Search Results: "Lindsey Craig"


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IN OUR TREE by Lindsey Craig
Released: Aug. 1, 2016

"A clever tale full of vibrant rain forest creatures that toddlers should certainly enjoy."
A little girl finds brightly colored animals playing in a jungle tree in this peek-through-the-hole board book. Read full book review >

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Try! Try! Try! by Lindsey Craig
Released: Aug. 1, 2016

"A lively and clever volume about the importance of tackling new activities; perfect for toddlers who are ready for a little plot with their pictures and for children who can proudly read aloud to a younger sibling."
An energetic boy tells his animal friends that they already know how to dance in this board book for very young readers by Craig (In Our Tree, 2016, etc.).Read full book review >

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DANCING FEET! by Lindsey Craig
ANIMALS
Released: May 11, 2010

"Fantastic fun with nearly limitless possibilities—terrific for group sharing. (Picture book. 1-5)"
Craig's children's-book debut is a riotous, rhythmic romp that gives children the chance to make guesses, experiment with sound and movement and play with language. Read full book review >

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FARMYARD BEAT by Lindsey Craig
ANIMALS
Released: June 14, 2011

"It won't take but one or two readings before kids join right in with the syncopated fun. (Picture book. 3-6)"
When the sun goes down, the farmyard animals are supposed to go to sleep. But wait: "Chicks can't sleep. Chicks can't sleep. / Chicks can't sleep / 'cause they got the beat!" Read full book review >

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Oh So Quiet! by Lindsey Craig
Released: Aug. 1, 2016

"A charmingly clever ode to backyard camping and the fun of spending time in nature, with a good bit of humor rolled into its colorful illustrations."
Two scared campers encounter a frightening creature in Craig's (Farmyard Beat, 2012, etc.) picture book with illustrations from Dunkley(Twenty Poems for Boys, 2016, etc.).Read full book review >

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SUN AND MOON by Lindsey Yankey
CHILDREN'S
Released: May 1, 2015

"A lovely tale to share, day or night. (Picture book. 5-8)"
Luminous, intricate illustrations light up this tale of a lonely Moon, who yearns to trade places with the wise Sun. Read full book review >

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THE CHAPEL WARS by Lindsey Leavitt
YOUNG ADULT
Released: May 6, 2014

"Leavitt's latest doesn't rise above the pack. (Fiction. 14-18)"
A teen struggles with loss and love in Las Vegas. Read full book review >

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ASHES ON THE WAVES by Mary Lindsey
YOUNG ADULT
Released: June 27, 2013

"A romantic potpourri of doomed amour, Celtic lore and mystery-laden suspense. (Gothic romance. 14-18)"
A book based on Edgar Allan Poe's poem "Annabel Lee" promises a haunting journey but doesn't portend a rose-colored finale. Read full book review >

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LONG LANKIN by Lindsey Barraclough
CHILDREN'S
Released: July 10, 2012

"A good, old-fashioned literary horror tale for sophisticated readers. (Historical fantasy. 10-14)"
A thoroughly terrifying, centuries-old monster stalks two children sent from London to stay with their great-aunt in the country. Read full book review >

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SEAN GRISWOLD'S HEAD by Lindsey Leavitt
FAMILY AND GROWING UP
Released: March 1, 2011

"While she learns a few lessons about denial and selfishness in the abstract, she's protected from having to put them in practice. (Fiction. 12 & up)"
Payton Gritas' world is turned upside down when she discovers her father has multiple sclerosis and that her parents and older brothers have kept the news from her for six months. Read full book review >

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TROUBLESHOOTER by Rod Lindsey
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Nov. 16, 2012

"Heavy in its despondence and bleakness but a story that readers are unlikely to forget."
A U.S. marshal's 30-year search for a fellow Vietnam veteran who killed the love of his life may be nearing its conclusion in the author's debut thriller. Read full book review >

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SATURNALIA by Lindsey Davis
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 25, 2007

"The latest entry in Davis's long-running series (See Delphi and Die, 2006, etc.) boasts a straightforward mystery along with her usual double helping of historical detail."
The festival of Saturnalia, a December holiday of license and merriment for all classes, proves a ticklish time to hunt down a killer. Read full book review >