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Monthly Archives: May 2015
Marissa Moss Finishes “Amelia’s Notebook” Series: Marissa Moss announced that she will conclude the popular tween fictional journal series featuring Amelia, who has appeared in books over the past 20 years, which have sold more than five million copies. The … Continue reading
Agee, Jon. It’s Only Stanley. Jon Agee, Illus. Picture. Book. Dial/Penguin, 03/2015. p. $17.9.9 978-0-8037-3907-9. OUTSTANDING. GRADES PRE-2. The title serves as the refrain for this rhyming picture book featuring the Wimbledon family with a patriarch who grossly underestimates the … Continue reading
Professional Reading: Maletsky, Sophie. Sticky Fingers: DIY Duct Tape Projects. Zest Books, 2013. $16.99. ISBN 978-1-936976-54-6. Check the young adult nonfiction area of your library and you may find you already own this wonderful resource. In fact, you might want … Continue reading
Do-It-Yourself Program Ideas: Hands-on STEAM for Kids STEAM, or Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math, is currently a dominant theme in education. Libraries can hold entertaining STEAM programming, offering many different experiences for a wide age group. Here are some … Continue reading
Hall, Michael. Red: A Crayon’s Story. Michael Hall, Illus. Picture Book. Greenwillow, 02/2015. p. $17.99. 978-0-06-225207-4, PLB $18.89 978-0-06-225209-8. OUTSTANDING. GRADES PRE-3. Red is a crayon who is clearly blue, but no one is able to see his true color … Continue reading
Read-Alikes for Tween and Teen Books Written in the Form of Emails/Texts/Blogs (revised): Amato, Mary. The Naked Mole-rat Letters. Anderson, Jodi Lynn. Loser/Queen. Bancks, Tristan. Mac Slater Hunts the Cool. Bell, Cathleen D. Little Blog on the Prairie. Black, Becca. … Continue reading