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The Way Downtown by Inna Gertsberg

The Way Downtown by Inna Gertsberg is a wonderful book that teaches about public transport in the city. The book covers details about several aspects of public transportation; such as, tickets, trams, trolleybuses, modern light transportation trains. The illustrations are wonderful. … Continue reading

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The Shelter by Céline Claire

The Shelter by Céline Claire is a beautiful and wonderful story that teaches about goodness. A big storm is brewing and all the animals are headed inside for safety. But two lone bears are out and about. They knock door to … Continue reading

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The Tiny Tale of Little Pea by Davide Cali

The Tiny Tale of Little Pea by Davide Cali is a cute story of tiny person. It’s a fun story about Little Pea who finds he is too small to do many things. He finds a job that suits him … Continue reading

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Spork by Kyo Maclear

Spork by Kyo Maclear is a picture book dealing with multi-race or multi-ethnic families. In this book they use cutlery to present this notion. Spork has part of his mom, a spoon, and his dad, a fork. He is never … Continue reading

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Thing Lou Couldn’t Do, The by Ashley Spires

The Thing Lou Couldn’t Do by Ashley Spires is an interesting story because it is about what Lou couldn’t do, rather than what she does do. I love that it is not all wrapped nice and neat by the end of the … Continue reading

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Different? Same! by Heather Tekavec

Different? Same! by Heather Tekavec is a beautiful and playful animal book that seeks to engage young readers by pointing out differences between groupings of widely different animals and then asking what similarity exists. The similarity might be stripes, horns, whiskers or shells. … Continue reading

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Animals Do, Too!: How They Behave Just Like You by Etta Kaner, Marilyn Faucher

Animals Do, Too!: How They Behave Just Like You by Etta Kaner, Marilyn Faucher is very informative book with beautiful illustrations. The book is fun and engaging, which allows  the reader to discovers how similar humans and animals act.  The illustrations … Continue reading

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