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National Gallery of Art - Degas and Cassatt

We visited the National Gallery of Art today for the Degas and Cassatt exhibit. We love art – and art history – around here, so we always have a good time when we go to the museum. 611 more words

Ages 6-8

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Junior Fiction

The 26-Story Treehouse, Andy Griffiths

Andy and Terry recount the story of how they first met, an adventure marked by emergency shark operations, giant storms, and wooden pirate heads. 512 more words

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Colors of the Wind

A Weekly Low Down on Kids Books

Title: Colors of the Wind

Author: J.L. Powers

Publisher: Purple House Press

Genre: Picture Book/ Children’s

“J.L. Powers! I love that guy!” Kiddo shouts when she hears me telling my husband that we got a new picture book to review in the mail today.  225 more words

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Pete the Cat Rocking in My School Shoes

Written by: Eric Litwin   Illustrated by: James Dean

Lil Bug fell in love with Pete the Cat last year at nursery school. As we count down the last couple of weeks before school we’ve been reading a  lot of Pete the Cat Rocking in My School Shoes. 104 more words

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Summer Winding Down?

Here it is the end of August already!  Kids are back in school, football is starting and the Halloween decorations are out!  I can’t believe it, the summer has gone by so fast.  171 more words

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Katy and the Big Snow

Written & Illustrated by: Virginia Lee Burton

Katy is the hardest working crawler tractor in the city of Geoppolis. She helps fix the roads in the summer and in winter she clears off the snow. 119 more words

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A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words...But What If You Couldn't See It?

That question comes from the Tactile Picture Books Project, which is a fascinating, inspiring, and just downright brilliant use of technology.

What is it? Some researchers at the University of Colorado have created 3-D printed storybooks for visually impaired children. 236 more words

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