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holespoles · 42 minutes ago
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Children's song art book published by Kodansha Showa 11
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wilde-for-you · an hour ago
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hey lovely ladies, enbies, and lads!! my dad published a book called “Gracie and the Snufflepuffs” by David Rowney. it’s a children’s book (about 28 pages) based on a story he used to tell me as a kid, so the main character is based off of child-me :D currently available via the link below in kindle and paperback form!
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ponysbooks · 2 hours ago
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🐉 Be careful, Dragon.
Hanako Clulow 🐉
🐉🐉 (out of five)
🐉Favorite character: unicorn 🦄
🐉Least favorite character: Dragon
🐉Format: e-book.
This is an interactive book, which is intended for children to learn to control their temperament.
It is a short book, with pretty illustrations and without context or story.
And magically the dragon can control his emotions, obviously, because he is a magic dragon!
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chanademoura · 8 hours ago
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Commissioned illustration
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chanademoura · 8 hours ago
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Illustration for book “A Hoot in the Storm” by Mary Runkel
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chanademoura · 8 hours ago
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Cover “A Hoot in the Storm” by Mary Runkel
Illustrations by Chana de Moura
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sonyabrightbooks · 8 hours ago
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Elephants Cannot Dance! (Elephant and Piggie #9) by Mo Willems
Elephant and Piggie do ballet! (Well, Piggie does; Gerald struggles.)
All the books in this series are cute, fun, quick reads, but Elephants Cannot Dance! might not be the most laugh-out-loud funny of the bunch. I did like Gerald consulting his book on "things elephants can do", however.
Call me picky, but I couldn't stop looking at the grand jeté picture. Yes, I know it's an illustrated children's book, but the arms were wrong! But I think few people are going to notice that!
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sonyabrightbooks · 9 hours ago
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Spooky School by Sam Lloyd
This book, for quite young readers, is filled with colourful illustrations that will keep kids interested.
The book's main draw, however, is the action. Children will be kept entertained joining in with all the "lessons" Spooky School offers. It's a good choice for lots of interaction, especially around Halloween.
A good pick for a classroom or a group read.
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kaixo-agur · 9 hours ago
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M. T. (Penny) Ross(1881-1937) “Loraine and the Little People” 1915
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From what I have read, when God finds a grieving soul, one of His first solutions is to send a bright, sunny child for company.
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zaker73 · 12 hours ago
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The thing about zombies is, they just have bad memories. They just want more brains to help them remember what it is they forgot. Also not the best at asking for help, and a little pushy.
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lostinthestacks · 21 hours ago
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Shelf Confidence BPC
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May 9: All the World’s a Stage...
I love Dan Yaccarino’s I Am A Story
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1upcashsystem · 23 hours ago
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Review of Black Fairytales to Color by Dr Amelia Piper
This book will help develop children’s imagination. It takes tales and adds a glorious mixture of cultures and lifestyles. I suppressed my automatic response that merely was a colorized version of old staples. This was a good thing, because I saw that this was more than just a changing of a few characteristics. I came to recognizing it as a blending of four continents. Europe, Africa, North and…
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containerstore · a day ago
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Put books within easy reach for your little ones. This animal-themed book rack keeps children's books neatly sorted and stored with everything at eye-level for toddlers. Four pockets can hold large picture books, puzzles or even board games. Cloth construction is easy on little hands. The wooden A-frame is stable but easy to move when needed.
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Put books within easy reach for your little ones. This animal-themed book rack keeps children's books neatly sorted and stored with everything at eye-level for toddlers. Four pockets can hold large picture books, puzzles or even board games. Cloth construction is easy on little hands. The wooden A-frame is stable but easy to move when needed.
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uwmspeccoll · a day ago
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Mother’s Day - Sunday Funday
For our celebration of Mother’s Day we are sharing our copy of Coming On Home Soon by Jacqueline Woodson, with illustrations by E.B. Lewis. It is the story of a mother going away to work during WWII and the daughter who is waiting for her to keep her promise to come on home soon. Our edition, part of our Historical Curriculum Collection, was published in 2004 by G.P. Putnam’s Sons in New Work, a division of Penguin Young Reader’s Group.
Jacqueline Woodson is a four-time Newbery Honor winner, a four-time National Book Award finalist, and a three-time Coretta Scott King Award winner. Coming On Home Soon was a 2005 Caldecott Honor Book and was on the ALA notable list that year. She was inspired to write the story by the work of African American women during WWII, stating:
 “I had been reading stories about Rosie the Riveter and couldn’t find any with African American women in them so I started researching. With the small amount of information I gathered, I began to write this book.”
The illustrations were done in watercolor by E.B. Lewis, self-proclaimed Artistrator. He attended Temple University Tyler School of Art and has since illustrated over 70 children’s books, also continuing to show his work in fine art galleries. His many honors include the New York Times 2016 Best Illustrated Book Award, and a 2016 Golden Kite Honor .
The origin of Mother’s Day is accredited to Anna Jarvis, a women’s rights activist living at the turn of the 20th century who campaigned for it to become a national holiday. Interestingly, Jarvis moved to end the holiday after flower and greeting card prices rose significantly, saying:
“A printed card means nothing except that you are too lazy to write to the woman who has done more for you than anyone in the world. And candy! You take a box to Mother—and then eat most of it yourself. A pretty sentiment.”
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-Claire, Special Collections Graduate Intern
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camilledecussac · a day ago
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Les Pieds dans l’Eau Glacée ! Nouveau projet jeunesse disponible en précommande sur le site de :
https://www.helloasso.com/associations/brasil-sunshine/collectes/livre-conte-audio-les-pieds-dans-l-eau-glacee
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kaixo-agur · a day ago
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“Bird children, the little playmates of the flower children” by Elizabeth Gordon(1866-1922), illustration by M.T.Ross(1881-1937) 1912
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