Book Review: Angel Thieves by Kathi Appelt

Tweet Sixteen-year-old Cade Curtis and his dad steal angels—the stone kind that sit atop forgotten graves in forgotten cemeteries. They only do it out of necessity, like when the lady who owns the antique store where they both live says … Continue reading

Book Review: Journey of the Pale Bear by Susan Fletcher

Tweet Seeking escape from his stern stepfather and stepbrothers, Arthur is desperate to find a ship that will take him from Norway to Wales, where he hopes to live with his father’s family. But no ship needs a scrawny, unexperienced … Continue reading

Book Review: The Gift of Dark Hollow by Kieran Larwood

Tweet Longburrow: The Gift of Dark Hollow continues the tale of Podkin One-Ear, a young rabbit determined to save his community from the threat of the Gorm—evil mutations of rabbitkind. Teaming up once again with his older sister Paz and … Continue reading

Book Review: The Moonlight Meeting by Tracey Hecht & Rumur Dowling

Tweet Young children can find inspiration to read through Grow & Read, an early reader program that spins off from The Nocturnals series. The first book, The Moonlight Meeting by Tracey Hecht & Rumur Dowling, introduces the main characters while … Continue reading

Book Review: The Dam Keeper by Robert Kondo and Dice TsuTsumi

Tweet The dam is the only thing that keeps the deadly fog from rolling into Sunrise Valley. Pig’s father built it before he disappeared into the void. Now Pig is responsible for keeping the fog at bay by tending the … Continue reading

Book Review: Longburrow: Podkin One-Ear by Kieran Larwood

Tweet A storyteller arrives at a cozy warren on a blustery holiday eve. As he warms himself by the fire, little ones and adults gather around to hear his tale. It’s a story of an ordinary rabbit who achieves great … Continue reading

Book Review: The Long Way Home by Gigi Priebe

Tweet When Henry finds a mysterious map in the desk drawer of the queen’s dollhouse, he runs to show his discovery to his cousin Jeremy. But the two are spotted in the kitchen, whisked into a bowl, and driven away … Continue reading

Book Review: The Adventures of Henry Whiskers by Gigi Priebe

Tweet Henry Whiskers is a mouse who lives with his family in Windsor Castle, where the biggest dollhouse ever built draws visitors from around the world. Henry is the 25th mouse of that name to live in the cedar drawers … Continue reading

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