• CHILDREN'S

    MAYBE SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL

    APRIL 12, 2016

CHILDREN'S

MAYBE SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL

by F. Isabel Campoy & Theresa Howell ; illustrated by Rafael López

An inspiring and wistful message wrapped up in a subtle, thoughtful narrative and lively, beautiful art: simply superb. Full review >

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    NOBODY LIKES A GOBLIN

    JUNE 7, 2016

CHILDREN'S

NOBODY LIKES A GOBLIN

by Ben Hatke ; illustrated by Ben Hatke

Endearing and entertaining: what’s not to like—or love? (Picture book. 4-8) Full review >

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    LOOK UP!

    OCT. 1, 2016

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LOOK UP!

by Jin-Ho Jung ; illustrated by Jin-Ho Jung

Conceptually sophisticated; especially inviting for young artists ready to explore new visual angles. Full review >

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    SWAP!

    FEB. 9, 2016

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SWAP!

by Steve Light ; illustrated by Steve Light

Keep your bitcoins—you never know when somebody might need a button. Full review >

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    LIFE WITHOUT NICO

    APRIL 1, 2016

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LIFE WITHOUT NICO

by Andrea Maturana ; illustrated by Francisco Javier Olea

Nico’s return provides both Maia and listeners an opportunity to consider how holes not only signify absence, but also keep... Full review >

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    THE BRANCH

    SEPT. 6, 2016

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THE BRANCH

by Mireille Messier ; illustrated by Pierre Pratt

Brimming with personality and passion, this protagonist is a joy to know. Full review >

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    THE ARTIST AND ME

    APRIL 15, 2016

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THE ARTIST AND ME

by Shane Peacock ; illustrated by Sophie Casson

A brilliant collaboration: simple, resonate, superb. Full review >

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    FREEDOM IN CONGO SQUARE

    JAN. 5, 2016

CHILDREN'S

FREEDOM IN CONGO SQUARE

by Carole Boston Weatherford ; illustrated by R. Gregory Christie

Weatherford and Christie dazzlingly salute African-Americans’ drive to preserve their dignity and pride. Full review >

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