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November 23, 2020

Outlaws of Time Series by N. D. Wilson

Wilson’s Outlaws of Time series is intense, time travel fun with plenty of action and philosophy thrown in. Great for young teens. Outlaws of Time Series by N. D. Wilson. Katherine Tegen Books. The Legend of Sam Miracle (2017)The Song of Glory and Ghost (2018)The Last of the Lost Boys (2018) Reading Level: Teens, ages…

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November 21, 2020

3 new picture books for Advent and Christmas

Looking for a new Christmas picture book to share with your own littles or give as a gift? Here are three to consider. A Night of Great Joy by Mary Engelbreit. Zonderkidz, 2020. Board book. A very child-friendly pageant presents the story of the nativity. Some details are delightful and amusing, like the shepherds “caring”…

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November 19, 2020

Chance: Escape from the Holocaust by Uri Shulevitz

In Chance: Escape from the Holocaust, a Caldecott-winning illustrator recalls his harrowing wartime childhood.

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