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Tragic History of JA Internment Camps- Review
This book covers the tragic history of the Japanese-American in Internment Camps. It relates details about when and how they became prisoners in their own country.

Doodle Monster - Book Review
The ultimate doodle book to keep a child actively engaged and yet quiet.

Everyone Prays - Book Review
This book is a wonderful introduction to world religions and the culture of prayer. People from other places and cultures may seem different, but we may all share the diversity of our faith.

Judy Moody - Goes to College
Judy Moody Goes to College Book #8 in the Judy Moody series. Third grader Judy Moody has some college adventures.

Bob’s Birthday – Book Review
Wendy has a great idea for a surprise on Bob’s birthday. “Let’s just pretend it’s just an ordinary day and surprise him with a party tonight!”

Afternoon on the Amazon #6
Afternoon on the Amazon Magic Tree House Book is one of many children adventure books by Mary Pope Osborne. Join Jack and Annie in the Amazon Rain Forest.

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?

Jungle Tales - Book Review
Although this book was originally written and published in 1918 by Horacio Quiroga (1878-1937), this edition of the book was translated to English by Jeff Zorrilla.

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.

Sly the Sleuth - Mystery Series
Sly the Sleuth Mystery series are early chapter books. The young girl helps to solve mysteries involving her neighbors and friends. These are enjoyable for ages four to eight but can be read and enjoyed by others as well.

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