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Life As We Know It [Hardcover] Robert Winston (Author)

"Life as We Know It" goes back to the beginnings of life on the planet, explaining to middle grade readers how it emerged under hostile conditions from a chemical soup as a simple self-contained unit: the cell. (From the Publisher)

The Roman Empire as never seen before.

The Roman Empire as never seen before.

A new classic, the illustrations are collage, and will draw you in. Girls love it!

Pinkalicious, by Victoria Kann. (HarperCollins, A little girl who is obsessed with the color pink eats so many pink cupcakes that she herself turns pink. This is a fun book to read in storytimes.

Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown

The Best Books Age by Age: Babies

Book, Dim Sum for Everyone by Grace Lin

In English, dim sum means “little hearts,” or “touches the heart,” but to this young girl, dim sum means delicious. On a visit to a.

Moomin's Love <3. I loved this as a child during my family's tenure in Japan!  Memory is sweet!

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Jansson’s short story The Invisible Child will raise Oxfam donations through sales.

The Moomins: Tove Jansson’s feminist legacy

The Finnish author and illustrator used her books to subtly challenge views on how women should live and behave. Now, those stories are part of an Oxfam campaign to empower women around the world

Beautiful nativity book: Christmas is Here by Lauren Castillo - Book Review & Transfer Printing Craft

Christmas Is Here - Adapted From The King James Bible Illustrated by Lauren Castillo - *Alli's Take: I liked reading this one with the kids. It goes from modern times to long ago, telling the nativity story. Fairly short with simple yet nice pictures.