Book Reviews

age 4+
Bus driver takes riders home after a busy day.
By Maryann Cocca-Leffler
(2000)
age 6+
Madonna's first book has good message for grade-schoolers.
By Madonna
(2003)
age 2+
Comforting illustrations and sweet verse.
By Debi Gliori
(1995)
age 4+
Twisting story of loyalty and humility.
By V. J. Pacilo
(2000)
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age 2+
A great book about making friends.
By Jez Alborough
(1998)
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age 4+
Best for children dealing with moves.
By Bernard Waber
(1988)
age 4+
Engaging stories spotlight charming, relatable characters.
By Arnold Lobel
(1970)
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age 4+
Classic, sensitive parable about selflessness.
By Shel Silverstein
(1964)
age 4+
The ever-ingratiating Lyle charms again.
By Bernard Waber
(1987)
age 13+
Fast-moving pulp fiction.
By Caroline B. Cooney
(1995)
age 7+
Timeless classic about Toad's adventures and his friends.
By Kenneth Grahame
(1969)
age 4+
Clever writing keeps this humorous tale on target.
By Kevin Henkes
(1986)
age 11+
Funny and sensitive story of friendship.
By Walter Dean Myers
(1975)
age 4+
A charming tale of friendship and loyalty.
By Joy Cowley
(1999)
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age 9+
Lets readers walk in the shoes of a tweenage girl.
By Patricia Reilly Giff
(1997)
age 4+
Teaches important lessons about faith, friendship.
By Virginia Lee Burton
(1939)
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age 11+
Fifth-grade girls learn tolerance and compassion.
By Virginia Hamilton
(1999)
age 12+
Second book in friendship series is a good fit for teens.
By Ann Brashares
(2003)
age 8+
A unique format that appeals to kids.
By Marissa Moss
(1999)
age 7+
Amelia learns a lesson from identity crisis.
By Marissa Moss
(1999)

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