Kids Recommendations

Written by Published on Wed, 11/23/2016 - 1:41pm

A poor, lost bear ends up at Paddington train station in London, England with a sign reading, “Please look after this bear.  Thank you.” He meets Mr. and Mrs. Brown who proceed to bring him home and try to include him in their household.  Enjoy this classic tale of a lost Peruvian bear who finds his way.   

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Written by Published on Wed, 11/16/2016 - 12:46pm

Do you have an animal lover in your home, someone who wants to know everything about animals? This is the book for you. Author and illustrator Steve Jenkins compares facts for many animals and answers questions such as, how many species there are in the world, and how far animals can travel. Recommended for Grades 2 and up. 

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Written by Published on Wed, 11/09/2016 - 7:16pm

Caitlin has lost her older brother Devon to a tragic incident at the local middle school and she's having a hard time understanding how to feel.  Caitlin has Asperger's and things typically seem black and white, but now she is at a loss and her grieving dad isn't any help.  When Caitlin reads the definition of closure she decides that is what she needs, but finding it is harder than she expected. (Grades 4-6 School Library Journal)

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