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Recommended for ages 3-6 yrs
"Something Beautiful" by: Sharon Dennis Wyath
This moving picture book offer a shining testament to the ability of human
beings to find "something beautiful" in even the most unlikely places
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-Publishers Weekly

Suggestion: Parents should read to or read along with children in this age group.
Recommended for ages 10 - 12 yrs.
Willimena Rules! by: Valerie Wilson Wesely
Rule Book #2
"How to Fish for Trouble."

When Willimena's cousin Teddy comes for a visit, her dad plans lots of
activities for everyone to share. But Willimena grows resentful of all the
attention Teddy receives, and decides to turn the tables on the situation.
During a fishing trip, she concocts a hair-brained scheme to get noticed,
resulting in unexpected consequences.

-School Library Journal
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Recommended for ages 7 - 10 yrs.
Sugar Plum Ballerinas "Toeshoe Trouble" (Book #2)
by: Whoopi Goldberg

Nine year old Brenda Black is a budding ballet dancer and 'wannabe' doctor. She
eagerly reads anatomy textbooks, and her hero is Leonardo da Vinci. Though she
and her mother have little money, they love each other and enjoy a strong bond.
When Brenda's rich cousin comes to stay, she feels an urge to find something to
hang over Tiffany's head (even though Tiffany seems to have everything a girl
could want). Brenda and her friends hatch a plan to "borrow" their ballet teacher's
prized ballet shoes, autographed by a famous prima ballerina, to show them off to
Tiffany. The plan goes awry when Tiffany's pooch chews them to shreds, and the
Sugar Plum Sisters must fix the unfixable.

-School Library Journal
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