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Fun Books for Food Literacy

We live in a society where so many kids have no idea where their food comes from. Where the thought that fruits and vegetables have seasons that we are supposed to eat them in is foreign. That there are industries at play that manipulate our taste buds and all of our senses to get us... Continue Reading →

Inventors and Inventions

Have you ever wondered who invented the BandAid? What about the Slinky? We hear all about big inventions and their inventors, but what about those smaller, everyday items? There are so many stories out there about items that we take for granted, but someone had to come up with the concept first. And who knows,... Continue Reading →

Let it Snow!

Here in the south we don't get a lot of snow, and that's a good thing, because when we get even the slightest warning of a trace, the entire area FREAKS OUT! The problem is that people here don't know how to drive well in the snow and there are not a lot of plows... Continue Reading →

The Wondrous Non-Fiction of Jason Chin

Back in June, I finally read Jason Chin's beautiful work Grand Canyon. I was completely blown away by his illustrations and methods used to capture a child's attention and teach them a wealth of information on the Grand Canyon. When I learned about the other titles he has written, I decided that I had to... Continue Reading →

If You Were the Moon

When children are starting to learn about the sun, moon and planets, there are not a ton of books that really engage them. So I was very excited when I was able to get a hold of an advance copy of If You Were the Moon by Laura Purdie Salas and illustrated by Jaime Kim.... Continue Reading →

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