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The Magic Faraway Tree | by Enid Blyton | my pick for this months #littlelitbookseries theme "books that take you places" is this beloved, dog eared, well read 1980's copy of probably the most magical book I consumed as a child. A quick climb up the tree, dodging the Dame Wash A Lot, meant the most fabulous of retro adventures, weird and wonderful visits to the land of goodies, or do-what-you-please. Only after you finish your chores of course... Check out these awesome accounts for their picks:
@averyandaugustine @bonjour_mes_amies @bookbloom @carterhiggins @gigglegirlsbookclub @juliasbookbag @kidlitbookaday @littlebooksbigworld @live_read_write @ourbookbag @picturethisbook @sunlitpages @teeandpenguin @thekaleidoscopeca @thelittlebookcollector @thereadingninja @welovebookworms @writesinla
#thelittlebookcollector #themagicfarawaytree #enidblyton #retroreads

I have been doing a lot of reading this summer, and so I was excited when the #littlelitbookseries chose #middlegrade for our monthly share. There are so many great ones to choose from but I'm going with The Unicorn In The Barn.
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11 year old Eric Harper is sitting in his tree house when he spots what he thinks is a white deer with a coat that shimmers like pearls. He follows the animal to a barn that was once owned by his family. The new owner turns out to be a doctor but not just any doctor, a doctor to magical animals. There are so many big feelings in this book. The thrill of a first job, new friendships, dad's that aren't big on hugs, and there is loss but there is also new life.
A tender and magical debut by #JacquelineKOgburn illustrated by #RebeccaGreen.
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I have been following @rebeccagreenillustration career for some time, so it was thrilling to finally see her art in one of my favourite forms, books! .
This book is a perfect family read aloud. My 8 year old and I read it separately, and I'm saving it for the Fall to read aloud with my 7 and 5 year old. I can't wait to introduce them to this magic.
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Age: 8-12

Our theme for the #littlelitbookseries this month is middle grade novels. There are so many I considered posting, both contemporary kidlit and classics. There are many special books that have captured the readers in my school library and inspired them to eagerly recommend to a friend, but I thought I would flashback to one of my favourite novels from my own childhood - Mandy by Julie Andrews Edwards (yes, that Julie Andrews). I lived just a few blocks from the public library and spent my summers checking out books, reading them in a few days and returning for more. I don't remember a lot about all the books I read, but the images from this one are crystal clear in my mind. Mandy climbing over the orphanage wall, and spotting the little cottage in the distance, creeping in and marvelling at the seashell walls, the way she tended to the garden and brought it alive again, and tidied and mended the cobwebbed cottage. I have recommended this sweet and simple story to many students and for the right child, this is a perfect book. It has stayed with me into adulthood - I loved Mandy's awe at the natural world and her sense of making a place a home. I know I thought of it when we bought our house and I saw our garden (though I'll never have one as pretty as this cover!). Anyone else love orphan fiction as a child? It seemed to me I would have the best adventures if only I could live in an orphanage or with some long lost relative..... Check out more great picks from my bookish friends: @averyandaugustine @bonjour_mes_amies @bookbloom @carterhiggins @gigglegirlsbookclub @juliasbookbag @kidlitbookaday @littlebooksbigworld @live_read_write @ourbookbag @picturethisbook @secretsocietyofbooks @sunlitpages @teeandpenguin @thelittlebookcollector @thereadingninja @welovebookworms @writesinla

