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A perfect book for exploring words and sympathizing with family relationships. Throughout the book, Calvin searches for just the right word to describe his brother. The review includes printable summary cards, information about the author and illustrator, and academic activity tie-ins.
Get ready to laugh! This book will forever change the way you see cookie decorating.
Imagine coming across a bear eating a rock. What would you do? Gertie sees it as an opportunity. Read this review to find out more about this book, the author, and teaching ideas.
This classic book makes us think about relationships, change, and giving and receiving. Its simple message leaves a lasting impact.
A MathStart book with a beat. Focuses on the learning skill of subtracting one with friendly, playful monsters who have realistic, relatable reactions.
Meet a real-life go-getter and inspire your learners to action!
The Ruins of Gorlan, the introductory book into the Ranger's Apprentice world by John Flanagan is here reviewed by Wolfe Stew.
A Wolfe Stew book review on Fervent by Priscilla Shirer. A book that arms you for spiritual warfare and invites you to investigate where in your life the Devil lurks, waiting to attack.