Simba and Nala at play
Simba and Nala at play

Simba and Nala at play; a book about opposites

By Walt Disney

Reviewed on: October 21, 2011 | Category: Children

Simba and Nala both want to play, but they don't want to play the same game. Simba wins and they play do-the-opposite. Whatever Nala does, Simba does the opposite; when Nala ducks under, Simba jumps over, etc. In the end, Nala finds that she's enjoyed playing Simba's game, while Simba wishes they'd played Nala's game! Young Readers age 0 to 4

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Me love cookies
Me love cookies

Me love cookies!

By Matt Mitter

Reviewed on: October 21, 2011 | Category: Children

Kids will love helping their favorite blue monster find cookies for dessert in this adorable book. Through the story, readers use the attached plush arms to interact with the pages making this a huggable fast-favorite. Young Readers age 0 to 4

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I love mommies and daddies
I love mommies and daddies

I love Mommies and Daddies

By Joy Berry

Reviewed on: September 9, 2011 | Category: Children

"I Love Mommies and Daddies" (I Love series) helps children understand the role their parents play in their lives. Joy Berry's pragmatic approach teaches children that Mommy and Daddy love them and that they need to make decisions that keep them safe, healthy, and happy. Like all of Joy Berry's books, "I Love Mommies and Daddies" speaks directly to the child and acts as a problem-solving resource for parents and caregivers.

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I love brothers and sisters
I love brothers and sisters

I love brothers and sisters

By Joy Berry

Reviewed on: September 9, 2011 | Category: Children

I Love Brothers and Sisters (Teach Me About series) introduces sibling relationships to toddlers. Joy Berry’s pragmatic approach will make the reader feel secure in his or her place in the family. Like all of Joy Berry’s books, I Love Brothers and Sisters speaks directly to the child and acts as a problem-solving resource for parents and caregivers.

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Kittens love
Kittens love

Kittens love

By Lisa McCue’s

Reviewed on: September 9, 2011 | Category: Children

There’s nothing cuter than a kitten! And there’s nothing more lovable than a kitten doing what it loves- jumping, playing, climbing, napping, and curling up in someone’s lap. You’ll love discovering what these kittens love best of all. Young Readers age 0 to 4

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My first batman book
My first batman book

My first Batman book

By David Katz

Reviewed on: September 9, 2011 | Category: Children

A glow –in – the – Dark bat –signal tells Batman there’s trouble. His bat mobile zooms down the street. Batman swings around Gotham city on a bat rope. Six interactive features make for endless fun. For Batman fans of all ages.

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Poetry speaks to children
Poetry speaks to children

Poetry speaks to children

By Elise Paschen

Reviewed on: August 15, 2011 | Categories: Art, Children

Poetry Speaks is meant to be a beginning, a starting point on a journey of discovery. 95 remarkable poems - dip in again and again of imaginative treasury of the spoken and written word for kids of all ages.

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Volleyball
Volleyball

Girls play to win: Volleyball

By Chros McDougall

Reviewed on: August 15, 2011 | Categories: Children, sports

On the floor or in the sand…. I rule the net. Pass, set, hit… Now get ready to block and dig! Volleyball has grown from its origins as a gentle girl’s game to the hard-hitting, fast-serving sport it is today. No longer confined to an indoor court, beach volleyball now grabs the spotlight during the summer season, too. So grab a ball and go for a kill! Young Readers age 9 to 12

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The ABC's of how I love you
The ABC's of how I love you

The ABC’s of how I love you

By Paula Fitzgerald

Reviewed on: August 15, 2011 | Category: Children

You’re my Alphabet of Love! Offers equal dollops of fun and education as it introduces young children to the alphabet through endearing and sometimes silly rhymes, colorful illustrations, and a music box-like melody of the classic ABC song. Young Readers age 4 to 8

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Flat Stanley's worldwide adventures
Flat Stanley's worldwide adventures

The great Egyptian grave robbery (Flat Stanley's worldwide adventures)

By Jeff Brown

Reviewed on: August 3, 2011 | Categories: Adventure, Children

Ever since Stanley was flattened by a bulletin board, there are places he can get to that no one else can. So when Stanley receives a letter from an archaeologist, he travels by airmail to Egypt to help find an ancient treasure deep in the heart of a great pyramid...

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