"A great friendship is like a great work of art. It takes time and attention, and a spark of something that is impossible to describe."
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This month, the #littlelitbookseries is diving into the world of middle grade. I have a soft spot in my heart for this genre of #kidlit as I have many fond memories of reading great books at this impressionable age and it's the shelf on which I hope to someday soon find a home as a children's author. There are so many great middle grade titles, both classic and contemporary.
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Today, I'm sharing a two-fer: a middle grade mystery / tale of an unlikely friendship between boy and beetle AND her sister chapter book companion series for slightly younger readers. MASTERPIECE, by Elise Broach, follows the adventures of eleven-year-old James and Marvin, a beetle. The pair ends up trying to return stolen art from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Spot illustrations by Kelly Murphy add a nostalgic element to Broach's storytelling. Readers who are bridging the gap to longer texts would enjoy the chapter books (first book in the series pictured in green).
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Looking for more middle grade recommendations? Don't miss other selections by the crew. Simply click on the #littlelitbookseries hashtag or any of the following IG handles all month long:
@averyandaugustine @bonjour_mes_amies @bookbloom @carterhiggins @gigglegirlsbookclub @juliasbookbag @kidlitbookaday @littlebooksbigworld @live_read_write @ourbookbag @picturethisbook @secretsocietyofbooks @sunlitpages @teeandpenguin @thelittlebookcollector @thereadingninja @welovebookworms @writesinla

This month's #littlelitbookseries turns our attention to home. This book tells of a young boy, Wilson, who works with his community to make his senior neighbor's home safe and welcoming. If you've ever spent time working on a Habitat for Humanity house or winterizing the homes of elderly citizens in your community this story will resonate with you. It speaks to the many hands and hearts that come together, volunteering to make homes throughout the world more pleasant places to be.
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The One Day House by Julia Durango and illustrated by Bianca Diaz. Published by @charlesbridgepublishing.
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For other home related books check out these lovely accounts: @averyandaugustine @bonjour_mes_amies @carterhiggins @gigglegirlsbookclub @littlebooksbigworld @live_read_write @livingbythepagewithnatalie @ourbookbag @picturethisbook @sunlitpages @teeandpenguin @thereadingninja @welovebookworms @writesinla

BLACKOUT by #JohnRocco | There are as many types of homes as there are fish in the sea. ⠀
Today’s #LittleLitBookSeries theme of Home has got me thinking about how many different ways that can look.⠀
Our home is New York City. A crowded city that is loud, dirty (I mean it can get reallyyy dirty) harsh, and fast paced. ⠀
But NYC is also incredibly loving, courageous, beautifully diverse, fiercely protective, and so many remarkable things that outweigh the cons. ⠀
This book does an amazing job at summing up not only the warmth of a family home, but of a city home. ⠀
One hot summer night starts inside with a family solitarily ignoring each other. When a city wide black out forces everyone to disconnect and move outdoors to enjoy the cool night. The neighborhood comes alive with friendship and a relaxed enjoyment. A great story that very much deserves that shiny medal on it's cover.⠀

Also this story really happens. Every so often whether it’s an eclipse or a protest march supporting our fellow new yorkers. There is real love that comes when everyone puts away their distractions and purposefully enjoys one another. Those always become my favorite days and the reason I love to call New York City our Home. #TheReadingNinja #NYC #Home

❤️My favorite picture book (and story) of 2016! Last Stop on Market Street written by Matt De La Pena and illustrated by Christian Robinson about a boy CJ and his grandma discovering the beauty and wonder of their colorful and vibrant neighborhood. Excited to share this as part of this months #littlelitbookseries See some other great stories loved by these awesome kids bookstagrammers too! @averyandaugustine @bonjour_mes_amies @bookbloom @carterhiggins @gigglegirlsbookclub @juliasbookbag @kidlitbookaday @littlebooksbigworld @live_read_write @ourbookbag @picturethisbook @readtome @sunlitpages @teeandpenguin @thekaleidoscopeca @thelittlebookcollector @thereadingninja @welovebookworms @writesinla

At first glance, this just seems like a silly book about a rabbit who loves his stash of carrots so much, he's willing to put multiple friends out of their homes in order to hoard them all. But at its heart, it's much more than that. It's a tale of friendship and sharing, of opening our homes to others, and of always ALWAYS putting people before possessions. It truly doesn't matter what kind of home you live in if it's filled with the people you love. 🥕

