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Kate likes books with details. Dear Mrs. LaRue has that. Will she like this book? Stay tuned!
"Isn't a dot just a colored in circle?" Kooky as it sounds, we've never considered a Peter H. Reynolds title before. And if we're gonna go Reynolds then we're gonna go big.
Meet this downright magnificent tale of single motherhood, gaslighting, phallocentric patriarchy, and cute bunnies. Let's talk about a book that wasn't just ahead of its time but, I'd argue, is the gold standard of Easter picture books in this day and age.
Those of you familiar with today's book are whistling under your breath and saying quietly, "Here we go." Those of you unfamiliar? Prepare to meet the very first book on this podcast to receive the lowest rating we have ever assigned.
We've never done this one! How is that even possible? Has it aged well? Is it still considered beautiful? Find out!
Oh, Danny Boy! St. Patrick's Day is nigh and I'm feeling pretty smug about the fact that I actually reserved a St. Patty's Day title (sorta) weeks in advance. Spoiler Alert: She Kate loves it!
Småpapporna galore! Today we take a look at a true cult classic. This Swedish import is all about alternative family units, desserts, and being both embarrassed by and worried for your parents.
"He is a grown man jealous of a D-O-G." Peggy Rathmann giveth again to us today with the irrepressible Officer Buckle and the adorable Gloria.
President's Day is coming so what better book to do this week than that old Caldecott Award winner So You Want to Be President? Question is: How has it aged in the intervening 21 years?
"I've got a lot of questions." So says Kate after we consider the Valentine's Day classic (or is it?) Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch.