2020-09-17

Review: The Mostly Invisible Boy by A.J. Vanderhorst

  THE MOSTLY INVISIBLE BOY Casey Grimes, Bo One by AJ Vanderhorst INtense Publications Middle Grade Fantasy 292 pages ages 8 to 12 Eleven-year-old Casey Grimes is stubbornly friendly, but he’s eternally the new kid at Vintage Woods Middle School. Students lo right through him—and they’re not faking. Casey doesn’t know why he’s mostly invisible, but […]

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2020-08-25

The Cook and the King by Julia Donaldson and Illustrated by David Roberts

Review Copy Courtesy of Abrams Bos for Young Readers [Affiliate Link]   [Local Bostore] Indiebound [Library] Worldcat I The Co and the King by Julia Donaldson and David Roberts so much. It is the most pure and unadulterated fun I have personally had while reading a picture bo aloud to my kids in ages. When we finished […]

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2020-08-03 See the Cat: Three Stories About a Dog by David LaRochelle, illustrated by Mike Wohnoutka

See the Cat: Three Stories About a Dog by David LaRochelle, illustrated by Mike Wohnoutka

Published by Candlewick (Released September 8) Summary:  “See the cat,” says an omniscient narrator (later identified as Bo).  But all the reader sees is a dog, and he’s not happy.  He is NOT a cat.  He is NOT a blue cat.  He is NOT a blue cat in a green dress.  And his name is […]

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2020-08-03 Review: Tashi 25th Anniversary Edition

Review: Tashi 25th Anniversary Edition

Twenty-Five years! Can you believe it? Little Tashi has been entertaining and ighting us for 25 years. Tashi is a fantastic series for junior readers, and this 25th anniversary collection is a beautiful introduction to Tashi’s fantastical world. With four Tashi stories included, kids will get the full Tashi experience as Tashi’s early years are […]

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