Growing Up: being Southern Black in the 1930’s
Susan Reibel Moore | Apr 27 2016 | comment  
9-year-old Cassie Logan is one of literature's most endearing heroines.

Growing Up: Tevye and the Jews
Susan Reibel Moore | Apr 18 2016 | comment  
The best reason to marry someone is love.

Growing Up: Little Women
Susan Reibel Moore | Apr 13 2016 | comment  
The first in a series of articles about coming of age books.

There is no place like home
Jennifer Minicus | Nov 27 2015 | comment  
Rendi did not know how hard running away would be.

Local bookstore worker solves mystery
Jennifer Minicus | Sep 8 2015 | comment  
A warm story about family and literary classics.

A mother’s embrace warms the heart
Jennifer Minicus | Jul 23 2015 | comment  
A touching tale from Africa.

Children learn patience in large families
Jane Fagan | Jan 30 2015 | comment  
Christopher learns to appreciate what others enjoy doing.

Blood is thicker than water
Jennifer Minicus | Oct 22 2014 | comment  
Ariana is proud of her Afghan heritage.

A story of friendship and personal tragedy
Jane Fagan | Sep 10 2014 | comment  
A young girl deals with her mother's illness.

There’s no friend like a sister
Tim Golden | Aug 18 2014 | comment  
Another story about the four Conroy girls.

Not exactly kissing cousins
Jane Fagan | Jul 16 2014 | comment  
Kieran would rather not share his home with his unusual cousin.

Grandfather inspires courage in young girl
Jane Fagan | Jun 3 2014 | comment  
An Irish family immigrates to America.

An author the NY Times called a genius
Jane Fagan | Apr 25 2014 | comment  
According to Billy's parents, it is the Year of Billy Miller!

The “weaker sex”?
Jennifer Minicus | Apr 8 2014 | comment  
Abbie Deal discovers the adventure hidden in ordinary life.

Science fair projects stump students
Jennifer Minicus | Mar 21 2014 | comment  
Anna and her friends find a practical use for their research.

Is acting a real job?
Tim Golden | Mar 14 2014 | comment  
Ralph seeks a career in the theatre.

When should a child be told he is adopted?
Jennifer Minicus | Feb 25 2014 | comment  
Separated at birth, Jack and Jake have a bone to pick with their parents.

Royal family disappears
Jennifer Minicus | Feb 1 2014 | comment  
Only a magical castle can find them.

Overscheduled children and overtired parents
Jane Fagan | Jan 25 2014 | comment  
A picture book that highlights family time.

A mother’s love; a father’s sacrifice
Jennifer Minicus | Jan 18 2014 | comment  
Two million copies sold so far.

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