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Kid Review: Dog Tags #3 Prisoners of War

Kid Review: Dog Tags #3 Prisoners of War

Newly arrived on the Western front and assigned as a medic, Rivera finds himself in the middle of the Battle of the Bulge, cut off behind enemy lines–and his only companion is a Nazi trained Doberman pinscher.

Kid Review:

“I like this book” ~David

I know that isn’t much to go on, but David liked it, and I’d never noticed this book series before. The summary sounds really good and The Battle of the Bulge is interesting learn about – let alone imagining actually being there.

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There come a soldier Pure Grit World War II: the Final Years
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Staff Pick: Come to the Fairies’ Ball

Staff Pick: Come to the Fairies’ Ball

Come to the Fairies' Ball

All the fairies are excited to be invited to the King’s ball, except for one young fairy whose only party dress is in tatters.

“Come to the Fairies’ Ball” is a children’s book, written in rhyme with a cadence as delightful as it is rhythmic, good for reading aloud to a child. The story features a magnificent ball to which all fairies are invited, but one female fairy who finds her dress ruined almost does not make it—until she becomes determined and finds a way. This story teaches children success is mostly a matter of making one’s own luck. Good story, lovely illustrations, happy ending!

Recommended by: Patricia Fogleman – Southport

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