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Flood: Race Against Time, by Aaron Rosenberg (2016)

This is the first title in the S.T.E.M. Squad series – adventures about children learning to use Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math to solve real-world problems. 396 more words


Leave Me Alone!

Sometimes even grandmothers get fed up.

Leave Me Alone is a 2016 Roaring Book Press publication, written and illustrated by Vera Brosgol.

Winter is coming for an old woman and her many, many grandchildren. 277 more words

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I am enjoying making these printed-illustrated notebooks. Do you want to get one ? Just ask me at clemsy.s.hank@gmail.com -with a few lines about yourself if you want it to be personalized. 12 more words


The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories Vol. 1

Disclaimer: Spoilers. Kind of. I think. They’re not really spoiler spoilers because they don’t give away much. I sort of allude to stuff. You know what this ain’t my struggle; I’ve read the book already, you should too. 215 more words

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Review of The Steel Seraglio by Mike, Linda, and Louise Carey

The Steel Seraglio by Mike Carey, Linda Carey, and Louise Carey. ★★★★1/2

Occasionally I’ll come across a book that’ll have me saying, “Yes, THIS is what I want from the fantasy genre.”  577 more words


The Northwest Coastal Explorer, by Robert Steelquist

From British Columbia to Oregon, our region offers a plethora of natural wonders that delight the eyes and years, caress (and sometimes assault) the nose, and invite wandering and exploration. 457 more words


Harriet the Spy, by Louise Fitzhugh (1964, 1992)

Contemporary Fiction (in its day, folks!)
Ages 9-13
Here’s a children’s novel that completely got past me both when I was a child and when I worked as a children’s librarian. 301 more words