Review: This is Not a Book

April 27, 2016

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This is Not a Book By Jean Jullien Phaidon Press March 2016 32 pages This is Not a Book is a unique conceptual board book that encourages toddlers to think outside the book. Each 2-page spread is an invitation to use our imaginations as we gaze into a monster’s mouth, type a message on a […]

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Review: Keep Curious and Carry a Banana

April 20, 2016

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Keep Curious and Carry a Banana Words of Wisdom from the World of Curious George Written by Justin Martin and Liza Charlesworth Illustrated by H.A. Rey Houghton Mifflin Harcourt April 2016 80 pages Curious George and his sidekick, the Man with the Yellow Hat have been entertaining children and adults for over 75 years. In […]

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Review: Bobbie the Wonder Dog

April 12, 2016

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Bobbie the Wonder Dog Written by Tricia Brown Illustrated by Cary Porter WestWinds Press April 2016 32 pages Young or old, everyone loves a good dog story. And it’s even better when the story is true. In Bobbie the Wonder Dog,” Tricia Brown tells the true story of a Collie mix that became famous in […]

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Film review: Greenhorn

April 4, 2016

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Greenhorn A Story of Friendship & a Boys Journey in the Aftermath of the Holocaust Tom Whitus, Director Starring Giorgio Poma, Leo Hojnowski, and Manny Lieberman Based on the book Greenhorn by Anna Olswanger DVD Release Date: February 23, 2016 Run Time: 25 minutes Two old friends reunite in Jerusalem to face the question that […]

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Award winning film Greenhorn now on DVD

March 22, 2016

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Greenhorn by Anna Olswanger is a book for young readers that is based on the true story of an 11-year old Holocaust survivor who comes to a Brooklyn yeshiva in 1946. In 2013, Olswanger and Tom Whitus joined forces to co-produce the film version. Greenhorn, the movie premiered in Los Angeles and New York in […]

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Review: The Night Gardener

March 17, 2016

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The Night Gardener By Terry Fan and Eric Fan Simon & Schuster February 2016 48 pages Grimloch Lane is a bit of dreary place full of dull people. Until one day an owl topiary appears in front of the orphanage where young William lives. The next day there’s a cat topiary, then a rabbit, a […]

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AcuteByDesign and PrimeTime seek author submissions

March 10, 2016

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AcuteByDesign is a children’s publisher specializing in multicultural/diversity books. They are on the lookout for middle grade and YA fiction, but will consider all fiction and even some nonfiction for children. Their emphasis is on ethnically diverse characters: Latino, African American, Native American, Asian, etc. AcuteByDesign is a small publishing house with three goals: To […]

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