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Tree Song by Tiffany Stone

Tree Song by Tiffany Stone is a joyful book follows the life cycle of a tree as it grows from seedling to mature tree, and finally gives way to a new sapling. At every stage of the tree’s life, children are … Continue reading

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When God Gave Us Words by Sandy Eisenberg Sasso

When God Gave Us Words by Sandy Eisenberg Sasso is an imaginative origin story. The story is that God wants to give humans words, the angels resist, wanting that ability to be theirs alone. God persists, so the angels distribute … Continue reading

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On Our Street: Our First Talk About Poverty by Jillian Roberts; Jaime Casap

On Our Street: Our First Talk About Poverty by Jillian Roberts; Jaime Casap is a book that talks about poverty, homeless, refugee, and all the difference between people in they basic way of loving. The story is easy to use with kids to … Continue reading

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Roxy the Raccoon by Alice Reeves

Roxy the Raccoon: A Story to Help Children Learn about Disability and Inclusion by Alice Reeves is a book about Roxy who is disabled and needs a wheelchair and what her life is like. This heart felt book for ages 4-8 shows children that … Continue reading

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Educator Spotlight

NetGalley is a website where I receive advanced readers books to review. NetGalley asked me several weeks ago if I would be interested in completing a Q&A, which would be put on their website. Click here to view the spotlight.

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Cheer Up, Ben Franklin! by Misti Kenison

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Cheer Up, Ben Franklin! by Misti Kenison is a board book for young readers with elements of American history. It is a wonderful book that has a basic intro to people of the American Revolution. In this book Ben has … Continue reading

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Buying Samir by Kimberly Rae

Buying Samir by Kimberly Rae is about a young girl, Jasmina, who has been rescued from the streets of India. Jasmina had been exploited by child traffickers, and now is on the road to learning how to trust again. Jasmina is … Continue reading

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Kid presidents: True Tales of Childhood from America’s Presidents by David Stabler

Kid presidents: True Tales of Childhood from America’s Presidents by David Stabler is a book of just that American presidents when they were kids. The book is an excellent source of information about the childhood lives of many American presidents. … Continue reading

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Get a Move On, Neuron! by Philip R. Kennedy

Get a Move On, Neuron! by Philip R. Kennedy presents a basic description of brain function to young readers who enjoy science. Throughout the book the reader goes on a tour of the brain learning about different brain functions.  The reader learn … Continue reading

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Every Falling Star by Sungju Lee, Susan Elizabeth McClelland

Every Falling Star by Sungju Lee, Susan Elizabeth McClellan is the first book I’ve read about North Korea. The author’s voice is genuine and emotional as it relates to the personal story of his adolescent years in North Korea during … Continue reading

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