The theme for this month's #littlelitbookseries is HOME, and I've been loving all of the titles my fellow bookworms have been sharing today. The books are as varied as the homes they feature. Click on the hashtag ⬆️ or any of the handles ⬇️ to discover more great books about home.
@averyandaugustine @bonjour_mes_amies @bookbloom @carterhiggins @gigglegirlsbookclub @littlebooksbigworld @live_read_write @livingbythepagewithnatalie @ourbookbag @picturethisbook @teeandpenguin @thereadingninja @welovebookworms @writesinla

Some of my favorite childhood memories are of such simple things...laying down on freshly mown grass looking up at the clouds and the swaying Southern pines in the breeze, drinking clear cool water out of a hose on a hot Georgia day, making backyard stick forts with my brothers and sisters, the list goes on. While I certainly remember favorite toys and games and places we traveled to, the memories that are the most crisp usually are the ones where I was actually doing ‘nothing’. As a mother I do love being out and about town, and exploring parks/lakes/creeks with the kids, but then I remember that I need to also protect this white space, this sacred time where what seems like nothing will actually be transformed into the magical of my kids memories. ✨ So it’s no surprise that I resonated with Beatrice Alemagna’s newest “On a Magical Do-Nothing Day”. When a handheld video game is lost in the pond, a child is reminded of the simple pleasures and grand adventures that he has, right there at home (in this case the family’s cabin the woods). My favorite part was the end where he and his mama just sit over a cup of hot cocoa just listening to the rain and being together. ☔️☕️📘 The theme for the #littlelitbookseries is “home” this month and this one is a wonderful reminder of the often overlooked wonder that is found in our own homes. ✨
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For other fabulous books on this theme, check out these accounts: @averyandaugustine @bonjour_mes_amies @bookbloom @carterhiggins @gigglegirlsbookclub @littlebooksbigworld @live_read_write @ourbookbag @picturethisbook @sunlitpages @teeandpenguin @thereadingninja @welovebookworms @writesinla #livingbythepage

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Did you collect anything as a child? I know I did! And if you looked in my kitchen cupboards today you'd probably notice I have far too many hand thrown pottery mugs. This month's #littlelitbookseries is focusing on home, which is often the starting place for a collection. Some collections take a lifetime, while others are more ephemeral. Collections can be sorted by color or shape or size or any other number of distinguishing features. However the commonality is often what makes a collection so impressive. This carefully rendered book is a visual delight and a primer for novice collectors to write or draw, add stickers or even start a collection of one’s own.
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My Collection of Collections by Nina Chakrabarti (@ninabarti). Published by @laurencekingpub.

September was all about books about space.  These are some of the books that ushered in last month’s theme and you can click through to read the original post in each person’s feed.  You can also search the hashtag #littlelitbookseries to take a look at the other books that were posted or head over to the space post on our blog and save it for future reference (link in profile and first comment below).

•LEARNING SPACE• 🍁🚙🎃Fall ✨inspired 📸Shelfie•
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What is 🔍on our 🍁Autumn shelf: • 👦🏼Adrian's favorite 🚙Little Blue Truck Board book 📚 basket 🔍 up close.
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The story of a 🚙Little Blue Truck will touch your child's ❤️heart, as it teaches to be friendly, helpful and considerate. On its way, the 🚙Blue Truck makes friends: 🐮🐔🐸who in turn will help him push the Dump Truck stuck in the mud😬. . 🚙 "Beep! Beep! Beep! Meet Blue. A muddy country road is no match for this little pick up-that is, until he gets stuck ... "
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🛍Direct 🔗 link to 🚙Little Blue Truck board 📚 👉🏻 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0544568036?ie=UTF8&tag=httpwwwmon0d2-20&camp=1789&linkCode=xm2&creativeASIN=0544568036 🛍
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While I will be 💫sharing all the new activities as we go, you can see the roundup of our 🗓last year's 🍂🎃Fall Inspired activities 📄👉🏻"Montessori Fall-Themed Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers" 💻🔗👉🏻 http://www.montessorifromtheheart.com/my-blog/2016/09/montessori-fall-themed-activities-for-toddlers-and-preschooler.html 💖.
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We take enough 📸🙈Selfies, and how about sharing your ✨inspirational shelf with a #Shelfie 📸😉
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💗Missy @mindful.learning and myself are So 👀looking forward to your ✨LEARNING SPACE 💡ideas with a #TagFromTheHeart 💖
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All kinds of people. It introduces kid to the people around the world in a fun and enticing way and it keeps keep them busy flipping. #kidlit #readforlife #childrensbooks #raisingareader#booksforkids#littlelitbookseries#whatareyoureadingsg #readingnationsg

