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PencilMan

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In the fun and fabulistic picture book "PencilMan", technology is subverted by a sneaky team of information thieves. In father and son team Sean and Darius Ceasar’s whimsical picture book "PencilMan", global glitches might be solved by... Read More

Book Review

Rupert's Snowman

by Kristine Morris

Rupert’s Snowman is a captivating picture book in which a boy develops a creative solution to a snowman’s loneliness. In Phillipa Warden’s charming picture book Rupert’s Snowman, a young boy and his mother build the best snowman... Read More

Book Review

The Leaf Thief

by Michelle Anne Schingler

A cozy squirrel becomes frantic when he determines that one of the leaves in his bright canopy has gone missing. Eyes wide, he jumps from spot to spot, asking the other animals if they know who the thief is; the answer is more seasonal,... Read More

Book Review

The Moose Fairy

by Danielle Ballantyne

When Moose hears of a meeting of the Secret Fairy Club, he’s ecstatic to join in the fun. He arrives to find all the other members are smaller creatures, though, and some are none too welcoming. But when the clubhouse comes under... Read More

Book Review

Harley the Hero

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Ms. Prichard’s class has the reputation for being the best in the school thanks to Harley, the service dog who helps her to feel safe. Among students of all backgrounds and abilities, Harley is a calming force. He helps the children... Read More

Book Review

Finding Muchness

by Danielle Ballantyne

An adorable duckling imparts bite-sized lessons in this picture book about getting the most out of life. Meticulous grayscale illustrations—with the exception of the duckling’s yellow beak—use rings of tree stumps to portray the... Read More

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