Category Archives: school

My Big Book of Bible Heroes Devotional by Glenn Hascall

My Big Book of Bible Heroes Devotional by Glenn Hascall is a wonderful devotional. I am a teacher at a private Seventh-day Adventist school. I read this devotional to my students and they really enjoyed it.  This devotional is colorful and easy-to-read, … Continue reading

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Landforms by Mary Lindeen

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Landforms by Mary Lindeen is an easy to read book for young readers in the Earth Science series. This book teaches the reader about the science of landforms, and their shapes.  It has beautiful color photographs that help the reader to better … Continue reading

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Tricky by Kari Rust

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Tricky by Kari Rust is about Tricky,a dog, and the Duke, his human. In the beginning of the book they spend their days playing tricks on the townsfolk by tripping people, stealing, and cheating. Together they sleep well at night and awake … Continue reading

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Journey on a Runaway Train by Gertrude Chandler Warner

Journey on a Runaway Train by Gertrude Chandler Warner is the start of a five book series with the kids known as The Boxcar Children! The four Aldens are now living with their grandfather with the boxcar in the backyard when … Continue reading

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The Infinity Year of Avalon James by Dana Middleton

The Infinity Year of Avalon James by Dana Middleton is about two best friends who when they turn the age of ten are granted an “infinity year” which is a year of magical “things” that are supposed to happen, especially since … Continue reading

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The Official Bible Brilliant Trivia Book by Timothy E. Parker

The Official Bible Brilliant Trivia Book by Timothy E. Parker is an activity book that leads the reader to a stronger understanding of the Bible through quizzes, word searches and crossword puzzles. This book is HUGE. It has so many … Continue reading

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The Alligator’s Smile Jane Yolen, and Jason Stemple

The Alligator’s Smile by Jane Yolen, and Jason Stemple is full of smiling alligators.  Each poem in this entertaining and instructive collection is accompanied by a related informational blurb. I like the idea of pairing alligators and poetry together. Each page … Continue reading

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New Beginnings by Rebecca Emin

New Beginnings by Rebecca Emin is a book about a girl named Sam Hendry who faces bullying at her new school.  The subject of this book that is carefully dealt with is bullying. Bullying is a problem that many students face … Continue reading

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Kid Artist: True Tales of Childhood from Creative Legends by David Stabler

Kid Artist: True Tales of Childhood from Creative Legends by David Stabler is a fun nonfiction book! It’s perfect for middle school age, but can be enjoyable to older readers. The book shares childhood stories of famous artists. The book … Continue reading

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Orphan Trains by Rebecca Langston-George

Orphan Trains by Rebecca Langston-George is a non-fiction book about orphaned children.  It’s a book about planned migration of children from New York City over the span of 75 years to various points primarily in the Midwestern United States with … Continue reading

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