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Yak and Gnu by Juliette MacIver, Illus. Cat Chapman. Pub. Walker Books, 2015.
This rhyming picture book is a beauty that demands to be read aloud. 185 more words
Barnett, Mac. Telephone. Illustrated by Jen Corace. Chronicle Books, 2014. unp. $16.99 ISBN:978-1-4521-1023-3 Gr. All. P8Q9
Many birds are sitting on a telephone wire when a mother bird asks one of them to tell Peter to come home. 94 more words
Zommer, Yuval. The Big Blue Thing on the Hill. Templar Books, Candlewick Press, 2014. $16.99. ISBN 978-0-7636-7403-8. 28 pages. Ages 3-7. P7Q8
The forest is peaceful with all of the animals minding their own business until one day when a terrifying blue thing shows up! 70 more words
Johnny Danger D.I.Y. Spy by Peter Millett. Pub. Puffin Books, 2015.
This new series for reluctant readers, boys in particular is one of the craziest novels I have ever read ranking with Paul Jennings and Andy Griffith and commanding the same reader group. 168 more words
I tend to avoid chicklit fiction, but “Love Hacked” by Penny Reid caught my eye (yes, it was the cover). The main character is Dr Sandra Fielding, a pediatric psychotherapist who has had 29 first dates over the last two years, that all end in tears. 173 more words