Book Review: Priscilla Gorilla by Barbara Bottner and Michael Emberley

Tweet “When Priscilla turned six, her dad gave her a book called All About Gorillas. They read it a million skillion times!” So starts Priscilla Gorilla, a book about an inquisitive, lively young girl who learns a lesson or two … Continue reading

Book Review: Rabbit Cake by Annie Hartnett

Tweet Elvis Babbitt has a head for science, but that doesn’t help her figure out how to navigate the world in the days after her mother drowned while sleepwalking. Her school counselor encourages her to go through the stages of … Continue reading

Book Review: The Water and the Wild by K. E. Ormsbee

Tweet Lottie Fiske is an orphan, and her only friend is Eliot, who is sick with a disease the doctors cannot cure. But when she finds out how to travel to another world through the green apple tree in her … Continue reading

Book Review: Animal Planet Adventures: Dolphin Rescue by Catherine Nichols

Tweet Maddie and Atticus live with their dad in a small town on the New England coast. Maddie volunteers with the local aquarium, and she’s learned a lot about sea life there. The siblings are presented with the mystery of … Continue reading

Book Review: The You I’ve Never Known by Ellen Hopkins

Tweet As far back as she can remember, Ariel has been on the move with her dad, putting space between the two of them and the mother who abandoned her to run off with another woman. Every time Ariel thinks … Continue reading

Book Review: Some Writer! by Melissa Sweet

Tweet Some Writer! The Story of E. B. White by Melissa Sweet clues young readers in on the life of Elwyn Brooks White, the beloved writer of Charlotte’s Web, Stuart Little, and The Trumpet of the Swan. Born in 1899, … Continue reading

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