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Category Archives: Mini Pretzels

Reviews for Something About A Bear & What Every Child Needs To Know About Punk Rock

Something About A Bear Author: Jackie Morris, Illustrator: Jackie Morris Publisher:Frances Lincoln $17.99, 9781847805164 With huge, richly detailed pictures (who knew watercolors could make so many different kinds of brown?) and a lucid and near-poetic text, Morris describes the lives … Continue reading

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Any Questions? by Marie-Louise Gay from Groundwood Books

Many children want to know where stories come from and how a book is made. Marie-Louise Gay’s new picture book provides them with some delightfully inspiring answers in a fictional encounter between an author and some very curious children, who … Continue reading

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Monster Win’s Mom’s Choice Gold Award!

A humongous congratulations to Paul Czajak & the Scarletta team on Monster’s Mom’s Choice Gold Award! Don’t forget to get a copy of Monster Needs A Christmas Tree in time for Christmas! It’s almost Christmastime, and Monster needs a tree. … Continue reading

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NCIBA 2014

The Publishers Group West team attend NCIBA at the South San Francisco Convention Center last week.  The four titles that were presented for the Kids Rep Picks are as follows: Picture This – A favorite read-aloud WINTER CANDLE Author: Jeron … Continue reading

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Publishers Weekly Reviews The Misshapes from Polis Books

“Writing as Flynn, first-time novelists Stuart Sherman and Elisabeth Donnelly make a strong debut with this trilogy opener, set in a world populated by superhumans. Fifteen-year-old Sarah Robertson can control the weather with her emotions and yearns to attend Hero … Continue reading

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Wheels of Change from Creston Books

“Gr 4–6—Emily Soper is a 12-year-old who lives in a time of transformation. She sees big changes coming in Washington, DC in 1908—from women’s suffrage to the invention of the automobile. She is even going through a time of personal … Continue reading

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Horrible Hauntings from Goosebottom Books

Halloween is almost here and we love this spooky book because it brings ghosts to life with interactive augmented reality. By downloading a free app and using your smartphone or tablet to view each luscious illustration, you can summon and … Continue reading

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Malala Yousafzai talks about The Breadwinner & Mud City from Groundwood Books
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Weirdo from House of Anansi

Weirdo is an atmospheric thriller about a teenage girl convicted of murder in a 1980s seaside town and the private investigator who reopens the case to discover that she may not have acted alone . . . Corinne Woodrow was … Continue reading

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Where there is food, there will be laughter (and crumbs). In more than 40 exuberant poems and “vandalized” photographs, you’ll meet a city kid who fantasizes about farming on a stoop, a girl with crumpets and crêpes in her head, … Continue reading

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