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100 Most Inspiring Children’s Books

November 5, 2012

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Isn’t it about time children hear inspirational, life-affirming and fun stories for a change? Our list of the top “100 Most Inspiring Children’s Books” is sure to give you some great ideas for funny stories, poignant stories and unique stories that inspire children to reach out and touch the stars. If you are looking for [...]

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Cookiebot by Katie Van Camp: To Cookie or Not to Cookie?

July 20, 2012

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Katie Van Camp, author of Harry & Horsie, brings back the dynamic duo in Cookiebot! A tale that speaks to the inner child in all of us…that one that want’s the cookies, even though we’re not supposed to have them… To Cookie Or Not To Cookie? It was actually my boyfriend who picked out Cookiebot [...]

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Oh The Places You’ll Go

May 12, 2012

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Oh The Places You’ll Go! Is a lovely book to send somebody off on a new phase of their life-whether or they’re 2 years old or 20. Inspirational, rhythmic, and filled with the colorful imaginative illustrations that can only be dreamed up by Dr. Seuss, this book is one that deserves to hold a special [...]

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Are You My Mother? by P.D. Eastman

May 4, 2012

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Some books are born to be staples on any child’s bookshelf. Written by P.D. Eastman, Are You My Mother is without a shadow of a doubt one of those stories. With incredibly simple but engrossing illustrations, an engaging storyline, and a likeable main character, most children and parents quickly form attachment to this classic. What [...]

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Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss

April 25, 2012

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Life would be so incredibly dull if we never tried anything new. What would we learn? What experiences would we miss out on? It may seem obvious to you and I that new things can profoundly enrich our lives, but what about young children, happy and content in their familiar ways? You won’t grow unless [...]

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Not a Box by Antoinette Portis: Fun & Imaginative

April 15, 2012

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“Dedicated to children everywhere sitting in cardboard boxes” -A.P. An active imagination is a wonderful thing to behold. Children can lose themselves for hours in games of pretend, thinking up the most wonderful and absurd scenarios and completely and utterly believing in them. It’s a shame that as we grow up we lose the ability [...]

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One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish

March 30, 2012

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Children are wildly inventive-there’s no bounds to their imagination, and why should there be? With wacky, absurd creatures and playful rhyme, Dr. Seuss’s One fish two fish red fish blue fish will tap into your kids creative conscious in a way that is hard to beat. Plotline, Dotline, One Will Love This Storyline There are [...]

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Dr. Seuss Pop-Up Books

March 17, 2012

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When it comes to classic children’s books, one of the first names that comes to mind for most people is Dr. Seuss. His books have charmed kids and adults alike for generations, thanks to the clever language and unique characters. Now with these pop-up books, they’re more interactive and interesting than ever before. Dr. Seuss [...]

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Cloudette by Tom Lichtenheld

March 8, 2012

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Cloudette caught my eye the second I saw it resting on a shelf at the bookstore. There was something about it, how pleasant the cover was to look at, how charming it was, that begged that it be picked up and read-and I wasn’t disappointed. Author Tom Lichtenheld has brainstormed a wonderful idea for a [...]

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Children’s Book Illustrators

February 22, 2012

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The world of children’s literature isn’t all about the authors. Without the right illustrator, a book won’t fully captivate and engage a child. For kids who can’t yet read or are just learning, the pictures they see may make them love literature for a lifetime. Let’s take a look at some of the most celebrated [...]

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