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Review: How Do You Spell Unfair? by Carole Boston Weatherford

Review: How Do You Spell Unfair? by Carole Boston Weatherford

Nonfiction Children’s Book Review How Do You Spell Unfair? by Carole Boston Weatherford and illustrated by Frank Morrison is full of lots of opportunities for learning. From Black history to vocabulary to coping with disappointment, this nonfiction children’s book packs a big impact for readers young and old. How Do You Spell Unfair? is the […]

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Review: The Big Move By Latoyoua Topping

Review: The Big Move By Latoyoua Topping

Posted January 25, 2024 by Richetta in Book Reviews, Children's Books

I had the pleasure of reviewing The Big Move by Latoyoua Topping for my third year participating in the Multicultural Children’s Book Day celebration. Be sure to check out the details after this review for ways you can participate in Multicultural Children’s Book Day and attend the celebration Thursday, Jan. 25 at 9pm EST. Adjusting […]

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Review: Old to Joy by Anita Crawford Clark

Review: Old to Joy by Anita Crawford Clark

Posted January 25, 2024 by Richetta in Book Reviews, Children's Books

I’m back celebrating my third year as a Multicultural Children’s Book Day reviewer! I’m excited to share my thoughts on Old to Joy by Anita Crawford Clark. Be sure to check out the details after this review for ways you can participate in Multicultural Children’s Book Day and attend the celebration Thursday, Jan. 25 at […]

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Check Out These Christmas KidLit Recommendations

Check Out These Christmas KidLit Recommendations

Posted December 22, 2023 by Richetta in Book Themes, Themed Reading List

Here are a few last minute Christmas Kidlit book recommendations while you are still out shopping and the library is still open! I’ve categorized them in case you are looking for something in particular. Merry Christmas! Advent Stories Christmas Carols Soooo How Does Santa… The Night Before Christmas Spreading Christmas Joy The Day After… Older […]

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