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Book Review: ‘Cherished Memories’ by Sylvia Rouss

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Cherished Memories by Sylvia Rouss is a story about seeing the beauty in something old and stained. Amy asked her Grandma if she could select fabric to assist her with making a gown for a play that she would be in. Turns out, the fabric looks just like the fabric on the old, worn kitchen chairs in her Grandma’s house. ... Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Sparkle Egg’ by Jill Hardie

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Learning to forgive yourself is the key message of Jill Hardie's latest children's book. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Cobweb Castle’ by Jan Wahl, Art by Edward Gorey

Text © Jan Wahl; Illustrations © The Edward Gorey Charitable Trust. All rights reserved.

Jan Wahl's story finds its perfect visual match with the odd stylings of Edward Gorey. Read More »

Interview: Alinka Rutkowska, Author of ‘Maya & Filippo Make Friends in Auckland’

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"When I get something in my head, I plan the execution and I go for it." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Tumbleweed Christmas’ by Beverly Stowe McClure

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Teaches young readers that love is more important than material things. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Magical Mea’ by Penelope Anne Cole

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A great resource for parents to teach children the value of being kind. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Taste of Snow’ by Stephen V. Masse

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A seasonal story about a magical candy cane. Read More »

Interview with Patti B. Jefferson, Author and Illustrator of ‘How Long Will You Love Me?’

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"Any mistakes or missteps that I have made along the way got me to where I am so I don't think I would change anything." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Dragons and Dreams: Bedtime Stories’ by Becca Price

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One of those rare "once upon a time" collections that are so light and charming. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Fantastic Flight’ by Barbara Bockman

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A vividly illustrated book demonstrating the importance of make-believe. Read More »