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As a lover of children's literature, mother and bookseller of 13 years, I want to put good books into kid's hands. I share my philosophy on what makes a book good as well as book reviews and lists of great books for every reading taste and ability with a focus on new readers. I also highlight some wonderful books that are not always on the shelf at bookstores, but might be at your library and can definitely be ordered. All books mentioned are available in paperback unless noted.
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1. Good News Bad News by Jeff Mack, Fortunately by Remy Charlip, That's Good, That's Bad by Margery Cuyler and David Catrow AND Suddenly! by Colin McNaughton

I never realized there was a wealth of "reversal of fortune" picture books until Good News Bad News by Jeff Mack showed up in my mail box. Reading this wonderful new book inspired me to visit my own bookshelf and write a group review of all the fantastic picture books about assumptions and perspectives. Besides being just plain fun, these books can be the start of an interesting conversation

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2. A World of Food by Carl Warner

Besides the fact that I love any book about food, I just love the dedication to Carl Warner's new book A World of Food: Discover Magical Lands Made of Things You Can Eat - "To all children who love to play with their food." I don't think you could ask for a better combination of fantastic scenarios combined with scrumptious foods (although not pictured here, there is a whole landscape made

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