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Michael Grant Apr 17
Does anyone know of any books that follow a ‘book within a book’ narrative? I know of Wolves by Emily Gravett. Any more?
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Brian Gehrlein🦊 Apr 18
Research Question: Which two would be most popular for boys K-2nd grad in a picture book: (vote for two in comment) Aliens Chickens Dinosaurs Robots Lions Sharks Superheroes Cavemen Trains Wizards
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Audrey Press 4h
Experience the magical and true story of a family of foxes that took up residence right in the front yard of the author and publisher, Valarie Budayr.
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Monica Acker Apr 8
I feel so excited after completing a first draft. It will take many revisions before it is ready for the world, but right now I created something on a blank page. That is an accomplishment worth feeling good about.
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Face in a Book Apr 14
Saturday, April 27 is ! Join us for treats and giveaways – and a special presentation and booksigning from 1-2 pm with Caldecott Honoree Christian Robinson, author/illustrator of Another!
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kate o'd 13h
Only two kids’ books reviewed in today’s (Melb) papers today. (In the Sun) For those in other parts of the country, what was covered in your paper?
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Carrie Pearson Apr 19
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Gina's Library Apr 10
are a great way to introduce the love of books to small children. Reading the same picture books to them over and over also helps with the first step of learning to which is repetition.
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Lorraine Ansell 6h
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Brian Gehrlein🦊 Apr 11
NEW PICTURE BOOK SPOTLIGHT! Author Spotlight & giveaway w/ David LaRochelle! Thanks for the giveaway of Isle of You! Contest ends 4/15 RT w/ comment Or Comment on post & subscribe!
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Ashley Franklin Apr 17
Want to know how my unboxing really went? Here goes:
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Mr T's NQT support Apr 15
*Daily Tip* When introducing or discussing the British Value of individual liberty. "The granny who wasn't like other grannies" is a great book. It encapsulates the essence of this brilliantly.
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toshi Apr 9
Hi! My name is Toshiki Nakamura. I am an illustrator working both in animation and children's books! Repped by Thanks! 💼: ✉️: artoftoshi@gmail.com
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Elena Apr 8
It is my blog anniversary!!! Thank YOU sooooo much for supporting me and reading my recommendations. Check back later for my latest book review! 📚
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Amy Sparkes Apr 1
**RHYMING PICTURE BOOK WRITERS** I'm offering 3 the chance to look at scansion in your rhyming (first 2 verses). To enter, reply with book title and RETWEET. (It's not to gain followers, so only follow if you wish). Closes: Tues 9th April 7pm GMT
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Keen Bee Studio 12m
Woot from to we love them all -- Picture Books are My Jam - Reading & Librarian T-shirt | Super-Soft, Vintage-Feel Tshirt | Libraries | Gift for Librarians | Bookish Shirt
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Lynne Russell Apr 5
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Everyone Can Learn Math Apr 6
Looking for something educational for Easter baskets? This isn’t just a book about learning math - this is a book about perseverance. This is a life lesson for all children. Available in hardcover, paperback, and ebook from all online retailers.
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Nadia Shireen Apr 2
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Dudley Doodle Books 4h
Our Dinky Doodle enjoyed The Rhyming Rabbit Easter book trail Happy Easter everyone!
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