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Tag Archives: children's books
Book of January 28, 2010
Late January and February are when the Great Horned Owls are courting, hooting their way around my house.
Book of January 19, 2010
A children’s classic makes a very good hat.
Book of January 2, 2010
In our house, eating the fruit as you pick it is called “pulling a Sal”.
Book of December 22, 2009
Perhaps the definitive study of American urbanization and suburbanization. No, really. Also has great pictures.
Book of December 17, 2009
Three babies and the people who love them.
Book of December 8, 2009
Link goes to the board book, because this one will get read a lot by those with little, clumsy fingers: the cute, detailed pictures link one to the next, in a way that will keep young eyes very busy.
Book of December 5, 2009
In honor of today’s weather, which involves awful things falling from my sky over most of the eastern US.
Book of December 1, 2009
A soothing book about international adoption, traveling to the family that chose you.
Book of November 25, 2009
A is for Apple, as everyone knows/Can you follow this one wherever it goes?
Book of November 19, 2009
The war is over and there is no money, but Anna's mother trades some of their old things to get Anna a new coat.