Book Review: Hello Trees by Nina Chakrabarti

Tweet Hello Trees: A Little Guide to Nature by Nina Chakrabarti is a great little book for children about something we see every day but probably don’t give much thought to. This small-format pocket guide is handy enough to take … Continue reading

Review: She’s a Mensch! by Rachelle Burk & Alana Barouch

Tweet Mensch is a Yiddish word that refers to someone who has integrity, and whom others consider to be good, possibly a role model. Authors Rachelle Burk and Alana Barouch, a mother-daughter team, have highlighted several Jewish women through history … Continue reading

Review: Night Owl Night by Susan Edwards Richmond

Tweet Sova’s mom is a scientist who studies owls. During migration time, she works at night, catching and banding saw-whet owls before sending them on their way. Sova wants to go with her, but she must be patient and wait … Continue reading

Book Review: Welcome to Monsterville by Laura Shovan & Michael Rothenberg

Tweet The book Welcome to Monsterville starts with a poem called Invitation. It reads, in part: Hello, children! Please don’t hide. The gate is open. Come inside. We’re glad you’re here in Monsterville. Our tour today is creature-filled. Indeed, this … Continue reading

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