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Twelve-year-old Suee wears black, parts her hair differently, does not have friends in her new school and she likes it that way. Or does she? When she hears a strange voice in the dark, her life takes a twist she never expected. And her shadow takes on a life of its own! This new graphic novel mixes the issues of school, friendship, family and trying to fit in when all you do is stick out for one reason or another. Ages 10 up. ~ Reviewed by Jeanette
Did you hear what I heard? There is a new poetry book! Kay Winters and Patrice Barton have created a book of poems that will take you through the school day and year. From getting on the bus (what will mother do without us all day?) to how much one child loves her numbers (she really does), to an earthworm telling a tale (or two), right up to the hundredth day and beyond to the end of the year each poem includes facts, fun and the fantastic of school. Colorfully detailed illustrations accent accessible text for all ages. There is something for everyone! ~ Reviewed by Jeanette
Little Red Ruthie changes the classic Little Red Riding Hood story by peppering Hanukkah traditions into the text. Our heroine Ruthie has a very important latkes making session in this fun tale that’s as yummy to read as eat (latkes recipe included). ~ Reviewed by Jeanette
When trying to find his successor, Santa Claus announces anyone under sixteen (even elves like Ollie and Celia) can try-out with the Santa Trials. And more than reindeer will fly in Top Elf as none realize what obstacles they will have face to win the ultimate prize! ~ Reviewed by Jeanette
Timeless is where Hugo Cabret meets Steampunk. Fantasy and adventure surrounds our hero Diego as different times have clashed together causing a brand-new world where different factions fight over to create their own order. First in author/artists Baltazar’s Timeless series. ~ Reviewed by Jeanette