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Henri Matisse

This summer I had the opportunity to see a Henri Matisse exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts that combined their collection of his work along with a circulating exhibit from the Baltimore Museum of Art. 364 more words

Primary (K-2)

More Stellar Space Books

As Mindy alluded to in her last post, we recently presented a number of our recent favorites at a conference for teachers and librarians. We spent a lot of time researching, reading, and paring down our list of favorites in a variety of areas. 389 more words

Intermediate (3-5)

Book review: Drama Queens in the House

Williams, Julie. Drama Queens in the House. Roaring Brook Press, 2014. $17.99 ISBN 9781596437357 426pgs. Grades 7 and up. P?Q?.

Jessie’s world is pure chaos. She has graduated high school at the age of 16, found out that her dad is gay, her mom becomes an alcoholic, and she doesn’t know who she is or what she wants to be. 79 more words

Book Reviews

Book review: 100 Questions You’d Never Ask Your Parents: Straight Answers to Teens’ Questions about Sex, Sexuality, and Health

Henderson, Elisabeth & Nancy Armstrong. 100 Questions You’d Never Ask Your Parents: Straight Answers to Teens’ Questions about Sex, Sexuality, and Health. Roaring Brook, 2013. $12.99. 29 more words

Book Reviews

Book review: The Itty Bitty Kitty Committee

Cinotto, Laurie. The Itty bitty Kitty Committee: The Ultimate Guide to All Things Kitten. Roaring Brook Press, 2014, pgs. 128. Ages 5-adult. ISBN 978-1-59643-937-5 $12.99. P7 Q7… 186 more words

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ARC Review - The Scandalous Sisterhood of Prickwillow Place by Julie Berry

Title: The Scandalous Sisterhood of Prickwillow Place

Author: Julie Berry

Rating: ★★★

Synopsis: There’s a murderer on the loose—but that doesn’t stop the girls of St. 505 more words

The Scandalous Sisterhood of Prickwillow Place - A Hilarious Whodunit!

The Scandalous Sisterhood of Prickwillow Place, by Julie Berry (Roaring Brook Press, Sept 2013) $15.99, ISBN: 9781596439566

Recommended for ages 10+

In Victorian England, seven girls are students at St. 389 more words

Tween Reads