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Classic Reading for Kids Book Reviews/3 Books Giveaway – Ends March 14thby mymcbooks
Family Literacy and You & Mymcbooks Blog welcome you to our 2nd Annual Classic Reading for Kids Event March 11 - 17th Join Mymcbooks http://mymcbooks.wordpress.com/category/classic-reading-for-kids/ and Classic Children’s Books http://familyliteracy2.blogspot.com/ as we continue to celebrate the classics this week.
Jack Hunter Secret of the King by Martin King.
About the Book: A castle, chilling graveyards, secret passageways, historical clues and hidden treasure.
Alex and Tony Learn To Be Gentlemen by Antonee Boykin and Illustrated by Dia Reddo
The Taste of Snow by Stephen V. Masse
In keeping with the celebration of Black History Month, Mymcbooks is giveaway four books to 1 lucky winner.
Metal Man by Aaron Reynolds
Sparksliterally fly asDevonmakes the leap from observer to creator. With the help of the Metal Man, canDevonweld a sculpture of his own, or will the scrap metal amount to a pile of junk as his Mom suspects? The unique voice and gritty illustrations capture the urban atmosphere and the heat of the welder's torch.
Oni's Good Hair Day
Oni was very excited about going to the Alphabet Kids Afterschool Center for the first time, But when Allegra hurt her feelings, she did not want to go back. What happens the next day? Find out what happens in Oni's Good Hair Day
Home Now by Lesley Beake
Sieta remembers a happy home far away over the mountains, but now she is living with her Aunty in a place she must call Home Now. Her new home is a busy, friendly place but Sieta can't seem to smile. One day she meets an orphaned baby elephant at the elephant park, Sieta begins to see things in a different light. This book includes a note about the plight of millions of African children who, just like Sieta, have lost their parents to the AIDS epidemic.
The Dream and the Struggle: Separate but not Equal by Jim Haskins
A moving history of the struggle of African-Americans for equal education rights from colonial times to the present, from the award-winning author of over eighty nonfiction books for young readers.
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The Keeper (Christian Amish Fiction) by Suzanne Fisher Woods #review - Read 2 learn how to get a FREE eBook! 2/9 only! http://tiny.cc/ochjv
Inviting you to join me for my interview as the owner of TreasureLine Publishing and enter for a chance to win awesome self-pub Book Services products being given away (a paperback format, kindle format and cover, full book cover design. 3 prizes--3winners) today only - everyone welcome: http://mormonmommywriters.blogspot.com/2012/01/saturday-stories-lin...
Book Review/Giveaway: Princess Reborn Chapter 1. Ends Jan 31sthttp://mymcbooks.wordpress.com/2012/01/18/book-reviewgiveaway-princess-reborn-chapter-1-ends/#respond
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