UNKNOWN VENGEANCE

by Daniel Silva ‧ RELEASE DATE: July 13, 2021 As attuned as always to current geopolitical concerns, but substantially less compelling than Silva’s previous Share your opinion of this book Did you like this book?

look grandma ni elisi

LOOK, GRANDMA! NI, ELISI!

by Isabel Otter ; illustrated by Alicia Más ‧ RELEASE DATE: March 24, 2020 Skip this well-meaning but poorly executed (Picture 3-5) Share your opinion of this book Did you like this book?

cows go boo

COWS GO BOO!

From the Pigeon series by Mo Willems ; illustrated by Mo Willems ‧ RELEASE DATE: July 2, 2019 Yes, the Pigeon has to go to school, and so do readers, and this book will surely ease the (Picture

AQUÍ ERA EL PARAÍSO / HERE WAS PARADISE

by Aida Salazar ‧ RELEASE DATE: 15, 2020 An emotional and powerful story with soaring (Verse 8-12) Share your opinion of this book Did you like this book?

the house next door

THE HOUSE NEXT DOOR

Tomlinson’s perfectly planned bank robbery is fouled up by unexpected contingencies:- his partner is shot and dies, on his hands, and a baby-sitter- on the run from an amorous father-…

A KID IS A KID IS A KID

by Tish Rabe ; illustrated by Laura Hughes ‧ RELEASE DATE: June 21, 2016 While this is a fairly bland treatment compared to Deborah Lee Rose and Carey Armstrong-Ellis’ The Twelve Days of Kindergarten (2003), it basically gets the job…

my book of butterflies

MY BOOK OF BUTTERFLIES

by Josh Funk ; illustrated by Sara Palacios ‧ RELEASE DATE: 24, 2019 Despite minor bumps, a ride that’s worth returning (Picture 4-8) Share your opinion of this book Did you like this book?

sunny days inside

SUNNY DAYS INSIDE

by Sarah Dooley ‧ RELEASE DATE: April 4, 2017 Some readers may feel that the resolution comes a mite too easily, but most will enjoy the journey and be pleased when Fella’s family figures out how to come together in…

a feeling like home

A FEELING LIKE HOME

by Kiera Cass ‧ RELEASE DATE: July 6, 2021 Fans of the previous entry will enjoy following the story of a young woman who changes the fates of two (Historical 13-16) Share your opinion of this book Did…

the wind may blow

THE WIND MAY BLOW

by Tish Rabe ; illustrated by Laura Hughes ‧ RELEASE DATE: June 21, 2016 While this is a fairly bland treatment compared to Deborah Lee Rose and Carey Armstrong-Ellis’ The Twelve Days of Kindergarten (2003), it basically gets the job…