Book Reviews

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age 4+
 
Mischievous, mind-expanding verbal high jinks.
By Dr. Seuss
(1955)
age 4+
 
Wacky birds roost in every nook and cranny.
By Dr. Seuss
(1953)
age 4+
 
A well-written chapter book filled with humor.
By Cynthia Rylant
(1998)
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age 4+
 
The simplicity and verve encourage participation.
By Dr. Seuss
(1974)
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age 4+
 
An appealing main character and plenty of action.
By Gene Zion
(2000)
age 4+
 
Simple, humorous text with kid-friendly drawings.
By Gene Zion
(1978)
age 4+
 
Everyone comes out a winner in delightful story.
By Gene Zion
(1976)
age 4+
 
A whimsical tale with a stirring message.
By Dr. Seuss
(1954)
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age 2+
 
Dr. Seuss on a walk through land of opposites.
By Dr. Seuss
(1968)
age 4+
 
Seuss at his most transporting and welcoming.
By Dr. Seuss
(1956)
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age 4+
 
A dazzling beginning reader by Dr. Seuss.
By Dr. Seuss
(1963)
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age 4+
 
A better and brighter zoo than the ones we know.
By Dr. Seuss
(1950)
age 4+
 
Expressive, loveable characters are fun to watch.
By Arnold Lobel
(1971)
age 4+
 
Excellent beginning reader for kids.
By Arnold Lobel
(1976)
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age 14+
 
A hard-boiled depiction of life in the ghetto.
By Walter Dean Myers
(1981)
age 4+
 
A childhood favorite for good reason.
By Dr. Seuss
(1960)
age 6+
 
Amelia Bedelia's predicaments keep kids engaged.
By Peggy Parish
(1971)
age 4+
 
A solid early reader with lots of kid appeal.
By Maurice Sendak
(1962)
age 4+
 
Gently addresses children's fear of abandonment.
By William Steig
(2000)
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age 6+
 
Literal-minded housekeeper in fun easy reader.
By Peggy Parish
(1969)

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