Book Introduction:Bruce the bear likes to keep to himself. That, and eat eggs. But when his hard-boiled goose eggs turn out to be real, live goslings, he starts to lose his appetite. And even worse, the goslings are convinced he's their mother. Bruce tries to get the geese to go south, but he can't seem to rid himsel......[Read More]
GREAT to read with a young reader. Easy, short phrases for young readers and also love the sections where we both read together. Love how she used some classic tales and her little spin/version of them.
It's a bit on the cheesy side--cheese that I might be able to appreciate more if this didn't hit too many tender heartstrings right now. The illustrations were hard to dissociate from Fancy Nancy, too! But they still worked with the subject matter. As a Beehive book? Ehh......[Read More]
Book Introduction:This is the life story of Mother Teresa, and how she struggled against oppression to become a symbol of the human rights movement. It tells what life was like for her and how she helped to change people's lives. There are watercolour paintings to illustrate the stories.[Read More]
What a lovely book. As with all of Ms. Sanderson's books, the pictures are simply breathtaking. It contains all the traditional, well known nursery rhymes, and more. I wish I had this book when I was a little kid!
Latest Reviews:i loved this book because i love it when all the chapters are different people in the book. This book would be perfect for people who like realistic fiction. If you like to read realistic fiction books then you will like the mother daughter book club. This story focuses on four girls named Emma, Jes......[Read More]
This book was in my 'To be read' list since long time. But, this time I got this book in exchange of an honest review.I must say another good work by Segilola!!I loved the story, the concept, & the fact that, how well she is trying to represent her culture. Mother is......[Read More]
Book Introduction:For the mother and daughter who seek a thoughtful, creative way to connect with one another. This journal is the perfect tool to strengthen your mother-daughter relationship. The engaging prompts invite you to exchange heart-to-heart thoughts, swap stories, share dreams, and explore common and uniqu......[Read More]
Latest Reviews:Mother Teresa: The Smile of Calcutta a hardcover, illustrated book for ages 7+. It's illustration style is a bit more cartoonish in nature than the book Mother Teresa of Calcutta, but that will probably make it more inviting for the younger audience. The book does not begin with her early childhood,......[Read More]
Latest Reviews:Mother Teresa of Calcutta is a hardcover, illustrated book for ages 9+. It begins by telling of her childhood in Albania. It tells of her First Communion at age five and the death of her father at age eight. We also learn about missionaries coming to her town to preach, and that was what led to her ......[Read More]
Book Introduction: “A heartwrenching account. Provides a human face, both beautiful and scarred, for the undocumented. A must read."--Kirkus Reviews, StarredAdapted for young people, this edition of Enrique’s Journey is written by Sonia Nazario and based on the adult book of the same name. It is......[Read More]
Book Introduction:The mother-daughter book club is back! This year the mothers have a big surprise in store for Emma, Jess, Cassidy, and Megan: They've invited snooty Becca Chadwick and her mother to join the book club! But there are bigger problems when Jess finds out that her family may have to give up Half Moon......[Read More]