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Choosing Brave is the book for kids we will turn to on the topic of Emmett Till for decades and decades and decades to come.
Today I’m talking about a book with gangsters, Monopoly, a misunderstood hero, young love, boardwalks, and creaming someone in the face with a pack of coins.
What will win? What will lose? Stay tuned for a new installment in that popular prediction series: What's Gonna Win a Major Award?
Pina is a balm and a comfort. A gentle reminder that no matter how bad things may seem, there is room in this world for both the snugness of home, and the beauty of the wider world.
As smart as it is funny, this is the Mother Goose book we didn’t know we’d been waiting for all this time.
Ms. de León takes a learning opportunity for kids and couches it in enough chase sequences and fistfights to almost make you forget how much information is crammed into this little package. Prepare for exciting nuance!!
Sergio Ruzzier returns with a story about an adamant squirrel and the rodent just cannot leave anything alone.
By taking three photographers that shot the incarceration camps of WWII in three different ways, in today's book we get a well-rounded portrait of a government desperate to sell a bad idea to the American public under the guise of openness.
From the food to the clothing, the weather to the history, this is a book worth discovering and adoring. Go on. Read it. You’ll feel lucky that you had.