. He works in a shoelace factory and eats his lunch all alone. Do you know someone who feels all alone?
Spot - Popular Titles and Books
The golden puppy with the large brown spots is so adorable that kids want to hug him. The Spot popular titles and books are for children five-years-old and younger.
Spot - Basic Concepts Books
Spot is a yellow puppy with brown spots! Join him on his adventures...
Summer Fun at the Library
Libraries aren’t just for checking out books. Stop by your library to pick up some summer reading, but also to check out the fun activities. You might be surprised at the different activities available!
The Acorn People - Book Review
Can acceptance change the way we feel about differences? A true story about a group of disabled children who get to experience summer camp, and the positive growth for all; the children, the counselors and all those involved.
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 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 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.
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