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Frankenstein Turns 200 – Celebrate with These Books

Frankenstein Turns 200 – Celebrate with These Books

Frankenstein was published on May 11, 1818 and this year, we are celebrating it’s 200th anniversary. There have been movie adaptions, halloween costumes and so much more generated from what some call, “the first science fiction story.” Through out the month, we are going to feature children’s books that have Frankenstein, or a parody, as(…)

New Chapter Books for Young Readers:  Fairy Animals

New Chapter Books for Young Readers: Fairy Animals

By now the holidays are over and kids are more than likely back in school. Winter weather however has them potentially inside more than out. Keep the busy and give them a break from screen time by providing them with a good book. Our friends at Macmillan have some great new beginner chapter books. Fairy(…)

Science Saturday:  Earth Science Books the Kids Will Love

Science Saturday: Earth Science Books the Kids Will Love

Lonely Planet Kids’ How Animals Build is a beautifully illustrated lift-the-flap hardback that explores the incredible world of animal architects. Children can open flaps and unfold spreads to discover amazing animal homes up high, underground, on land, and under the sea. From spider webs and rabbit warrens, to bird nests and ant colonies, and even coral(…)

Creative Problem Solving with Magical Humor

Creative Problem Solving with Magical Humor

Children’s Book Explores & Encourages Creative Problem Solving with Magical Humor  Welcome to the home of The Treebobs – a magical forest where you can follow the adventures of the treebobs, fairies, witches and neerdowells as they encounter challenges that parallel the very real and important events facing children growing up in our modern world. In The Treebobs(…)

New Board Books for Toddlers

New Board Books for Toddlers

Soup Day Now in board book! A young girl and her mother shop to buy ingredients for vegetable soup. At home, they work together―step by step―to prepare the meal. A little later, the family sits down to enjoy a special dinner. Melissa Iwai’s Soup Day celebrates the importance of making a nutritious meal and sharing in the process(…)