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<p>Luisa LaFleur reviews bilingual books for The Children’s Book Review to help parents choose the best books for their budding linguists. She was born in Argentina, attended school in NYC and speaks three foreign languages–Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. Formerly an editor in NYC, Luisa is currently a stay-at-home mom to two little ones.</p>

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What’s at the End of Your Nose? is a great starting point to spark discussion about one’s environment and finding magic in the ordinary.

In The Splendid Baron Submarine, author Eric Bower regales readers with the adventurous tales of Waldo Baron and his quirky family. This is the second installment in the aptly named Bizarre Baron Inventions series.

In Here’s How to Deal: The Dance Dilemma, the aim is to help middle schoolers navigate their changing social environments by providing them with a set of common hurdles and tools to overcome them.

Monsterland, by Michael Okon, is a fast-paced story will delight fans of dystopian fiction and horror stories.