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All the Awake Animals Are Almost Asleep: Crescent Dragonwagon

This wonderfully lyrical board book depicts over 30 unique animals — at least one for each letter of the alphabet — and uses as many words as possible beginning with the corresponding letter for each page. Reading Level: Ages 1-4 Read aloud time: 2 minutes and 40 seconds Length: 30 pages About the Author: Crescent […]

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Three Tales of My Father’s Dragon: Ruth Stiles Gannett

This classic fantasy trilogy of Elmer Elevator’s adventures with the flying baby dragon Boris will delight readers of all ages with their silly escapades and endearing friendship. Reading Level: 7-12, and 4+ as an audio or read aloud book Read aloud time: 2 hours and 30 minutes (for all 3 novels) Length: 242 pages About […]

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The 2018 Children’s Book Gift Guide

I don’t know about you, but I sometimes struggle to come up with new ideas for Christmas gifts for my kids. We’re in a small house without a playroom and it’s hard to keep the toys in check. The thought of adding several more toys to the mix is…well, frightening. Now, don’t get me wrong, […]

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A Little House Picture Book Treasury: Six Stories of Life on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder

A beautifully illustrated collection of stories adapted from the beloved Little House books. Reading Level: Ages 3-8. Length: 208 pages. Each story averages about 30 pages. Read aloud time: About 3-5 minutes per story. About the Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder was an American author, known for the Little House series, published between 1932 and 1943. […]

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The Best Mistake Ever! And Other Stories: Richard Scarry

Three simple stories about best friends and silly mistakes perfect for new readers. Reading Level: Age 6-10, or 3 and up as a read aloud book. Length: 48 pages. About the Author: Richard Scarry is a beloved children’s book author and illustrator, who published over 300 books and is best known for his books about […]

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Baby Animals: Stephen Lomp

An adorable, indestructible baby book that will entertain your littlest one and can handle baby’s roughest play. Reading Level: Infant – 2 Read Aloud time: About a minute About the Creator: Amy Pixton is a mother of triplets who created Indestructibles after bits of board book kept ending up in her children’s mouths. She lives […]

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The Boxcar Children: Gertrude Chandler Warner

The beloved classic tale of four siblings who create a home in an abandoned boxcar. Reading Level: 8-14 (and appropriate to a younger audience as an audio or read aloud book). Length: 154 pages. Read Aloud time: Under 2 hours. About the Author: Gertrude Chandler Warner was an American teacher and author, best known for […]


5 Ways to Support a Friend After Miscarriage or Infant Loss

One in four women has suffered a miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant loss. One in four. And yet, as a culture and in our communities, we struggle to speak openly about this painful reality. Far too many women are forced to endure the most tragic and traumatic experience of their lives without the support they need […]

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Little Fur Family: Margaret Wise Brown

The combination of Margaret Wise Brown’s lyrical text with Garth Williams’ wonderful illustrations makes this book a delight to read aloud and your children will love listening and looking at the pictures again and again.

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: Roald Dahl

When we finished listening to this book a few weeks ago, my 4 year old immediately shouted out “That was such a fun book! Can we read it again?.” And, he’s right. This is a very fun book, full of imaginative adventures and rich descriptions of delectable delights.


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