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Blow a Child’s Mind with a Book All About Them

Kids tend to feel like the world revolves around them. And why shouldn’t it? They are the apple of Mommy’s eye; they’ve got Daddy wrapped around their little finger—life is good. So what do you… read more

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Get the Wee Ones Excited for St. Patrick’s Day with Silly McGilly!

As they say, everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, and Silly McGilly is here to make sure that everybody gets in on the fun. Silly McGilly, a breath of fresh clover air, is a… read more

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A Top Secret Mission for Big Brothers- and Sisters-To-Be

Susan Hood, author to hundreds of children’s books, is bringing big brothers- and sisters-to-be a beautifully constructed picture book manual Mission: New Baby, from Random House Books for Young Readers. Illustrated by Mary Lundquist, this… read more

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Meet Glitterbelle, the Sparkliest Princess Ever, from Parragon

There’s a new princess in town, and she’s a lover of all things sparkly, glittery, and everything in between. Gitterbelle is a modern-day princess who loves to go on adventures with her friends. Parragon has… read more

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Leontyne Price: Voice of a Century Comes at Just the Right Time

Leontyne Price: Voice of a Century, written by Carole Boston Weatherford and illustrated by Raul Colón, is the biographical story of a young black girl from Mississippi, growing up in the 1930s. As a child,… read more

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Love Always Everywhere This Valentine’s Day

It’s only a few more weeks until Valentine’s Day—and there is no better time of the year to teach your little ones about the importance of love. And I’m talking love in all forms—familial love,… read more

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May the Force Be With Your Star Wars Rebels Drawings

The editors of Klutz, a division of Scholastic, are bringing kids ages 8 and up an easy way to draw their favorite Star Wars: Rebels characters in the Star Wars: Draw Rebels activity book. More… read more

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Jane Lynch Battles Bullies with Kids Picture Book

Although she plays a notorious bully on TV’s Glee, Jane Lynch takes an anti-bullying stance in her first children’s picture book, Marlene, Marlene, Queen of Mean. The book, which is now available, is written to… read more

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The Magical Tale of Santa Dust Adds Enchantment to Christmas

I’ve always been a fan of Christmas traditions, especially year-after-year viewings of favorite movies, decorating the tree with favorite ornaments, and pulling out well-worn copies of favorite stories. When it comes to Christmas stories, enchanting… read more

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Smithsonian Discover: Space Teaches All About Our Galaxy

Silver Dolphin Books has done an amazing job making space interesting and easy to understand with its Smithsonian Discover: Space book for readers ages 8 and up. The book is cleverly divided into tabbed sections,… read more

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