Bear and Fred: A World War II Story By Iris Argaman illustrated by Avi Ofer & Translated By Annette Appel

Back of Book:Based on true events and beautifully illustrated, this is the story of a friendship that will last forever—told by Fred’s best friend, his beloved teddy bear.During World War II, Fred must leave his home and live in hiding, apart from the rest of his family, but he always keeps Bear by his side.Continue reading “Bear and Fred: A World War II Story By Iris Argaman illustrated by Avi Ofer & Translated By Annette Appel”

Travel Guide for Monsters By Lori Degman & Dave Szalay

Back of Book:Taking your monster on a road trip this summer? Or letting your favorite beast tag along on a family beach vacation? Wherever you and your monster are traveling, Travel Guide for Monsters is full of essential tips to help you both enjoy the sights from coast to coast–and avoid monster-related mishaps.My Review:I receivedContinue reading “Travel Guide for Monsters By Lori Degman & Dave Szalay”

Rescuing the Declaration of Independence: How We Almost Lost the Words That Built America By Anna Crowley Redding & Edwin Fotheringham

Back of Book: These are the words that helped found our nation. Today the Declaration of Independence is one of the United States’ most heavily guarded treasures, but during the War of 1812 it would have been destroyed if not for one man whose story has nearly been forgotten by time. Come along on thisContinue reading “Rescuing the Declaration of Independence: How We Almost Lost the Words That Built America By Anna Crowley Redding & Edwin Fotheringham”

Rosie: Stronger than Steel written and illustrated By Lindsay Ward

Back of Book: Built by women in the United States and sent to England to dig and plow alongside female farmers during World War II, Rosie the tractor does whatever is needed to support the war effort. She works day and night to help grow crops for the troops…even when she has to hide inContinue reading “Rosie: Stronger than Steel written and illustrated By Lindsay Ward”

Madame Saqui: Revolutionary Rope Dancer By Lisa Robinson & Rebecca Green

Back of Book: In revolutionary France, a girl named Marguerite Lalanne longed to perform above large crowds on a tightrope, just like her acrobatic parents. Sneaking off to the fairgrounds for secret tightrope walking lessons, Marguerite finessed her performance skills, ultimately performing for crowds as a young rope dancer. And eventually, Marguerite would perform asContinue reading “Madame Saqui: Revolutionary Rope Dancer By Lisa Robinson & Rebecca Green”