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True (…sort of)~Katherine Hannigan

True (…sort of) by Katherine Hannigan Delly is a tiny, tornado of trouble, but inside, she is also generous, loyal, and true. Ferris never speaks, and is panicked by touch or by noise. When Delly slows down enough to reach out to Ferris, both girls are transformed by their friendship. Hannigan, author of the beloved [...]

Read More » | April 30, 2011 | Category: book-reviews | Comments: none | Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Knuffle Bunny Free

Knuffle Bunny Free Written and illustrated by Mo Willems Who expected Trixie and Knuffle Bunny to have a coming-of-age story? Mo Willems completes the Knuffle Bunny trilogy with a round trip vacation to Holland, a generous gift, and a sneak peek into Trixie’s future.  Will Knuffle Bunny and Trixie live happily ever after?  Ages 3-6

Read More » | November 16, 2010 | Category: book-reviews, Staff Picks | Comments: none | Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

I Knew You Could – a great gift for graduates

I Knew You Could! by Craig Dorfman In the style of the traditional “I think I can” train, Dorfman writes a new story about a train setting out on life’s journey. This book gives advice perfect to new graduates or anyone setting out on a new adventure of life. Advice includes sticking to the track [...]

Dying to Meet You

Dying to Meet You: 43 Old Cemetery Roadby Kate Klise In this uniquely written book by Kate Klise is the story of writer I. B. Grumply who m0ves into the old mansion at 43 Old Cemetery Road for the summer. He’s looking for some peace and quiet so he can finally overcome his case of [...]

Holiday Books

Each December on St. Nicholas Day our son received a new Christmas book… This gave us many evenings before Christmas to savor the new story, pull out favorites from past winters, and share some quiet time anticipating the holiday excitement that was coming.This year is a good year for new Christmas books; it was hard [...]