Month: November 2010

WHERE DO BALLOONS GO? – by Jamie Lee Curtis, illus. by Laura Cornell

Splendid & fun-filled, November 22, 2010 This review is from: Where Do Balloons Go? An Uplifting Mystery (Hardcover) Highly praised for its uplifting rhymed poems and exuberant illustrations that send the kids’ imagination and scientific thinking soaring high, WHERE DO BALLOONS GO is a…

Turkey Surprise by Peggy Archer, illustrated by Thor Wickstrom

Diverse celebration, November 16, 2010 This review is from: Turkey Surprise (Hardcover) For a household like vegetarian family, TURKEY SURPRISE will be a delightful read that contains a happy ending for a turkey. Two sibling pilgrims set out to find a turkey for their…

Farfallina & Marcel by Holly Keller

Friendship that transforms together *caution: spoilers (please read after you finish the book!) My daughter in 2nd grade discovers this admirable book with a beautiful name FARFALLINA & MARCEL that steals our hearts away. A cute story with a twist of surprise about friendship…

IMOGENE”S ANTLERS by David Small – Garden Haiku Daily Review

Imaginative and exquisite, 2010/11/10 This is an exquisite book to lure children into reading – I simply told my kids, “look, this girl woke up with antlers on her head!” and that got them hooked on to the pages till the end. Young Imogene…

The Night Before Thanksgiving by Natasha Wing

Excitement of Thanksgiving, 8 Nov 2010 This review is from: The Night Before Thanksgiving (Reading Railroad Books) (Paperback) This is a lovely, classic Thanksgiving book to read with your kids while counting down the days to this “fun & food- filled” national holiday. Through…

STICK MAN by Julia Donaldson – Garden Haiku Daily Review

Stick with Family, 3 novembre 2010 A great book for youngsters to read during winter/Christmas time, STICK MAN from the artists of ROOM ON THE BOOM offers another unique story about the family tree dad who is content with his beautiful Stick Lady Love…

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