Snyder, Laurel. Charlie and Mouse and Grumpy. Emily Hughes, Illus. Easy Reader. Charlie and Mouse Series; bk. 2. Chronicle, 10/2017. pp. $14.99. 978-1-4521-3748-3. OUTSTANDING. GRADES PRE-2. Two young Caucasian brothers enjoy a [continue reading]
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Multi-perspective Tween Fiction Anderson, John David. Ms. Bixby’s Last Day Angleberger, Tom. Origami Yoda series. Appelt, Kathi. Maybe a Fox. Buyea, Rob. Mr. Terupt series. Clements, Andrew. Extra Credit Creech, Sharon. The [continue reading]
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