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This new contemporary story explores all that is not going right for Layla. She’s dealing with reading difficulties, a single parent home where Mom works nights and sleeps in the daytime, and learning about friendships—both new and old. At less … Continue reading

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Space Encyclopedia, 2nd Ed  Written and illustrated by internationally recognized astronomer and former Director of Science Information and Public Outreach at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics David A. Aguilar, this is THE authoritative book about our universe, jam packed with everything kids … Continue reading

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Climate change. The words have different meaning depending on your background and age. Thankfully, there has been a increased focus getting everyone on the same page to understand the important of taking action now. In Challenge Everything 18-year-old author, Blue … Continue reading

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I’m pleased to be a part of THE SILVER BOX blog tour on a Marvelous Middle Grade Monday. The ambitious tour began back on October 12th and wraps up this week so don’t miss what’s ahead: November 10th @ Deborah-Zenha … Continue reading

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SCHOOL—Come in and take a closer look

SYNOPSIS: Young readers will recognize themselves in this compassionate portrayal of school life. Few authors move as easily between the different worlds children inhabit as Britta Teckentrup. Whether she’s leading the littlest readers through the seasons, or exploring the science of … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Breaking the News Blog Tour! To celebrate the release of Breaking the News by Robin Terry Brown on October 13th, blogs across the web are featuring original content from Breaking the News, plus 5 chances to win a hardcover copy! The Truth Tool Kit … Continue reading

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Innocent animals are in trouble: temperatures are climbing, tides are rising, and nature is suffering. Someone needs to step in to rescue animals from extinction. Someone needs to turn this mess around, before it’s too late. And that someone is … Continue reading

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Abigail’s second year at the Tarkana Academy has been an all-out disaster. She’s just unwittingly helped Vertulious, an ancient he-witch and powerful alchemist, destroy Odin’s Stone and restore his powers, and now all of Orkney is caught up in the … Continue reading

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1 FOR ALL (plus an Interview with the author!)

J.J. thinks this year he will lead his eighth-grade team to the conference title. But bad breaks, a new coach, and a long-standing grudge sabotage J.J.’s hopes and leave him struggling on and off the court. Can J.J. and his … Continue reading

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Father’s Day is Sunday and even though my dad passed away many years ago, the June celebration gets me thinking about him more. Especially this year. I grew up with a houseful of older and younger sisters and as the … Continue reading

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