Tag Archives: friendship

The Apple Doll, “Oh, Sweet Susanna”

Recently my daughter started climbing trees and even naming them. I can’t imagine childhood without a tree to climb. We love this book because the main character captures something special from her tree to keep forever. . . something YOU … Continue reading

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The Lonely Scarecrow, “Cold Snow Warms Hearts”

The Lonely Scarecrow The Lonely Scarecrow has kept us company for three years as we discovered this book when my older son was in Kindergarten. We read it over and over again, intrigued by seeing the world from a scarecrow’s … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Cat, “Growing Pumpkins While Growing Friendship”

Pumpkin Cat This summer, to our delight, we found a treasure in our backyard. The treasure did not come in a golden box or buried bag. No, it came in the form of a small, green sprout. Our son discovered the … Continue reading

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Fletcher and the Falling Leaves, “A Family Favorite for Fall”

Fletcher and the Falling Leaves Fall means pumpkins, hayrides, Indian corn, candy corn, crisp autumn air, the changing colors of leaves and . . . Fletcher! We fell in love with Fletcher a few years ago when my son was five … Continue reading

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Plant a Kiss, “Endless Bliss”

Since a picture is worth a thousand words, a children’s book can have less than 100 and still be incredible. Hence the case with Plant a Kiss, an 85 word picture book that captivates kids. Our favorite part of the … Continue reading

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Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel, “A Labor of Love”

Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel “Labor Day, an annual celebration of workers and their achievements, originated during one of American labor history’s most dismal chapters. In the late 1800s, {which is the time of the first Labor Day celebration} at the … Continue reading

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The Sleepy Dragon, “A Good Knight’s Sleep”

The Sleepy Dragon Finding a book that teaches lessons for many ages and comprehension levels is a gem. The Sleepy Dragon is one of these treasures as it’s great for helping little kids fall asleep and big kids face fears. Knight Kimothin gives helpful hints on … Continue reading

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