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April 6, 2020

There is no doubt in the world that dogs possess skills beyond our imagination. They have abilities and strengths that humans are just now being to understand and utilize.

In her book, What the Dog Knows: Scent, Science, and the Amazing Ways Dog Perceive the World, Cat...

April 3, 2020

Grandma's Girl, by Susanna Leonard Hill, is an adorable picture book about the special love between a grandmother and her granddaughter.

While I was reading this book, I didn't get through more than three pages before I was texting my mom about this book that she had to...

April 1, 2020

Chris Ferrie is sure making a name for himself in children’s literature. I have been seeing his name all over the place when it comes to making great children’s books that focus on teaching science to young readers.

In my research of Chris, I learned that he is a quantu...

March 23, 2020

My Real Spring Break List -

1. Spend Time with My Family 

2. Take Lots of Naps

3. Read Books for Fun

4. See You All on April 1st, 2020! 

March 20, 2020

A typical day in my house involves two precarious little ones. I have a daughter who is six, and a son who recently turned two.  My son loves everything about his sister. He adores her, and he wants to do anything sissy does exactly the way she does it.

Usually, my daug...

March 18, 2020

Pierre & Paul: Avalanche is a cute story about two young explorers heading out on a grand adventure. They barely get started before they realize that they have forgotten to bring snacks.

Quickly they head home and begin to build a sandwich. Unfortunately, the two explor...

March 16, 2020

Usha and the Stolen Sun is a beautiful picture book with a powerful message.

Usha lives in a small village. For years, she has heard the stories from her grandfather. He tells of the sun. His stories reign of the sun's beauty and warmth. Usha yearns to experience what s...

March 13, 2020

Trending, by Kira Vermond, is a well-designed and written book about the current power of popularity.

In this nonfiction book, kids will be introduced to all types of trends that have happened throughout history. It tells about the good, bad, and weird things that have...

March 11, 2020

I love DK Publishing! They do a fantastic job.

When it comes to their nonfiction books, they are top-notch. DK does a supreme job of selecting high-engaging topics and designing nonfiction texts that will capture the attention of any reader.

DK's new book, Explorers by N...

March 9, 2020

What could go wrong when two opposing restaurants start a massive Twitter war on social media?

Naturally, things couldn't get messier or worse when the faces behind the Twitter fiasco are high schoolers who have no idea they are the ones communicating together.

Add in so...

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