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Illustration Friday: Golden

Last Friday night, our neighbors Julie and Bruce closed off our block, set up card tables and tents, blew up a jumpy-trampoline-thing, and even hired a local band–all to celebrate (belatedly) Harrison’s sixth birthday and  his last day of treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia. 118 more words

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Book Review: The Moon has a Date with the Sun - by Marc Geller

Book: The Moon has a date with the Sun
Author: Marc Geller
Illustrator: Robert M. Henry
Publisher: Marc Geller
Date: February 8, 2013
Genre: children’s fantasy… 232 more words
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I Love You, Nose! I Love You, Toes! by Linda Davick

I Love You, Nose! I Love You, Toes! by Linda Davick, hardback picture book, published by Beach Lane Books in 2013.

This is a wonderful rhyming book that celebrates the body and all the parts that make it up. 151 more words

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Yoo-Hoo, Ladybird! by Mem Fox and Laura Ljungkvist

Yoo-Hoo, Ladybird! by Mem Fox and illustrated by Laura Ljungkvist, hardback picture book, published by Penguin Group (Australia) in 2013.

This cute little ladybird just loves to hide. 115 more words

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Interview with picture book author/illustrator Emma Yarlett

Emma Yarlett is an author and illustrator based in Cornwall in the UK. She loves to paint, draw, scribble, collage, design, write, doodle, construct, invent, imagine, splatter and sketch, and particularly loves illustrating children’s books. 859 more words

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Gaston and The Crocodile Who Didn't Like Water - Two Similar Yet Different Picture Books

I wanted to plow through a stack of picture books before ML went on vacation for two weeks.  Time got away from us; but the cover of… 314 more words

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Wordless Wednesday: Where's Walrus? by Stephen Savage

Where’s Walrus?
Written & Illustrated by Stephen Savage
Published by Scholastic Press on February 1, 2011
Ages: 3-5, 32 pages
Topics/Genre: Wordless, Humorous, Animals
 

All is well at the zoo until walrus notices the open gate and decides to escape. 138 more words

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