Hot summertime weather is upon us. Despite the heat, in both Portland, Oregon and Los Angeles, we are delighting in the warm weather and blue skies. It’s still summer vacation, so what could be better than book suggestions for these last lazy days of summer? This month, we’ll share some great reads, old and new: more bios of social activists, suggestions for babies and toddlers, even new poetry for young and not-so-young readers. We continue our excitement about the many new YA books recently released (the conclusion of Red Queen series is out: WAR STORM!),
graphic novels for tweens continue to captivate us, and some wonderful picture books for the youngest readers have been delighting friends and families and we are happy to recommend them. Some surprises are in store; more fantastic new books are hitting the shelves every day. We are loving some of the new books for infants and toddlers. We promise to keep you informed! Hope you’ll also share your finds with us, too. Happy Reading!
This Week: THE CARDBOARD KINGDOM
Last Week: WAR STORM
Coming Up: WILD THINGS: THE JOY OF READING CHILDREN’D LITERATURE AS AN ADULT by Bruce Handy
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