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Anna Stewart, Book Reviewer

Book Review

Bored Bill

by Anna Stewart

The concept of a bored dog is only the first thing to elicit giggles in this tale of wacky boredom. The star of the story is Bill, a floppy-eared dog who is really, really bored. Nothing—not reading, gardening, cooking, or Kung... Read More

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Am I a Color Too?

by Anna Stewart

From the first page, this brilliantly illustrated picture book woos readers with strong, realistic paintings of people. A distinctive black man’s face floats in a dark night sky and the text explains that he is someone’s dad.... Read More

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Twice Alive

by Anna Stewart

The author bares her breasts, her heart, and her soul in this provocative memoir about being turned inside out through the journey of motherhood. She delves into the depths of what it means to be a mother, sharing her unusual... Read More

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The Girls' Guide to AD/HD

by Anna Stewart

Having Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) is not a girl’s fault, but it is her problem. This accessible book, written specifically for girls in grades six through twelve, presents AD/HD as something to deal with, not to... Read More

Book Review

Memorial

by Anna Stewart

Veterans are part of every generation. Senior citizens remember WWII, middle-aged people fought in Vietnam, and younger men and women are recovering from the Gulf War and the current occupation of Iraq. Children are touched by war when... Read More

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My Daddy is a Pretzel

by Anna Stewart

Many kids today understand multiple meanings of words like Triangle, Bridge, Plow, and Fish-a new language describing yoga, a mind-body practice that lots of kids are now exposed to, even in preschool. Known for such famous students as... Read More

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