Truth or Dare (You’re invited to a Creepover)
Truth or Dare (You’re invited to a Creepover)

Truth or Dare (You’re invited to a Creepover)

By P. J. Night

Reviewed on: September 11, 2013 | Category: Children

During a round of Truth or Dare, Abby Miller confesses her crush on Jake Chilson. The only people who know her secret are the friends at the sleepover and whoever sent her a text message in the middle of the night warning her to stay away from Jake or else!

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Wild Dogs Attack
Wild Dogs Attack

Wild Dogs Attack

By Lisa Owings

Reviewed on: September 11, 2013 | Category: Children

Dogs may be man's best friends. However, you shouldn't try to befriend dingoes. Once these wild dogs lose their fear of humans,

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Annie’s Adventure
Annie’s Adventure

Annie’s Adventure

By Lauren Baratz-Logsted

Reviewed on: September 11, 2013 | Category: Children

One New Year’s Eve, eight sisters-octuplets wait for Mommy to come back from the kitchen with eggnog and Daddy to come back from the shed with more wood for the fire

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Who Has What? All about Girls’ Bodies and Boys Bodies
Who Has What? All about Girls’ Bodies and Boys Bodies

Who Has What? All about Girls’ Bodies and Boys Bodies

By Robie H. Harris

Reviewed on: September 11, 2013 | Category: Children

Young children are curious about almost everything. Asking question is one of the many ways they learn about themselves and the world around them.

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Big Hugs, Little Hugs
Big Hugs, Little Hugs

Big Hugs, Little Hugs

By Felicia Bond

Reviewed on: September 11, 2013 | Category: Children

Big or small, Furry or not, Here or there, Inside or out, everyone hugs all over the world. This Book is filled with animals hugging across the globe that celebrates the universality of love

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Wups
Wups

Wups

By Elvee Bell

Reviewed on: November 24, 2011 | Category: Children

Wups is based on a true story. She is a childhood pet given a new lease on life. It is a love story between her and her master Jack. She is a faithful, loving and obedient dog as well as a protector of jack and his animals. But one day Jack calls for WUPS and she does not come. Young Readers age 4 to 8

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Giselle
Giselle

Giselle

By Sandra Jane Maidwell

Reviewed on: November 24, 2011 | Category: Children

Giselle’s story is not the usual one. She can’t tell you about trick or treating, or about airplane rides, or train trips, or museum days. She can’t tell you about parents either, or about brothers and sisters. But, she can tell you about grandfathers, innkeepers, lighthouses, fishermen, a pig named frank, and an island called Almond Island.

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My parents’s are Aliens … and I don’t like peanut butter!
My parents’s are Aliens … and I don’t like peanut butter!

My parent’s are Aliens … and I don’t like peanut butter!

By Sandra Jane Maidwell

Reviewed on: November 24, 2011 | Category: Children

Imagine that your parents are actually from another planet. A planet so far away they didn’t even travel on a space ship to get to you. Thought you had it bad? Rebecca must come to terms with the fact that her adoptive parents are from another universe. Furthermore: who are Rebecca’s real parents anyway, and what will they do to her now that they are “on the loose”? And can’t Ms. Agnes, Rebecca’s teacher, just adopt her already?

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Making fractions
Making fractions

Math for fun; making fractions

By Cooper Beech

Reviewed on: October 21, 2011 | Category: Children

Math for fun explores math through interactive projects, experiments, and fun games, ranging from the simple to the more challenging. In Making Fractions the reader will discover how fractions, decimals, percentages, and ratios are all ways of expressing parts of a whole. Slice up pizza to learn about fractions, or play diabolic decimals with your friends. Young Readers age 8 and up

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My Homeland
My Homeland

My homeland

By Storm Halbich

Reviewed on: October 21, 2011 | Category: Children

Storm is eight years old and attends Windsor Primary School in St. Vincent. He lives with his dad, mom,his brother Cruz and his Grandma. His home is on Villa Beach, and he enjoys going swimming and snorkeling. On weekends his family and friends get together and go boating all around the islands.

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