Children’s Literature Category

Book Review: Exclamation Mark by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld

Pair self-actualization with punctuation and you can’t go wrong, right? Right! I absolutely loved this coming of age story for the punctuation mark, exclamation mark, who doesn’t quite fit in with his family full of periods. He sticks out–literally–except when he is sleeping. He tries to hide what makes him different but it just doesn’t […]

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Molly Bannaky by Alice McGill

Molly Bannaky¬†by Alice McGill In 18th century England, Molly Walsh is dairy maid accused of stealing milk from the lord of the manor. Molly is not the culprit. The obstinate cow she milks each morning kicks over the frothy pail most mornings. The harsh¬†lord turns 17 year old Molly over to the authorities to face […]

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