HARE AND TORTOISE

Many of us have enjoyed reading the classic Aesop’s fable, Hare and Tortoise.  Alison Murray has created a new version of this classic that is a delight to read.  Right from the start the reader is involved, we get to stop the Hare and  Tortoise and learn about their characteristics and personality traits.  The race […]

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Rain Fish

I have enjoyed so many of Lois Ehlert’s children’s books so when I saw her new book, Rain Fish, I couldn’t wait to take a peek.  Once again her creativity and inventive ideas transform this book into an art project that can be enjoyed by any parent or child.  By using recycled materials and clever […]

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A Friend for Bo

Bo the bunny was lonely and decided to look for a playmate.  After searching for quite a while he found a large white oval shape hidden in the grasses.  Bo was thrilled and decided his new friend should be called Rollie.  Rollie was an unusual friend, but never seemed to mind when playing dresss-up, reading stories, […]

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Snap!

Imagination is the key word for this new book by Hazel Hutchins.  Who doesn’t enjoy a brand new box of crayons and Evan just opened his box all shiny and new. He is coloring when Snap! his crayon breaks into two pieces.  Evan isn’t upset since his one crayon turned into two crayons.  What fun […]

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Brave as can be: a book of courage

Along with Hello in there!:  a big sister’s book of waiting and In my heart:  a book of feelings we can enjoy another of Jo Witek books. Brave as can be: a book of courage is not only educational but is filled with whimsical, child like illustrations.  The peek a boo openings on each page just add […]

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Get Out of My Bath

Let’s enjoy bath time with Ellie the elephant.  In fact we are going to shake the book to make waves for Ellie, tilt the book to see what happens and Ellie is surprised when animals start jumping into her bath tub.  Let’s shake the book again to see if we can get the animals out of the tub.  […]

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