Category Archives: non fiction

20 RECIPES KIDS SHOULD KNOW

If Esme Washburn ever opens her own restaurant, I’ll go out of my way to visit and enjoy one of her delicious meals. Thankfully, readers won’t have to wait. Try out twenty of her creations in this celebration of food. … Continue reading

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FROM AN IDEA TO DISNEY

Disney is a name that brings a smile to children’s faces whether it be through movies, television, or visits to the many theme parks. This captivating new series gets a great start with the story behind Walt Disney. His successes … Continue reading

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SHOW ME HISTORY! Series

This ambitious project features four hardbacks in comic book style. It’s a fun way to learn about the most iconic names in American History. Each colorful edition takes you through important moments in their lives. Your guides along the way … Continue reading

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF LIFE ON EARTH

The rotating array of animals on the unassuming book cover hint at the wonders you will find inside. All 26 feet of them. Take a look through the initial side of the 38 pages, and you will be treated to … Continue reading

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WILDERNESS—EARTH’S AMAZING HABITATS

This stunningly beautiful book is a celebration of the plants and animals throughout the world. The stage is set on the first two pages with a location map of the 16 habitats, home to roughly half of the animal and … Continue reading

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Celebrating Apollo 11

This July marks the 50th anniversary of the historic first walk on the moon by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. Staying back in the command module was the third astronaut, Michael Collins. What better way to educate a young generation … Continue reading

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MAKE THIS!

As a youngster I was always picking up items off counters and tables, curious as to how they worked. My mom even gave me a nickname—The Fiddler. This new title from National Geographic Kids and Ella Schwartz would have kept … Continue reading

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