Book Reviews

age 6+
Beautiful art befits charming friendship story set in Paris.
By Mo Willems
(2015)
age 5+
Guests wait while princess fights monsters in fun sequel.
By Shannon Hale, Dean Hale
(2015)
age 4+
So hysterical that kids will almost forget to hate nap time.
By Mo Willems
(2015)
age 4+
Giggly series installment taps into common kid frustration.
By Mo Willems
(2014)
age 5+
Funny twins serve up smiles in third book.
By Grace Lin
(2014)
age 7+
Sweet adventure focuses on friendship and care of animals.
By Elise Allen, Halle Stanford
(2014)
age 6+
Cuteness, silliness, not much plot in Chicken Squad sequel.
By Doreen Cronin
(2014)
age 10+
More adventure, romance as Annie and Liam help Snow White.
By E.D. Baker
(2014)
age 4+
Simple lesson about old and new friends is so fun.
By Mo Willems
(2014)
age 9+
A girls-vs.-boys twist in magic-filled sequel.
By Soman Chainani
(2014)
age 8+
Sweet, silly, swashbuckling end to fairy-tale saga.
By Christopher Healy
(2014)
age 4+
Unlikely friends play pretend in straightforward story.
By Mo Willems
(2013)
age 8+
Adventure, sweetness, peril, some loss in fairy tale sequel.
By Chris Colfer
(2013)
age 10+
Second in alt princess series sparkles with wit, girl power.
By E.D. Baker
(2013)
age 8+
Wacky, gripping sequel has slapstick, swordplay, sweetness.
By Christopher Healy
(2013)
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age 6+
Gentle, relatable tale of first grader's adventures, trials.
By Johanna Hurwitz
(2012)
age 4+
Upbeat tale of friendship is great for beginning readers.
By Olivier Dunrea
(2009)
age 7+
Fun tale of girls creating camp fosters independent play.
By Annie Barrows
(2012)
age 7+
Girls start a newspaper in fun, mischievous adventure.
By Annie Barrows
(2011)
age 3+
Talking-dog adventure builds vocabulary, teaches sharing.
By Susan Meddaugh
(2010)

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