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here's our storefront, including the tree we yarnbombed for Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen when they came to our store in March 2012 to promote their book "Extra Yarn."

here's our storefront, including the tree we yarnbombed for Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen when they came to our store in March 2012 to promote their book "Extra Yarn."

The One And Only Ivan.....by Katherine Applegate an extremely quick read. It's a book for elementary age students but everyone should read it.

The Ultimate Backseat Bookshelf: 100 Must-Reads For Kids 9-14

The One And Only Ivan.....by Katherine Applegate an extremely quick read. It's a book for elementary age students but everyone should read it.

Winter Sky by Patricia Reilly Giff

Winter Sky by Patricia Reilly Giff

Sirens! A scary sound, especially to Siria, whose brave pop is a firefighter. Siria loves everyone at Pop's city firehouse. She also loves to study...

The Boston Molasses Disaster, also known as the Great Molasses Flood and the Great Boston Molasses Tragedy, occurred on January 15, 1919, in the North End neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts in the United States. A large molasses storage tank burst, and a wave of molasses rushed through the streets at an estimated 35 mph (56 km/h), killing 21 and injuring 150. The event has entered local folklore, and residents claim that on hot summer days, the area still smells of molasses.

The Boston Molasses Disaster, also known as the Great Molasses Flood and the Great Boston Molasses Tragedy, occurred on January 15, 1919, in the North End neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts in the United States. A large molasses storage tank burst, and a wave of molasses rushed through the streets at an estimated 35 mph (56 km/h), killing 21 and injuring 150. The event has entered local folklore, and residents claim that on hot summer days, the area still smells of molasses.

Miss Moore thought otherwise : how Anne Carroll Moore created libraries for children / written by Jan Pinborough ; illustrated by Debby Atwell

Miss Moore thought otherwise : how Anne Carroll Moore created libraries for children / written by Jan Pinborough ; illustrated by Debby Atwell

Relates the story of an elephant seal named Elizabeth that was transferred from the Avon River in Christchurch, New Zealand, to the ocean, but found her way back to the city.

Relates the story of an elephant seal named Elizabeth that was transferred from the Avon River in Christchurch, New Zealand, to the ocean, but found her way back to the city.

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