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Books about Winter
The first day of winter is December 21st. You can read about winter all through the month of December and January to help get into the mood of the season.

Books to Help Children Learn to Count
Books to Help Children Learn to Count. Maisy's Amazing Big Book of Learning. I Like Bugs. Goodnight Moon 123. Learn with Lego. Youngsters Learn Early Math Concepts. Interactive Ideas to help Kids Learn Counting Skills.

Boston Globe Winners 2000
The Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards are among the most prestigious honors in the field of children’s and young adult literature. Winners are selected in three categories: Picture Book, Fiction and Poetry, and Nonfiction.

Boxcar Children - Boxed Set, Books 1-12
Join the Boxcar Children in their adventures. Each book in the series has a different story. Read along and enjoy the fun.

Boy Proof by Cecil Castellucci
The self-proclaimed High School nerd, Victoria Jurgen, retreats from the world. A new student reveals she has a lot to give and receive. Ages 13 & up. Young Adults Books. Cecil Castellucci Books.

Breakout! – Book Review
On an island in the middle of San Francisco Bay sits the toughest prison in the world – Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary. Is an escape possible?

BTP - Blast to the Past Books Series
Enjoy the Blast to the Past Books series. Each book uses humor and action to teach children about famous historical people. Available as paperback books early chapter books for elementary children/kids ages 6-8.

Buffalo before Breakfast #18
In Buffalo before Breakfast Magic Tree House Book #18 we go with Jack and Annie to the American West. They meet, Black Hawk, a ten-year-old Lakota boy.

Bugs - Kindle Review
Does your child have a kindle? Do you have the kindle app on your phone? Instead of letting them play a game on your phone - why not download some educational books and let them learn about the world?

Build It with Boxes - Book Review
This book has projects for two different kinds of boxes – the large, sturdy kind that a fridge or washing machine might come in, and the other light cardboard box such as a Kleenex or cereal box.

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