Rosie Revere, Engineer: A great girl-power book for girls to encourage them into the sciences and both sexes can take away the lesson of the only failure is quitting. For grades 1 and up Kids Books, Andrea Blessed, Pictures Books, Kids Pictures, Rosie The Riveter, Rosie Revere, Engineers, Books Review, Revere Engine
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It is an extremely unique, witty, and all around great book describing a boy's crayons who feel mistreated and decide to go on strike. Each crayon explains why they are upset through handwritten letters and pictures. In the end, the boy respects his crayon's wishes and colors a picture that suits them all.
It's Monday! What are you reading? From Picture Books to YA - August 4, 2014 — Kid Lit Frenzy
Louise Loves Art by Kelly Light E LIG After drawing a picture of her cat, a young girl searches for the perfect place to hang her masterpiece.
Did you know that books are still being challenged and banned? Here are 13 kids books that make that list ( with full reviews) .
I Had a Favorite Dress is a delightful picture book about a young girl who re-uses fabric from her favorite dress for various other clothing items and accessories as she grows. One of the few picture books I've come across where there's a protagonist of color but race is a not a central issue to the story, thereby making it a good read for children looking to identify with a character.