Tag Archive: Toon Books

New Books Inspired by Old Prints: Guest Post by Kevin McCloskey

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We are excited to have Kevin McCloskey as our guest author today. When his first book, We Dig Worms, was published in 2015, I almost didn’t read it. Worms are gross! They haven’t… Continue reading

Graphic Novels for Elementary

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I have recently been seeing a lot of new graphic novels coming across my desk this season. These are always exciting for me to take a look at and see what could possibly… Continue reading

For the Birds

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Spring is here, and it has me thinking about birds. They wake me up in the morning with their songs, keep me company in my backyard, and even keep my cat entertained as… Continue reading

Graphic Novels for Younger Readers

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When I think about graphic novels, what comes to my mind first are the comic-book style graphic novels geared towards older students.  But, there are many fun, interesting, and educational titles for our… Continue reading

Mindy’s 2013 Top Ten

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This is the most difficult post I’ll write for Books in Bloom all year.  How do I narrow down the list of books I’ve loved this year to just a top ten?!  Last… Continue reading

Rainy Day Stories

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During the last week of school I joined my daughter’s preschool class on their Celebration Day field trip to a park a few blocks from the school.  The kids had only been playing… Continue reading

Three Humorous Graphic Novels for Kids

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I mostly read realistic teen fiction, and often these books deal with young people in difficult situations. Frankly, sometimes I need a bit of a break from the heavy stuff. Maybe you do… Continue reading

Book Review: The Secret of the Stone Frog

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The Secret of the Stone Frog by David Nytra. September 2012. 9781935179184. Gr. 3-6. Last year, my local public library held a week of programs related to Alice in Wonderland.  I brought my daughter… Continue reading