In Leighton Learns Patience, by Jessica Hansen, readers will meet a little girl they can almost certainly relate to and watch her grow into a new skill.
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Snoodles in Space is a fun and funny introduction to science fiction for young readers with some great classroom or home discussion talking points.
The latest in the Alycat series, Alycat and the Saturday Sleepover, guides readers to think about speculation, anticipation, and dealing with the unknown.
Ghosts of Autumn, by Amy Gorder, is a fun and edifying ghost story—readers in the Sacramento area will find it especially compelling.
Escape the Mummy’s Tomb: Crack The Codes, Solve The Puzzles, And Make Your Escape! is sure to keep readers entertained and learning time and time again.
Funny, quirky, and fun, Six Thousand Doughnuts invites readers to think outside the box about how to treat others when we pursue our desires.
My Name Is Not Ed Tug, by Amy Nielander, is an enjoyable, gently humorous way to introduce young readers to ideas about identity and diversity.
The latest edition in the Lady Lucy’s Quest series, Lady Lucy’s Morgan Horse Quest, is a story about teamwork, friendship, and making space for others.
Nanushka is Missing is fun to read and instructive to discuss—a promising first book in what will hopefully be an engaging series.
Ripley’s Missing Locket is an engaging and instructive way to help young readers think about family, possessions, and perspective.