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The Jolly Christmas Postman
The Jolly Christmas Postman by Janet and Allan Ahlberg is a wonderful Christmas picture book to make the children Christmas season sparkle! (ages 4-8) Christmas Books.

The Knight at Dawn #2
Jack and Annie travel back in time to the realm of knights and have the chance to explore a medieval castle. They find hidden passages and gather another clue.

The Life and Times of Clara Barton - Book Review
Clara Barton was known as the Angel of the Battlefield. At that time in history, (the eighteenth century) a woman was expected to marry. Clara Barton defied these conventions. She didn’t marry, was educated and worked. She did a man’s job and demanded a man’s wage.

The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe
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 Little Engine That Could - Book Review
This book is a newly illustrated edition of the most popular and famous children’s book of all time.

The Magic of a Library Card
Every child should get their own library card as soon as they possibly can. If they can print their own name they need a card and a book bag. PLAN TO GO OFTEN!

The Mysteries of the Loch Ness Monster – Review
For hundreds of years people have wondered about the Loch Ness Monster. They still wonder if a giant monster is even now lurking in the depths of a Scottish lake.

The Mystery at Skeleton Point - book review
The Boxcar Children are the young detectives in The Mystery at Skeleton Point. Join the Alden brothers and sisters as they solve the mystery at Skeleton Point.

The New House in the Forest - Book Review
The Jenks family wants to build a new home, but each has a different idea about where their new house should be built: near town, near electricity, near running water, or near where the animals live.

The Old Woman Who Named Things – Book Review
An old woman has outlived all her friends so she names her belongings to keep from getting lonely.

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