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Wind in the Willows Book Review

This might not be the very first book we’ve read, but this is our very first book review: Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. In short, this is an adventure story set in Edwardian England’s countryside, and the main characters are all anthropomorphized animals, complete with coattails and cars…. 29 more words

Book Review

What Your Daughter Needs to Hear

Here are a few shocking statistics you may not know:

self-esteem peaks in girls around age 9, then, steadily declines.

75% of 8 and 9-year-old girls said they liked themselves in a survey conducted by the American Association of University Women.

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Family Matters

“The Sports Timeline Posterbook” by “What on Earth?”

A few months fly by quickly… And suddenly you realize you have not posted in a while… Hopefully your summer was filled with lots of fun, sun and good books! 277 more words

Books For Elementary School

Lost In Translation by Ella Frances Sanders, Review By Kabir

Do you know what “Warmduscher” means? Or “Poronkusema”? Well, you will soon know as soon as you take a look at this book, along with many other words that you might list as- “Nonsense”, or “Rubbish!!” … 58 more words

Book Reviews

Interview: Literary Classics Award Winner, Gary Schwartz

The King of Average, written by Gary Schwartz, won two Golds in the 2017 Literary Classics Book Awards contest, placing in Tween (General) and Middle School (Fiction). 952 more words

Writing

Those Pesky Rabbits

There are some occasions when Grandad may be a little, shall we say, grumpy. Comparisons with a bear with a sore head may reasonably be made. 180 more words

Books For Children

A shameless plea for your help

Reblogged from Adrienne at Books and Bassets. CLICK THROUGH to the ORIGINAL POST and see how YOU can help children get books~

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