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I must admit, the cover of this made me laugh out loud when I opened the package. It happened to be on a tough Wednesday afternoon.
Weird Animals by Mary Kay Carson. 26 p. Sterling Children's Books, January, 2019. 9781454929673.
Publisher synopsis: Slime-oozing slugs, red-lipped fish, spine-covered bugs, and tubed-nosed bats. These animals are weird-and AWESOME! But have you ever wondered why they look so strange? Find out!
Publisher synopsis: Chaya Lindner is a teenager living in Nazi-occupied Poland. Simply being Jewish places her in danger of being killed or sent to the camps. After her little sister is taken away, her younger brother disappears, and her parents all but give up hope, Chaya is determined to make a difference. Using forged papers and her fair features, Chaya becomes a courier and travels between the Jewish ghettos of Poland, smuggling food, papers, and even people.
Where Birdie Lives written and illustrated by Elena Tsvetaeva. unpgd board book. Clever Publishing, January, 2019. 978194818003.
Publisher synopsis: Perfect for toddlers who love to play as they read, this adorable interactive picture book is sure to entertain children and their parents! This heartwarming tale tells the readers about the quest of an endearing little puppy in search of a birdie. The young reader is challenged to solve a mystery and to look for a birdie under each flap, and then be delighted to find it at the very end.
I actually read this with my ears back in October and found it almost unbearably suspenseful. So happy to have it for review.
Purchased: I have started a shopping cart for my gift cards but have not hit send yet.
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