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Making animal facts fun!

Did you know that animals tongues perform a wide array of uses? I knew a few of them, but in the new book, Terrific Tongues! by Maria Gianferrari, we get to learn a wide array of how animals use their tongues. * Thank you to the Kid Lit Exchange for a review copy of this... Continue Reading →

The Unlikely Story of a Pig in the City

Welcome back to Middle Grade Monday! This week I am reviewing The Unlikely Story of a Pig in the City, by Jodi Kendall. Thank you to @KidLitExchange for a copy of this book to review. All opinions are my own. Summary from Goodreads: Josie Shilling’s family is too big, their cramped city house is too... Continue Reading →

Tide Pool Secrets

As a child, I loved visiting the tide pools. The wonderful sea anemones were always my favorites. I was very fortunate. I grew up in Los Angeles and I'm pretty sure that we took field trips to the Leo Carrillo State Park frequently and to learn about the amazing marine life that lived in tide... Continue Reading →

Shark Bites

There are so many great books out there for kids these days, it can be fun to put a grouping together to highlight a specific theme or idea. When I recently got a review copy of Shark Nate-O, which is coming out this April, it made me think of all of the fun books with... 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 →

Thirsty, Thirsty Elephant

All animals are pretty amazing, but what child hasn't been fascinated by elephants?  In North Carolina we are fortunate to have one of the largest natural habitat zoos, so watching the elephants roam and frolic is pretty special. The huge animals are pretty awesome to watch, especially if they are coating themselves in dirt or... Continue Reading →

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