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Book Review: ‘Spartan & The Green Egg’ by Nabila Khashoggi

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With its vibrant illustrations by Manuel Cadag in a comic book style presentation, I have to say that we more than enjoyed the book. Read More »

Interview with Debut Author Christy E. Bykowski, author of ‘Gluten Free Me: Beckmin Goes to School’

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Written for children to help them understand and talk about celiac disease, but also informative for adults. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Gluten-Free Me’ by Christy E. Bykowski

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A new children's book helps kids and adults understand wheat-based allergies. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Darth Vader and Son’ by Jeffrey Brown

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Brown recognizes that all the things older Star Wars fans hate are the same things that kids love. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The OWL Who Couldn’t WHOO’ by LeeAnna Kail

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We don't need to change who we are or do things to make people like us. Read More »

Interview with Salvatore “Sal” Barbera, Author of Mary Elizabeth The Spotless Cow

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"Have you ever wondered what your pet dreams about?" Read More »

Book Review: Baby Come Home by Elizabeth Kail Arnita

Children will learn valuable life lessons as Baby journeys from his beautiful garden and into the big world around him. Read More »

Book Review: Zombie Cat: The Tale of a Decomposing Kitty by Isabel Atherton and Bethnay Straker

Zombie Cat is a delightfully macabre picture book for adults and older children about a zombie cat and his master. Read More »

Book Review: ABC’s of Health and Safety by Melissa Abramovitz

As readers follow the journey from A to Z and learn the alphabet, they will also explore and learn important tidbits about health basics and safety habits. Read More »

Books Review: Bella’s Chinese New Year and Bella’s Vietnam Adventure by Stacey Zolt Hara

"Travel with Bella" books are visual explosions of color and culture that teach young kids about the world. Read More »