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Cats, Cats, Cats

Big Cat, Little Cat

Written and illustrated by Elisha Cooper
Published by Roaring Brook Press
Ages 3 – 6

Big Cat, Little Cat is a tender story about an established pet cat and a new kitten. 466 more words

Book Reviews

Congrats to Marina Cohen on her new deal!

A huge congrats to INN BETWEEN and THE DOLL’S EYE author Marina Cohen on her latest deal with Roaring Brook Press!

From Publishers Weekly:

Emily Feinberg at Roaring Brook Press has bought world rights to Marina Cohen’s middle-grade fantasy Box of Bones. 58 more words


Book review: Saturday, by Ian Lendler, illustrated by Serge Bloch

Lendler, Ian. Saturday. Illustrated by Serge Bloch. Roaring Brook Press, 2016. $16.99. ISBN 9781596439658. unp.  Ages 6-10. P8 Q8   

When parents are off work for the weekend, a young boy can have many wonderful activities with them in this stereotypical family setting. 32 more words

Book Reviews

March 15 - True Confessions Day

About the Holiday

Today’s holiday encourages people to tell what’s on their minds even if it’s hard to do. Keeping a secret can be stressful as you ponder all the reactions that might result from its disclosure. 1,185 more words

Picture Book Review

Book review: Leave Me Alone!, by Vera Brosgol

Brosgol, Vera. Leave Me Alone! Roaring Brook Press, 2016. $17.99. ISBN 9781626724419. Unpaged. Ages 4-7. P8Q8

Young readers will love this modern folk story about a grandmother who tries to knit winter sweaters for her many grandchildren. 156 more words

Book Reviews

March 1 - Horse Protection Day

About the Holiday

Established in 2005 by pet lifestyle expert and animal behaviorist/advocate Colleen Page, Horse Protection Day raises awareness of horses that are treated cruelly or are unwanted and abandoned or euthanized. 636 more words

Book Related Coloring Pages

The Land of Nod by Robert Louis Stevenson and other bedtime stories

Bedtime stories are a big deal at our house. It doesn’t matter how late it is, there is always time for at least one story and it doesn’t take much convincing to make that two, three or five. 383 more words