Book Introduction:School in the jungle (Book #6)
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Latest Reviews:Our family loves Minecraft, so obviously our kids wanted to read about it. We looked through a few different series and most of them were just okay - and some were just terrible.Winter Morgan's writing is simple, yet engaging. Even though it's meant for kids, the stories are fun to listen to and enj......[Read More]
Book Introduction:He’s limping strangely down the hall with outstretched arms and a groaning drawl. A zombie! Could it really be? You race to class, but turn to see he’s sitting in the desk right next to you!But odds are you’ll probably be okay, because this is no ordinary zombie. This zombie doesn&......[Read More]
Latest Reviews:My seven year old loves Legos and loves these books. Some scenes are graphic, so you may need to use some discretion as to whether or not it is appropriate for your child, but still yet, it's a great conversation starter for some more of the messy topics that can arise.[Read More]
Latest Reviews:So, I'm reading through a new book my library got in. Admiring the illustrations, seeing that the illustration of a lighthouse looks like it is a representation of the Grand Haven lighthouse. Not a huge surprise since it is a lighthouse commonly used in Michigan books. I get further in and another i......[Read More]
Latest Reviews:My daughter is an avid reader. She started reading this series a few years ago. She has outgrown the reading level of these books but she still loves them. Now I buy them for her to read, and when she's finished, they go to her 8 year old brother.[Read More]
Book Introduction:On the eve of the very first Christmas, an old grandmother is busy tidying her home when a bright star illuminates the sky. Soon three wise men arrive and invite Babushka to join them in their travelsfollowing the star in search of a newborn babe, the Prince of Peace. But there are dishes to b......[Read More]
Latest Reviews:Izzy is a delightful little character that will steal your heart. You see she was born into a family of top notch burglars so therefore she is expected to burgle too. The only problem is... Izzy has a conscience and feels so sorry for the people she embezzles. "But every time Izzy took something tha......[Read More]
Alyx is a great character, and I really appreciated that she was so sure about her gender identity in the face of everyone and everything else saying that she was either wrong or ambiguous. Also, when's the last time you read a ya book about girls' basketball?
Book Introduction:Jokes for Minecrafters is the first book in the new Jokes for Minecrafters series, which celebrates the humor in Minecraft from skeleton mobs to zombie pigmen. Be prepared to laugh! No ghast or blaze is safe from being the punch line of these jokes!Inside you will find hilarious jokes such as:Why di......[Read More]
Latest Reviews:What a cute story this one is!! Imagine a cute little tortoise and the largest Zoo you’ve ever been in. The adorable little tortoise is heading out to explore the world! He has his camera, sleeping bag, knapsack packed and he is ready for an adventure!However, he can’t possibly leave without saying ......[Read More]
Book Introduction:Warning: This book is NOT for wimps! In the tradition of "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark" by Alvin Schwartz, THEY'RE COMING FOR YOU: SCARY STORIES THAT SCREAM TO BE READ is a chilling collection of more than two dozen scary stories that will leave you screaming for more... or just screa......[Read More]
Book Introduction:The Sun and the Clouds are best friends. Together they keep the world warm, the gardens growing, and the sky full of beautiful rainbows. But one day they get into a fight and refuse to be in the sky together. And that means there are no longer any rainbows. Without rainbows, the colors start disappe......[Read More]
Latest Reviews:This book just didn't quite seem to catch my little guy's attention. The artwork wasn't the same as what he's normally drawn to. He's preschool age, so I think perhaps this book might be a bit better for older kids, who would probably grasp the humor found in the story better.[Read More]