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Book Birthday: Good Morning Snow Plow!

Good Morning SnowPlow

Snow is right around the corner. Prepare now by getting Deborah Bruss’ brand new picture book, Good Morning Snowplow. We know kids are inclined to rush to the window to see the great machine! Continue the snowy delight with this gem of a book that follows a reliable road worker and his pup as they work through the night.

“A great addition to any big-machines collection.”–Kirkus

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Book Birthday: Counting Dinos

Counting Dinos

Eric Pinder has a brand new picture book! This time it’s all about counting and the perennial preschool favorite: DINOS! Eric’s playful language accompanied by Junissa Bianda’s colorful art will get your little one learning their 1…2…3’s. What did the critics have to say?

“A particularly lively specimen. Definitely has a preschooler’s number.” —Kirkus Reviews

Find this lovely PB in a bookstore near you

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New Book: How To Be A Good Creature

How to be a good creature

Beloved children’s author, Sy Montgomery, has a brand new book out in the world, this time geared toward adults. How to be a Good Creature: A Memoir in Thirteen Animals reflects on 13 animals–Sy’s friends– and what it is to be different and the same, what it is to be empathetic and understanding…what it is to experience grief, despair, forgiveness and forgiving. What it is to be a good creature. Sounds like the perfect antidote for today’s world. Check Sy’s tour schedule to see if she’s going to be anywhere near you!

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Book Birthday: This Generation

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Help us in welcoming this gorgeously illustrated and wonderfully conceived book This Generation: 36 Trailblazing Immigrants and Refugees Who Make America Great by Sandra Neil Wallace and Rich Wallace, illustrated by Agata Nowicka. Timely, educational and buzzworthy, we think. And we’re not the only ones. See what (sometimes grumpy) Kirkus had to say!

“This book takes figures from all races, nationalities, and religions and looks at them as human beings and at the amazing things they have accomplished… A deeply patriotic look at how immigrants’ application of the American ideals of hard work and perseverance can have lasting effects.”
Kirkus Reviews, starred review