In Sara and the Pooka, author Russ Fugal introduces readers to young Sara, an intrepid adventurer on a mission. This first installment will leave young readers wanting to learn more of Sara and how she eventually finds her way home.
The book is a gripping read that will attract older teens who are able to contextualize the detailed descriptions of violence, adult topics and language, and small-town conflict that was indicative of the era
Review sponsored by A.D. Thompkins, M.S., BCBA
The Children’s Book Review | April 17, 2018
Maya and Her Behavior Therapist
Written by A.D. Thompkins, M.S., BCBA
Illustrated by Hezekiah Johnson
Age Range: 6+
Paperback: 48 pages
Publisher: Soothing Waterfalls Books
What to expect: Autism, Behavior
Maya and Her Behavior Therapist is a picture book that explores
In No Night-Night, author Zena Bailey-Harris writes a simple story with a surprising twist: it is simultaneously translated into American Sign Language (ASL) through the use of ingenious illustrations.