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Margo's Blog: The Fourth Musketeer - Recent Posts
8/8/2014Blog Tour: About Parrots: A Guide for Children, by Cathryn Sill (Peachtree Press, 2014) (0 Comments )
Recommended for children 3 and up.With the adoption of Common Core nationwide, we are already starting to see increased demand at our library for nonfiction resources for children, particularly for books suitable for kindergarten and first grade.... Read the rest of this post
8/4/2014Book Review: Freedom Summer: the 1964 Struggle for Civil Rights in Mississippi, by Susan Goldman Rubin (Holiday House, 2014) (0 Comments )
In this well researched book, author Susan Goldman Rubin takes us back to 1964 Mississippi, when the nation was shocked by the disappearance--and discovery of the murder--of three Freedom Summer workers.  The Freedom Summer workers were... Read the rest of this post
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1. Chicken Big (Hardcover)
    Author: Keith Graves
    Publisher: Chronicle Books
Ages 4-8 9/12/2010
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Margo said: This is an absolutely hilarious re-telling of Chicken Little, perfect for lovers of fractured fairy tales or for anyone looking for a great read-aloud for kids from 4 to 8. Older children will also en...more
tags: I read , I recommend
214 Reviews  
2. Perfectly Arugula (Hardcover)
    Illustrator: Sarah Dillard
    Publisher: Sterling
Ages 4-8 5/11/2010
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Margo said: This cute picture book tells the story of Arugula, a perfectionist hedgehog, who seems like an unlikely heroine for a children’s book until you see her depicted with her hedgehog quills combed just ...more
tags: I read , read , hedgehog , party
12 Reviews  
3. Really, Really Big Questions (Hardcover)
    Author: Stephen Law
    Publisher: Kingfisher
Ages 9-12 5/11/2010
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Margo said: Written by a British professor of philosophy, this is a book on life’s big questions aimed at the junior philosophy set. The book features a lively text and a retro 1950’s cartoon-style design, t...more
tags: philosophy , read
38 Reviews  
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Comment by Eric Hammond on 2/16/2010 at 7:09 AM:
Hello, Margo.
Welcome to JacketFlap.

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