A Girl Named October is a dreamy, profound book. The lead character, October, walks with her companion through the world, speaking of her profound connection.
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The Lobster and the Elephant encourages both adventure and kindness while also imparting the message that there is no place like home.
We explore colonial America, togetherness, farming, and gratitude. Go forth and feast on these five titles. You can thank us later!
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Kirsty and the Tree, by Gary Foster, is the story of a very old tree, a cheeky and imaginative little girl, the glories of nature, and the joys of family.
The Fly with One Eye is a picture book that shows how one fly finds a sense of belonging by discovering a place in his community.
Shadow’s Unexpected Adventure is a short illustrated story about two birds with the desire to trade places. Their adventure proves that even the best-laid plans aren’t always foolproof.
The Boy Who Painted the World, written by Melody J. Bremen.
Sew What?, by Glen A. Penrod | Dedicated Review
Don’t Feed the Elephant! is a bright and entertaining picture book that is likely to appeal to fans of Laura Numeroff’s ever-popular If You Give a Mouse a Cookie.