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Kobee Manatee

by Kristine Morris

Kobee Manatee: Climate Change and The Great Blue Hole Hazard is an educational picture book about the dangers that plastic pollution represent to the oceans. In Robert Thayer’s inviting picture book Kobee Manatee: Climate Change and... Read More

Book Review

All People Are Beautiful

by Kristine Morris

The bright picture book "All People Are Beautiful" celebrates the diverse beauty that exists across the world. Vincent Kelly’s inviting picture book "All People Are Beautiful" shows that differences can make life fun and exciting. The... Read More

Book Review

Ella McBella in the Dark

by Kristine Morris

"Ella McBella in the Dark" is a sensitive picture book that encourages the use of one’s inner resources to confront, and conquer, fear. In Laura Pells’s enchanting picture book "Ella McBella in the Dark", a girl conquers her fears... Read More

Book Review

Is the Emperor Dressed?

by Kristine Morris

Questioning what it means to be fully human, the philosophical text "Is the Emperor Dressed?" puts theism and evolution into conversation. Fuwan Yang’s "Is the Emperor Dressed?" takes a philosophical approach to the discussion of the... Read More

Book Review

A Multicultural Picnic

by Kristine Morris

Learning is fun in the picture book "A Multicultural Picnic", which celebrates family, friendship, and heritage. In Victor Dias de Oliveria Santos’s sensitive picture book, "A Multicultural Picnic", children respond to bullying,... Read More

Book Review

Philip Roth

by Kristine Morris

Ira Nadel’s Philip Roth: A Counterlife is an intense and illuminating study of the life, times, and work of the Jewish man from Newark who became one of America’s most original and provocative writers. Nadel brings meticulous... Read More

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