Super excited to share this book as part of this months #littlelitbookseries theme on "Home"! A Fave at our house!!!Lottie Paris Lives Here written by Angela Johnson is about a spunky little lady and the imaginative world she lives in.. The illustrations by Scott M Fischer are completely frameable. Such a fun story | ages 3-8 Check Out some other great kids books about "Home" at @averyandaugustine @bonjour_mes_amies @bookbloom @carterhiggins @gigglegirlsbookclub @littlebooksbigworld @live_read_write @livingbythepagewithnatalie @ourbookbag @picturethisbook @sunlitpages @teeandpenguin @thereadingninja @welovebookworms @writesinla

For the month of October, #littlelitbookseries is sharing books centered around the theme of home. As for my pick, I chose Tree written and illustrated by BrittaTeckentrup.
A tree is a home to many animals such as owls, robins, squirrels, and bees. It's a place of wonder, a giver of life, and a constant provider of food and shelter. This colorful yet simple story captures the uniqueness of each season. As each page unfolds, the reader encounters a clever peek-a-boo hole which reveals a set of new animals and insects for every season. Although the seasons are consistently changing, the tree remains a constant home to many. It's a delightful story filled with vivid colors and prose & rhyme on each page. Great for read alouds and perfect for any season! For more selections centered around the theme of home, please check out these accounts:
@averyandaugustine @bookbloom @carterhiggins @gigglegirlsbookclub @littlebooksbigworld @live_read_write @livingbythepagewithnatalie @ourbookbag @picturethisbook @sunlitpages @teeandpenguin @thereadingninja @welovebookworms @writesinla
#picturebook #readaloudrevival #readaloud #brittateckentrup #seasons #tree #childrensbooks #childrensliterature #raiseareader #kidslit

This month's #littlelitbookseries theme is home, and this adorable #picturebook about the adventures of seven silly hamsters who bumble their way into finding a new home together, is a must-read. The hilarious illustrations of and dialogue between the hamsters are pure comedy gold and it's just one of those #picturebooks that makes you feel warm and fuzzy after reading, and happy just because it exists. (Funnily enough, we stumbled upon this gem in a used bookstore in Bondi, approximately 6,302km away from home, and it is by far my favourite souvenir from our Sydney holiday.) Link in profile 🏡 #aplacetocallhome #alexisdeacon #vivianeschwarz #walkerbooks #picturebooks #childrensbooks #kidlitart #momblogger #kidlit #littlebookworm #kidsbookreview #kidlitpicks #kidsbookstagram #instabook #vscobook #yeskidsbookstagram #littlereader #raisingreaders #raiseareader #bookaday #絵本 #picturethisbook

We absolutely adore Philip C. Stead for his many beautiful and whimsical books about friendship. His stories are tender and compassionate and share a spark of adventure. Stay tuned this week because I plan to do sort of an “author highlight” and share some of our favorite books that he has written and illustrated.
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A HOME FOR BIRD fit the bill perfectly for today’s post - as the theme for October’s #littlelitbookseries is HOME.
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In this sweet story, Vernon the toad finds a small blue bird and befriends him. As Vernon shares his friends and interests with Bird, he becomes increasingly concerned that Bird doesn’t talk. Determined that Bird must be sad and lost, Vernon prepares for a journey to help Bird find his home. As only a true friend can do, Vernon hears the unspoken and helps his friend find what is needed most. #AHomeForBird #PhilipCStead #friendship #roaringbookpress #lbbwauthorhighlight
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Visit my friends below for more books about HOME. 👇🏻
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@averyandaugustine @bonjour_mes_amies @bookbloom @carterhiggins @gigglegirlsbookclub @live_read_write @livingbythepagewithnatalie @ourbookbag @picturethisbook @sunlitpages @teeandpenguin @thereadingninja @welovebookworms @writesinla @littlelitbookseries

I love books about home. That’s what the #littlelitbookseries is showcasing today and do you know this one? It’s about twenty years old and it’s been a fave for lots of those. This is the story of two-year-old human babe Margaret, who is pretty awful. Just terrible. But then the woodchucks find her. And they love her so. It’s an unconventional, loud, and loving kind of home-away-from-home-but-is-also-home. It’s pretty perfect.

