ODD DOG OUT, by Rob Biddulph, Harper Collins Publishers

Ingenious and Delightful! It’s a dog’s life in the big city… Come join one busy dog on her journey to find her place in the world, in this third sublimely illustrated book from the bestselling, award-winning Rob Biddulph.For busy dogsA busy dayOf busy workAnd busy play But one dog doesn’t quite fit in. It’s lonely … Continue reading ODD DOG OUT, by Rob Biddulph, Harper Collins Publishers

THE SAME BUT DIFFERENT TOO, by Karl Newson, Illustrated by Kate Hindley, Nosy Crow/Candlewick Press

A Celebration of all the wonderfully different and similar things that make us who we are. Out May 2019 32 Pages MY THOUGHTS: I received this book in exchange for my honest review. I requested this book to read and review because it happened to come across my desk when my daughter, who is special … Continue reading THE SAME BUT DIFFERENT TOO, by Karl Newson, Illustrated by Kate Hindley, Nosy Crow/Candlewick Press

CREATURE FEATURES, illustrated by Natasha Durley, Big Picture Press/Candlewick Press

Big, Bold, Board Book Vibrantly illustrated by new talent Natasha Durley, this is an animal book with a difference. Each page is bursting with unusual creatures united by a common characteristic. From enormous ears to humongous horns, from elephants to earwigs, this eclectic collection celebrates the diversity and the commonality of the animal kingdom. And … Continue reading CREATURE FEATURES, illustrated by Natasha Durley, Big Picture Press/Candlewick Press

A NEW HOME, by Tania de Regil, Candlewick Press

As a girl in Mexico City and a boy in New York City ponder moving to each other's locale, it becomes clear that the two cities -- and the two children -- are more alike than they might think. But I'm not sure I want to leave my home. I'm going to miss so much. … Continue reading A NEW HOME, by Tania de Regil, Candlewick Press

ONCE WE WERE STRANGERS: WHAT FRIENDSHIP WITH A SYRIAN REFUGEE TAUGHT ME ABOUT LOVING MY NEIGHBOR, by Shawn Smucker, Fleming H. Revell Company/Baker Publishing Group

In 2012, Mohammad fled his Syrian village along with his wife and four sons, escaping to Jordan through the wilderness. Four years later he sat across from Shawn Smucker in a small conference room in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Though neither of them knew it, Mohammad had arrived in Shawn's life just in time. This is the … Continue reading ONCE WE WERE STRANGERS: WHAT FRIENDSHIP WITH A SYRIAN REFUGEE TAUGHT ME ABOUT LOVING MY NEIGHBOR, by Shawn Smucker, Fleming H. Revell Company/Baker Publishing Group