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Monthly Archives: March 2019


Introducing Fitz Between the Shelves

Happy Weekend! We have another Sound Off Sunday post this week, because of another conference!  Both of us had an incredibly busy but educational time with conferences on back to back weekends.  We love to continue to grow and learn,…

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Green is a Chili Pepper: A Book of Colors

Written by: Roseanne Greenfield Thong Illustrated by: John Parra For Ages: Ages 3 to 5 Language: English, Spanish Topics Covered: POC-Centric Narratives, Culture & Traditions, Latinx Culture, Community, Family, Love, Self-Expression. Summary: Green is a Chile Pepper is a joyful celebration of the…

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Coconut Kind of Day

Written by: Lynn Joseph Illustrated by: Sandra Speidel For Ages: 4 years and up Language: English Topics Covered: POC-Centric Narratives, Culture & Traditions, Caribbean Islands, Poetry, Community, Family, Love. Summary: This book is a collection of poems about life in…

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Introducing: Minds Hearts Books!

The Tiny Activist: Introduce yourself! Katie Spear: Hi! My name is Katie Spear and I’m a 4th grade Humanities teacher in Richmond, California. I’m a reader, a feminist, and mom to a very active toddler. TTA: What are you passionate…

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Professor Astro Cat’s Solar System

Written by: Dr. Dominic Walliman Illustrated by: Ben Newman For ages: 5 years and up Language: English Topics Covered: STEM, Space, Solar System. Summary: This is a great book that introduces STEM topics in an age-appropriate way for young children!  Broken down by planets, the sun,…

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Professor Astro Cat’s Human Body Odyssey

Written by: Dr. Dominic Walliman & Ben Newman Illustrated by: Ben Newman For ages: Elementary students and above Language: English Topics Covered: STEM Summary: This book covers everything from what it means to be a human and brain function to the different systems of the body….

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Introducing Mrs Koby’s Book Club

Happy Saturday everyone!  At least here in New England, it’s beginning to feel like spring.  This week, we are thrilled to introduce Abbey, the driving force behind Mrs. Koby’s Book Club!  Corrie is a little extra excited, because for a…

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