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“accessible in an engaging way, sure to inspire a generation of young scientists.”

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“What is helpful . . . is the reminder that ‘we do not march alone.’”

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“James seems to be making his own promise as well—to continue to be a solid role model for children— in showing the way to becoming a good person and citizen of the world.”

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“Sally Lloyd-Jones does a brilliant job of distilling the principles of book writing into concepts accessible little ones ages four to eight years old—and making it hilariously fun.

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“deserves to be widely read and treasured.”

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“Bound to be an instant favorite.”

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“For those looking for an easy introduction to the idea that women can make art, this book is a solid offering. For those wanting more, the search is still on.”

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“Doesn’t convey the real challenges or inspiring successes of a driven athlete, though it hopes to do both.”

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China Through Time is . . . clearly an artistic labor of love. It’s an ambitious project . . .”

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“For children who are afraid of the dark, this book is the perfect way to turn the scary into the fascinating.”

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This book is perfect for any budding marine biologist, science lover, ocean aficionado, or curious kid.

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“funny, educational, and downright delectable if you have a nose for science and/or weird trivia.”

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Gone Is Gone is worthy of our attention because it covers the topic of species extinction in a far more comprehensive manner than so many other b

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Ours to Share encourages kids to be solution oriented, to participate in their communities as positive change agents, and to practice inclusivity as our population continues

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“Miranda Paul reveals in Todd Bol’s story what it means to be an ordinary hero and how an idea that starts from the heart can inspire others to do the same.”

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this book rocks the history of rock.”

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We Are Artists is a fine example of how we should be exhorting the next generation (girls and boys) to embrace themselves exactly how they are.

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“light and breezy . . .”

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“The message of celebrating our differences is upbeat, and the encouragement to 'just ask' is something kids will love to hear.”

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“A timely memoir.”

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“This book could’ve easily run twice as many pages in length. It is a Famous Person reporter’s dream and should be in every classroom.”

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"With Rise! Hegedus has elevated the craft of writing, as well as the bar, for all fellow picture book biographers."

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Animals Up Close is a visually attractive picture book filled with stunning closeup photographs of a wide range of animals.

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