Doris Wild Helmering discusses The Boy Whose Idea Could Feed The World, a nourishing and enriching read that promises something for everyone.
The Boy Whose Idea Could Feed The World, by Doris Wild Helmering, is truly a nourishing and enriching read!
The Egg, by Britta Teckentrup, is an excellent way to show young readers that science is not necessarily incompatible with art, beauty, story, and culture.
Readers are sure to be left fascinated and a little bit wiser after reading My Awesome Summer by P. Mantis, by Paul Meisel.
The Cricket in Times Square may be the perfect book for Charlotte’s Web devotees.
Here is book for both girls and boys that not only teaches kids to work together but introduces them to a world of knowledge about a very specific insect that typically does not get the opportunity to star in a children’s book, the cockroach.
Both ABC Animals and Spot the Animals: A Lift-the-Flap Book of Colors are recommended for toddlers, and make unique gifts.
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Artist Jennifer Angus, known for her Victorian-inspired exhibits of insect specimens, brings her distinctive sensibility to the pages of her first novel (published by Albert Whitman & Company). Angus discusses her inspiration for the book: the use of bugs to create art.
Author Showcase By Mary G Thompson, for The Children’s Book Review Published: June 23, 2012 My first novel, Wuftoom, is about…