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“It was love at first sight for this magnifique book.”

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So Much Snow is simple visual storytelling at its finest. Perfect for that panacea every elementary school kid yearns for: the first snow day of the school year!

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“a fresh and entertaining read.”

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The most colorful book on the bookshelf might just be Hana’s Hundreds of Hijabs.

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David Almond, a seasoned author with many books to his credit, and Laura Carlin, an equally prolific illustrator, are teamed up in this strange little story about having the courage to try new thin

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The Wolf’s Story is a fairy tale classic with a hilarious twist—if you’re old enough to get it.”

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“The spare, evocative text paired with the warm art has the feel of a classic, as the book is sure to become.”

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“exciting and fun . . . a pitch-perfect image of a classroom election. With this story, young readers will be inspired to rock that vote as soon as they’re given the chance.”

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“the understated text allows the art to shine . . . a lovely way to show how everyone has something to offer.”

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“there is a sense of exuberance in both rhyme and illustration. It’s that energy that makes the book fresh and fun."

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“Young readers will easily identify with Pigeon. . . . a brilliant picture book.”

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A Case of the Zaps is zany robot fun for all the humans among us.”

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“sweetly comforting”

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Every Dog in the Neighborhood is a sweet story about a young boy and his grandmother who live in a city. The boy wants a dog, and his grandmother says, “Nonsense.

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“Kendi’s Goodnight Racism is not your typical sweet fall-asleep lullaby.

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“Wang and Yum have created a delicious story of humanity accessible to all readers, inspiring us all to raise our teacups and share a toast to Chá!”

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Stanley’s enthusiasm for Bookmobile Day is quickly slayed when the substitute librarian embarrasses him because the book he wants to read is about a girl.

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“zany fun”

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Be Thankful for Trees is for young kids in first and second grade. It’s broken into sections, the first section being A tree is food.  “Would life be satisfying without trees?

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The New York Times bestselling creators of Eyes that Kiss in the Corners, Joanna Ho and Dung Ho, are back with a companion book, Eyes that Speak to the Stars, an upliftin

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Illustrations make Out of a Jar sparkle and shine. But is that enough to make it a must-have read?

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“a magnificent example of how stories can light imaginations . . .”

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Marilyn Monroe (Little People, BIG DREAMS) introduces a young child (ages 4–7) to Marilyn Monroe. “Once, in the city of Los Angeles, there was a little girl with lots of love to give.

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this story exemplifies who Abrams is as a person as she continues to use her words to speak up about things that really matter.

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There’s a Ghost in this House is a picture book of a different color.

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