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The (female) tree gives and gives and the little boy just keeps taking and taking, never giving anything back.thanks for ruining this book, Dr.

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The Munschworks Grand Treasury. The best of Robert Munch's books. I love sharing these with my daughter!

The Munschworks Grand Treasury

The Munschworks Grand Treasury. The best of Robert Munch's books. I love sharing these with my daughter!

'The Little Prince' by Antoine Saint-Exupery is like 'The Alchemist' by Paulo Coelho -- books on the perspectives of life.

'The Little Prince' by Antoine Saint-Exupery is like 'The Alchemist' by Paulo Coelho -- books on the perspectives of life.

This is an eye-opening, fascinating and honest book of interviews from people who left their religions. Easy to read. Highly recommend!

This is an eye-opening, fascinating and honest book of interviews from people who left their religions. Easy to read. Highly recommend!

Cinderella Ate My Daughter-Peggy Orenstein's latest book takes a look at the rise of the pink-and-pretty girlie-girl culture that's becoming increasingly difficult for...

Saving Our Daughters From An Army Of Princesses

Cinderella Ate My Daughter-Peggy Orenstein's latest book takes a look at the rise of the pink-and-pretty girlie-girl culture that's becoming increasingly difficult for...

Going to bed with a diff book every night...sometimes two *gasp*

Going to bed with a diff book every night...sometimes two *gasp*

This Pura Belpré Award-winning book is a poem by Carmen Tafolla about the different uses people can give to a rebozo (a Mexican woven shawl). A rebozo can be, from an accessory to dress up, a cozy-comforting blanket, to a toy.  The pictures, by Amy Córdova, intensely illustrate the feelings and elements of the Mexican-American culture. The English version doesn’t rhyme like in Spanish, but both languages are used correctly in the text.

This Pura Belpré Award-winning book is a poem by Carmen Tafolla about the different uses people can give to a rebozo (a Mexican woven shawl). A rebozo can be, from an accessory to dress up, a cozy-comforting blanket, to a toy. The pictures, by Amy Córdova, intensely illustrate the feelings and elements of the Mexican-American culture. The English version doesn’t rhyme like in Spanish, but both languages are used correctly in the text.