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Hazy Bloom and the Tomorrow Power - what will she see next?

Hazy Bloom and the Tomorrow Power, by Jennifer Hamburg/Illustrated by Jenn Harney, (Feb. 2017, Farrar Straus Giroux), $15.99, ISBN: 978-0-374-30494-2

Recommended for readers 7-10… 178 more words

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EVIDENCE OF THINGS NOT SEEN - Video Guest Post

EVIDENCE

OF THINGS NOT SEEN
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By Lindsey Lane

  Genre: YA / Mystery / Suspense

Publisher: Farrar Straus Giroux

Date of Publication: December 16, 2015… 569 more words

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Day 1: Story 1: Swimmer among the Stars by Kanishk Tharoor

What does  language mean to you, or to us collectively? What is its importance? I guess I know the answer to these questions – just that the title story of this collection shook me up, made me think about dying languages in the world and what is going on to save them. 145 more words

Short Stories

Book review: Walter's Wonderful Web, by Tim Hopgood, illustrated by Sara Palacios

Hopgood, Tim. Walter’s Wonderful Web. Illustrated by Sara Palacios. Farrar Straus Giroux, 2015, $16.99. ISBN 9780374303525. Unp.  Ages 4-8. P9 Q8

The spider Walter shows perseverance and determination as he struggles to weave webs that don’t get blown away by the wind. 65 more words

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Book review: Cinnamon Moon, by Tess Hilmo

Hilmo, Tess. Cinnamon Moon. Farrar Straus Giroux, 2016. $16.99. ISBN 9780374302825. 247 pages. Grades 4-7. P8 Q9

This historical fiction takes place in Chicago in 1871. 171 more words

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Book review: Everyone Loves Cupcake, by Kelly DiPucchio, illustated by Eric Wight

DiPucchio, Kelly. Everyone Loves Cupcake. Illustrated by Eric Wight. Farrar Straus Giroux, 2016. $17.99. ISBN 9780374302931. Unpaged. Ages 4-7. P9 Q10

Cupcake does everything she can do to impress others. 157 more words

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Book review: Rebel Mechanics: All is Fair in Love and Revolution, by Shanna Swendson

Swendson, Shanna. Rebel Mechanics: All is Fair in Love and Revolution. Farrar Straus Giroux, 2015. $17.99. ISBN 9780374300098. 310 pgs. Ages 12+. P8Q8

Verity Newton, who is 17 years old, finds a job as a governess in New York City for a leading Magister (magical/ British upperclass) family. 146 more words

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