Wordless book enables preschoolers to tell their own story
Jon Dykstra | Mar 16 2017 | comment  
A Caldecott winner from 2011

New fantasy trilogy takes middle school readers by storm
Jon Dykstra | Mar 10 2017 | comment  
Rabbits with swords - an irresistible combination

Lessons from a Rabbit, a Cat and an Otter
Margaret Somerville | Feb 28 2017 | comment  
Three books that nurtured my respect for and love of animals and nature.

There’s a new cat in town
Jennifer Minicus | Jan 23 2017 | comment  
Jenny may be shy, but that won't keep her down.

Horse captures cattle rustlers
Jennifer Minicus | Nov 1 2016 | comment  
A lesser-known book by a renowned author

Secret experiments on animals revealed
Jennifer Minicus | Sep 19 2016 | comment  
Raffa discovers the truth behind investments in scientific research.

Friendly neighbors make for a pleasant neighborhood
Jennifer Minicus | Aug 11 2016 | comment  
A new beginner reader series

What ‘The Jungle Book’ gets right about rules
Stephanie Cohen | Jun 30 2016 | comment  
Kipling put words into the mouths of animals to teach us about ourselves.

Why helicopter parents need to read ‘The Trumpet of the Swan’
Stephanie Cohen | May 15 2016 | comment  
Sometimes even parents are in need of redemption.

Man goes to great lengths to gain his love
Jane Fagan | Sep 21 2015 | comment  
Mr. Hopper is a shy, elderly man secretly in love.

Birds of a feather flock together
Jennifer Minicus | Sep 4 2015 | comment  
Mr. Brown is proud of his hat.

No pet is more loyal than a dog
Jennifer Minicus | Apr 22 2015 | comment  
Two picture books sure to please canine lovers.

Cat helps boy overcome dyslexia
Jennifer Minicus | Feb 23 2015 | comment  
Abby and Ben love the misfit animals in their grandfather's barn.

Educating character through fables
Jennifer Minicus | Feb 17 2015 | comment  
A collection of short virtue stories.

Groundhog predicts six more weeks of winter
Jennifer Minicus | Feb 9 2015 | comment  
A perfect book for winter reading.

Never trust a dictator
Jennifer Minicus | Jan 15 2015 | comment  
Not even a "benevolent" one.

Children’s travel log
Jennifer Minicus | Nov 3 2014 | comment  
The first in a series of geography based books

So-called “modern classic” promotes relativism
Jennifer Minicus | Oct 31 2014 | comment  
I will probably take some heat for this review.

Beloved author continues to enchant young readers
Jane Fagan | Oct 30 2014 | comment  
Imaginative characters never go out of style.

A small man with a big dream
Jennifer Minicus | Oct 14 2014 | comment  
Leroy wants to be a cowboy.

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