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Arnold Lobel's I Can Read Books

While his Frog and Toad books (which I’ve reviewed previously) are arguably his most famous works, Arnold Lobel actually wrote six other titles in the ‘I Can Read’ easy-reader series: Uncle Elephant, Mouse Soup, Mouse Tales, Owl at Home, Grasshopper on the Road and Small Pig. 146 more words

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Mr Gum and the Goblins - Andy Stanton and David Tazzyman

It was the dead of Winter in Lamonic Bibber, everywhere you looked it looked cold. All was quiet, three figures went onto the high street, suddenly they heard a wailing noise, it was Friday’s wife, Mrs Lovely. 120 more words

Children's Books

Tonight's Bedtime Story--Footprints in the Moon

Tonight, my son Jameson took me by the hand and walked me to his bedroom, and asked me to tell him a story before bed. How could I resist? 666 more words

The Hemsath Life

The One and Only Jack Chant - Rosie Borella

The One and Only Jack Chant – Rosie Borella



Australian Pub.:

March 2014


Allen & Unwin


A & U Children

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Childrens Books

#648 - Stanley the Builder by William Bee

Stanley the Builder

by William Bee
Peachtree Publishing           9/01/2014
Age 3 to 8           32 pages

“When Myrtle buys a plot of land, she asks Stanley to build her a new house. 532 more words

Children's Books

Guest Post: NYPL's exhibition "The ABC of It: Why Children's Books Matter"

Hi, bookworms! This is Carolyn’s buddy, Molly, popping in to tell you dear readers about a fantastic exhibit at the New York Public Library that is actually about to  509 more words


Chris Haughton

Chris Haughton is an Irish designer and children’s book author/illustrator who we’ve become huge fans of. We first read SHH! We have a plan (2014 Walker Books) at our local library, and it was such a hit that we just knew we had to buy a copy for home. 359 more words

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