• CHILDREN'S

    LITTLE NAOMI, LITTLE CHICK

    SEPT. 1, 2013

CHILDREN'S

LITTLE NAOMI, LITTLE CHICK

by Avirama Golan ; illustrated by Raaya Karas ; translated by Annette Appel

The true essence of a picture book: a unique balance of visual and written narrative sure to enchant young and old alike. Full review >

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    THE BEAR'S SONG

    SEPT. 17, 2013

CHILDREN'S

THE BEAR'S SONG

by Benjamin Chaud ; illustrated by Benjamin Chaud

This extraordinary picture book, first published in France as Une chanson d’ours (2011), is as happy a surprise as finding a... Full review >

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    GOOD NIGHT, SLEEP TIGHT

    AUG. 1, 2013

CHILDREN'S

GOOD NIGHT, SLEEP TIGHT

by Mem Fox ; illustrated by Judy Horacek

Sure to be requested and welcome for lapsits and reciting together any time of day. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    BEN RIDES ON

    MAY 28, 2013

CHILDREN'S

BEN RIDES ON

by Matt Davies ; illustrated by Matt Davies

Great amusement for the bold and timid alike. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    BORIS ON THE MOVE

    MAY 1, 2013

CHILDREN'S

BORIS ON THE MOVE

by Andrew Joyner ; illustrated by Andrew Joyner

The brief text and a chapter format both make this a manageable and entertaining accomplishment for most young readers as... Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    SERAFINA'S PROMISE

    SEPT. 24, 2013

  • TEEN

    THE GREAT AMERICAN DUST BOWL

    OCT. 8, 2013

GRAPHIC NOVELS & COMICS

THE GREAT AMERICAN DUST BOWL

by Don Brown ; illustrated by Don Brown

From its enticing, dramatic cover to its brown endpapers to a comical Grant Wood–esque final image, this is a worthy... Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    HOW I BECAME A GHOST

    JUNE 18, 2013

CHILDREN'S

HOW I BECAME A GHOST

by Tim Tingle

The beginning of a trilogy, this tale is valuable for both its recounting of a historical tragedy and its immersive Choctaw... Full review >

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