Book Reviews

AGE
7
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Zany hijinks disguise terrific storytelling lesson.
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By Nick Bruel
(2014)
AGE
12
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Painful, relatable look at teen's family and diet struggles.
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By K.A. Barson
(2013)
AGE
8
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Trip to enchanted world excites learning in kids' classic.
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By Norton Juster
(1961)
AGE
9
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Only parents know when it's time for this book.
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By Robie H. Harris
(2004)
AGE
11
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Girl-geek makeover tale with a great healthy eating message.
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By Robin Brande
(2009)
AGE
14
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Eating disorder read is a great conversation starter.
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By Liane Shaw
(2009)
AGE
5
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Curious kids will appreciate the honest facts-of-life book.
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By Robie H. Harris
(2006)
AGE
13
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Disturbing, lauded eating disorder read; discuss with teens.
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By Laurie Halse Anderson
(2009)
AGE
13
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Eating disorder recovery tale is raw and honest.
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By Sarah Darer Littman
(2009)
AGE
10
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Lavish handbook introduces Greek characters and myths.
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By Clint Twist, Dugald A. Steer, Lady Hestia Evans
(2009)
AGE
4
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Fascinating look at many types of libraries.
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By Julie Cummins
(2008)
AGE
4
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Comical, kid-friendly book has fun with manners.
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By Whoopi Goldberg
(2006)
AGE
4
QUALITY
 
Post family helps young kids mind their Ps and Qs.
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By Cindy Post Senning, Ed.D., Peggy Post
(2006)
AGE
5
QUALITY
 
Silly sentences keep kids laughing without pause.
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By Lynne Truss
(2006)
AGE
12
QUALITY
 
Fast Food Nation for kids is quite meaty.
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By Charles Wilson, Eric Schlosser
(2006)
AGE
2
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Peek in the zoo good for preschoolers.
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By Tana Hoban
(1985)
AGE
11
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Brief, commonsense explanations.
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By Richard Platt
(1992)
AGE
2
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Ideal for stimulating imaginations.
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By Margaret Miller
(1990)
AGE
2
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Adults might get squeamish, but kids will love it.
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By Taro Gomi
(1993)