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Book Review: ‘Stand Up and Sing! Pete Seeger, Folk Music and the Path to Justice’ by Susanna Reich

'Stand Up And Sing! Pete Seeger, Folk Music, and the Path to Justice' by Susanna Reich is a picture book intended for children in grades 3 through 7. But, like the music and message of Pete Seeger himself, it is really a book for everyone

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Book Review: ‘Twisted: The Girl Who Uncovered Rumlpelstiltskin’s Name’ by Bonnie M. Hennessy

In a tale from childhood, 'Twisted' by Bonnie M Hennessy, takes you on an alternate journey to a dark and bleak tale of love and courage, filled with revenge and regret as well as a strength of spirit. Looking at the story of Rumpelstiltskin's rage and sadness, you follow The life of Aoife and a different path of how the lives of two such differing characters really came to being.

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Book Review: ‘The Rabbit Who Wants to Go To Harvard’ A Parody by Zeldar the Great With Help From Diana Holquist and Christopher Eliopoulos

"The Rabbit Who Wants to Go To Harvard" by Zeldar The Great with help from Diana Holquist and Christopher Eliopoulos is interactive and witty. While the work is fun and zany, almost more for an adult reader, the way it is written is fun for a child.

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Book Review: ‘Benjamin Franklin, Huge Pain In My …’ by Adam Mansbach and Alan Zweibel

'Benjamin Franklin, Huge Pain in my ---' is a zany, funny look at time travel of sorts, as it relates to communication. You will find yourself entranced in the antics of Ike as he seeks advice from his historical mentor.

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Book Review: ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ by Lewis Carroll, 150th Anniversary Edition Illustrated by Salvador Dalí

It's a great pleasure to rediscover Lewis Carroll's classic in this modestly priced new Princeton University Press edition, with marvelous illustrations created by Salvador Dalí for a long out-of-print 1969 printing.

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