Tuesday, May 29, 2018

What I Read This Week 5/29/2018

A friendly & uplifting look at a flag many kids may have seen before. The colorful illustrations reflect the tone of the story and I especially like the inclusion of real-life photographs at the end of the story.


Sweet rhyming story for more science-minded friends. Fan's of Andrea Beaty's books (Rosie Revere, Ada Twist, and Iggy Peck) will also enjoy this one.


A really fun seasons book. I loved the illustrations and the rhyming adds a fun touch.


Super sweet story about the importance of friendship (and sharing carrots). 


Really unique illustrations in a non-fiction book that would make a great bedtime story or storytime read aloud for pre-schoolers.


Loved this one- really reminded me of Natalie Russell's Lost for Words. Very sweet plot about finding your place in a group of  friends and fun, detailed illustrations.

Very sweet twist on a traditional fairy tale. I think the updated illustrations are a huge boost that makes this story a more timely version of classics like King and King.








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