Category: Novel Novice Junior

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Don’t Blink by Amy Krause Rosenthal & illus. by David Roberts

Don’t Blink by Amy Krause Rosenthal & illus. by David Roberts

Parents everywhere, rejoice. Don’t Blink by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and illustrated by David Roberts is the bedtime book that will trick your kids into falling asleep! Okay, okay. It’s not like a miracle book that lulls children into a full night’s sleep. But it IS a book that targets reluctant sleepers and uses an interactive […]

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National Adoption Month Spotlight: Jack & Almost Jill by Jackie Ruchti

National Adoption Month Spotlight: Jack & Almost Jill by Jackie Ruchti

  Did you know that November is National Adoption Month? To celebrate, Jack & Almost Jill author Jackie Ruchti stops by to talk about her picture book that spotlights adopted families, and share her top ideas for spreading adoption awareness in your community. PLUS – keep reading for your chance to win a copy of […]

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The Nocturnals: The Moonlight Meeting by Tracey Hecht & Rumur Dowling

The Nocturnals: The Moonlight Meeting by Tracey Hecht & Rumur Dowling

The perfect entree for young readers to begin devouring books independently, The Nocturnals: The Moonlight Meeting is the first in a new series of young reader chapter books that is filled with whimsy and educational content. Fabled Films Press, the imprint of Fabled Films, a children’s media and entertainment company, is thrilled to announce Grow & […]

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Cookiesaurus Rex by Amy Fellner Dominy & Nate Evans, illus. by AG Ford

Cookiesaurus Rex by Amy Fellner Dominy & Nate Evans, illus. by AG Ford

On the inside flap of Cookiesaurus Rex, a line drawing of the titular dino cookie proclaims, “I’m prehistoric perfection!” And he is. He really, truly is. The book follows one haughty dinosaur cookie, who declares himself “King of All Cookies” and demands to be decorated first — only to have a temper tantrum when he […]

Posted September 13, 2017 by Sara in Novel Novice Junior, Reviews - Children's / 0 Comments
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