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Gloria Chao discusses Our Wayward Fate, her writing, and what's to come ..read more
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Author Gloria Chao delivers humor with a dose of reality in this charming sophomore book ..read more
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Based on a true story, There’s an Elephant in the Yard chronicles the journey of two unlikely friends. This inspiring book shows the ..read more
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Jessika von Innerebner, author-illustrator of Kevin the Unicorn: It’s Not All Rainbows, teaches us how to draw the fabulous Kevin—a ..read more
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Here are some multisensory tips—which help stimulate the brain and develop the sensory system—to encourage your child to recommend a ..read more
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Great for reading in October and beyond, the books on this list span all ages and range from fun to freaky. You'll find stories about ..read more
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Which five words best describe Pippa’s Night Parade? Lisa Robinson: Imagination-Creativity-Monsters-Books-Fashion ..read more
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Author-Illustrator Bethan Woollvin is back with her third hilariously twisted fairy tale: HANSEL & GRETEL ..read more
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If a tale of both imagination and intellect appeal to you, The Boy Who Was Fire will likely have you thinking deeply ..read more
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Travel the world with this colorful and unique history atlas that’s easy enough for even young grade-schoolers to use ..read more

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