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     Oh, the Places You'll Go! by Dr. Seuss Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Saturday, December 21 2002 @ 08:14 AM
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    Oh, the Places You'll Go! by Dr. Seuss
    Reading level: Ages 4-8

    Inspirational yet honest, and always rhythmically rollicking, Oh, the Places You'll Go! is a perfect sendoff for children, 1 to 100, entering any new phase of their lives. Kindergartners, graduate students, newlyweds, newly employeds--all will glean shiny pearls of wisdom about the big, bountiful future. The incomparable Dr. Seuss rejoices in the potential everyone has to fulfill their wildest dreams: "You'll be on your way up! / You'll be seeing great sights! / You'll join the high fliers / who soar to high heights." At the same time, he won't delude the starry-eyed upstart about the pitfalls of life: "You can get all hung up / in a prickle-ly perch. / And your gang will fly on. / You'll be left in a Lurch."

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     Milly and the Macy's Parade by Shana Corey Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Friday, December 20 2002 @ 03:02 AM
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    Milly and the Macy's Parade by Shana Corey, Brett Helquist (Illustrator)
    Reading level: Ages 4-8

    Inspired by the true story behind the first Macy's Day Parade in 1924, this heartwarming tale celebrates a treasured American passion.

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     The Three Pigs by David Wiesner Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Sunday, December 15 2002 @ 09:28 AM
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    The Three Pigs by David Wiesner (Author)
    Reading level: Ages 4-8

    Once upon a time three pigs built three houses, out of straw, sticks, and bricks. Along came a wolf, who huffed and puffed... So, you think you know the rest? Think again. With David Wiesner at the helm, it's never safe to assume too much. When the wolf approaches the first house, for example, and blows it in, he somehow manages to blow the pig right out of the story frame. The text continues on schedule--"...and ate the pig up"--but the perplexed expression on the wolf's face as he looks in vain for his ham dinner is priceless.


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     How Murray Saved Christmas by Mike Reiss Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Sunday, December 15 2002 @ 09:21 AM
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    How Murray Saved Christmas by Mike Reiss, David Catrow (Illustrator), Jon Anderson (Editor)
    Reading level: Ages 4-8

    When Santa is put out of commission, deli owner Murray Kleiner reluctantly agrees to take his place, putting a spin on Christmas that's all his own. And with the help of a pushy elf and an eager-to-believe young boy, Murray finds that even though he's not big enough to fill Santa's suit, he's got more than enough heart to get the job done.

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     Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Sunday, December 08 2002 @ 04:10 AM
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    Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak (Illustrator)
    Reading level: Ages 4-8


    Where the Wild Things Are is one of those truly rare books that can be enjoyed equally by a child and a grown-up. If you disagree, then it's been too long since you've attended a wild rumpus. Max dons his wolf suit in pursuit of some mischief and gets sent to bed without supper. Fortuitously, a forest grows in his room, allowing his wild rampage to continue unimpaired. Sendak's color illustrations (perhaps his finest) are beautiful, and each turn of the page brings the discovery of a new wonder.

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     The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Sunday, December 08 2002 @ 04:07 AM
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    The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg (Author)
    Reading level: Ages 4-8


    One couldn't select a more delightful and exciting premise for a children's book than the tale of a young boy lying awake on Christmas Eve only to have Santa Claus sweep by and take him on a trip with other children to the North Pole. And one couldn't ask for a more talented artist and writer to tell the story than Chris Van Allsburg.

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     I'm Gonna Like Me: Letting Off a Little Self-Esteem by Jamie Lee Curtis Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Sunday, December 08 2002 @ 04:04 AM
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    I'm Gonna Like Me: Letting Off a Little Self-Esteem by Jamie Lee Curtis, Laura Cornell (Illustrator)
    Reading level: Ages 4-8


    Actor Jamie Lee Curtis and winsome illustrator Laura Cornell continue their successful collaboration (Today I Feel Silly, When I Was Little, et al.) with this paean to poise and self-assurance, I'm Gonna Like Me.

    The duo sets out to "let off a little self-esteem" by following a seriously self-actualized (and gratifyingly quirky) boy and girl throughout their day on alternating pages.

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     Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Sunday, December 08 2002 @ 04:02 AM
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    Guess How Much I Love You (Board Book and Soft Toy) by Sam McBratney, Anita Jeram (Illustrator)
    Reading level: Ages 4-8


    All children want reassurance that their parents' love runs wide and deep. In Guess How Much I Love You, a young rabbit named Little Nutbrown Hare thinks he's found a way to measure the boundaries of love. In a heartwarming twist on the "I-can-do-anything-you-can-do-better" theme, Little Nutbrown Hare goes through a series of declarations regarding the breadth of his love for Big Nutbrown Hare.

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     Kiss Good Night by Amy Hest Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Sunday, December 08 2002 @ 04:01 AM
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    Kiss Good Night by Amy Hest, Anita Jeram (Illustrator)
    Reading level: Ages 4-8


    Every child has his or her own personal repertoire of rationalizations for avoiding bed, and every parent has a stockpile of counter offensives. In Kiss Good Night, Mrs. Bear covers all the bases: "Hmmmm...Book, blanket, friends, milk...," but her son, Sam, isn't ready. "I'm waiting," he keeps saying. Could there be anything Mama Bear is forgetting?

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     The Night Before Christmas by Robert Sabuda Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Sunday, December 08 2002 @ 03:58 AM
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    The Night Before Christmas: A Pop-Up (Classic Collectible Pop-Up) by Robert Sabuda (Illustrator), Clement Clarke Moore
    Reading level: Ages 4-8

    The ingenious Robert Sabuda returns for yet another inspired pop-up book, a follow-up to The 12 Days of Christmas and The Christmas Alphabet, that retells Clement Clarke Moore's classic yuletide rhyme.

    Sabuda remains a master of the medium, constructing a series of varied and well-engineered scenes: Santa pops in and out of the chimney, beds fold out, a window shade rises and falls, and, in a clever nod to Moore's not-a-creature-was-stirring text, it's a family of mice who are receiving Santa's nighttime visit. A pull-out tab even lets readers interact, when Santa's sleigh glides out on the clouds and over an intricately realized village.

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