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The Somethingosaur – Tony Mitton

The Somethingosaur is a delightful rhyming tale that features a brave little newborn creature who is on the search for his family and his home during the time of the dinosaurs. This book is beautifully illustrated and includes a fun surprise at the end for the reader. This one is a winner!

Title: The Somethingosaur Author:

Tony Mitton, Russell Ayto,

Genre:

Juvenile Fiction

Publisher:

Harpercollinschildren Sbooks

Release Date:

October 8, 2014

Pages:

32

Grit and Grace: Devotions for Warrior Moms – Suzanne Hadley Gosselin and Gretta Kennedy

Grit and Grace is a ninety day devotional that provides encouragement for mothers. The book is filled with short highly relatable devotions that are coupled with a scripture and a prayer. This book would make a lovely gift for a new mom.

While this complimentary book was provided for review by Harvest House Publishers, no […]

Blogging Holiday

Looking forward to an extra special day of fun with our little lady today! My next new review will be posted on February 20th.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Little Mouse’s Big Valentine – Thacher Hurd

This is my favorite Valentine’s Day book in our collection. Little Mouse has a very big valentine that he wants to share, but none of his friends are interested because it is just too big. As he ponders how to solve his dilemma, Little Mouse makes a new friend and together they come up with […]

Secrets of Stargazing: Skywatching Tips and Tricks – Becky Ramotowski

This little gem is the perfect guide for beginning stargazers of all ages. It is filled with details about selecting the right telescope and how to use it. It also provides guidance for successful stargazing. This book is the perfect gift for anyone who enjoys astronomy!

Title: Secrets of Stargazing Author: Becky Ramotowski Genre: Nature Publisher:

Sky Publishing Corporation

Release Date:

2007

Pages:

98

The Library Book – Susan Orlean

The Library Book is a fascinating book. It details the terrible fire that consumed the Central Branch of Los Angeles Public Library in 1986, but it also serves as a love letter to libraries. It introduces the reader to a variety of different librarians from the past to the present and provides insight regarding how […]