Genre: Children

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Monster Needs One More!

Monster Needs One More!

Another adorable picture book from Natalie Marshall that can easily be seen as a sequel to Monster, Be Good! In this book, instead of children learning how to get their own monsters to behave, they learn a little bit about counting and simple addition. As the day goes by for… Read more »

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Monster, Be Good!

Monster, Be Good!

This is a charming picture book that is filled with a variety of bright, and fun monsters. Unfortunately, all of these monsters are misbehaving in some way, whether it’s that they’re crabby or selfish. It is very much intended for a younger audience, I’d say in the 2-6 range, though… Read more »

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Superman vs. the Doomsday Army by Laurie S Sutton

Superman vs. the Doomsday Army by Laurie S Sutton

There are some children’s books that are really fun to read, have a great plot and captivating writing that is still at the right level for the reader. Then there are some that are okay, where the plot is interesting and the writing has obviously been toned down for the… Read more »

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I Hate Picture Books by Timothy Young

I Hate Picture Books by Timothy Young

If you ask my 7-year-old son about this book he will tell you that he loves it. He’s probably read it a dozen times by now, and I’m pretty sure that only the Scaredy Squirrel books surpass it in his eyes. Why does he love this book so much? It’s… Read more »

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Zeb and the Great Ruckus by Josh Donellan

Zeb and the Great Ruckus by Josh Donellan

Zeb and the Great Ruckus is a children’s book that really is suitable for any age. It’s short and excellently paced with adorable pictures sprinkled throughout. And like all good children’s books, the children are the heroes themselves. This is the story of Zeb, his friend Flip, and the extinct… Read more »

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