Be sure to check out the rest of our #littlelitbookseries lineup for more favorites:

@averyandaugustine @bonjour_mes_amies @bookbloom @carterhiggins @gigglegirlsbookclub @littlebooksbigworld @live_read_write @livingbythepagewithnatalie @ourbookbag @picturethisbook @sunlitpages @teeandpenguin @thereadingninja @welovebookworms @writesinla

Home can be so many things: a place, a feeling, a memory. And in the case of Zaha Hadid, it was also a source of inspiration. Our pick for this month's #littlelitbookseries theme of home, is The World is Not a Rectangle by Jeanette Winters. This picture book portrait of the remarkable Hadid, a woman who overcame rejection and defied tradition, is a powerful example of a woman who changed the world. Her mantra, the world is not a rectangle, speaks to how the beauty of her homeland influenced her design and inspired her to create unconventional spaces around the globe that embraced their surroundings. A wonderful read for your biggest little dreamer. .
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For more books along this theme, please check out these other great feeds: @averyandaugustine @bonjour_mes_amies @bookbloom @carterhiggins @gigglegirlsbookclub @littlebooksbigworld @live_read_write @livingbythepagewithnatalie @ourbookbag @picturethisbook @sunlitpages @thereadingninja @welovebookworms @writesinla

BLACKOUT by #JohnRocco | There are as many types of homes as there are fish in the sea. ⠀
Today’s #LittleLitBookSeries theme of Home has got me thinking about how many different ways that can look.⠀
Our home is New York City. A crowded city that is loud, dirty (I mean it can get reallyyy dirty) harsh, and fast paced. ⠀
But NYC is also incredibly loving, courageous, beautifully diverse, fiercely protective, and so many remarkable things that outweigh the cons. ⠀
This book does an amazing job at summing up not only the warmth of a family home, but of a city home. ⠀
One hot summer night starts inside with a family solitarily ignoring each other. When a city wide black out forces everyone to disconnect and move outdoors to enjoy the cool night. The neighborhood comes alive with friendship and a relaxed enjoyment. A great story that very much deserves that shiny medal on it's cover.⠀

Also this story really happens. Every so often whether it’s an eclipse or a protest march supporting our fellow new yorkers. There is real love that comes when everyone puts away their distractions and purposefully enjoys one another. Those always become my favorite days and the reason I love to call New York City our Home. #TheReadingNinja #NYC #Home

This month's theme for #littlelitbookseries is home. We all crave the comfort and familiarity of home and carry the indelible memories of it no matter how far we go. We long for it and search for it as we get older and strike out on our own.
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WINDOWS is a warm and beautiful tribute to our sense of home and belonging, our communities, and autumn twilight—fleeting and magical with its brisk, cool air and quiet rustle of leaves. A boy and his dog amble through their neighborhood during the dimming vespertine hours of the day and take notice of all the "squares of yellow light" and “glowing snapshots” and the different lives, people and stories in them. E. B. Goodale’s dusky skies are wondrous.
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About Windows, author Julia Denos says, “When I was a student in Somerville, Massachusetts, I used to take walks through my neighborhood right before day changed to night. I’d pass by all kinds of windows showing me pictures of all kinds of lives, connecting our perspectives from street to street in a kind of starry constellation. Windows were glowing worlds beckoning me in while reminding me of home. I love the idea of being outside and being inside and feeling cozy in both places at once.”
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WINDOWS was written by @juliadenos, illustrated by @ebgoodale and published by @candlewickpress. It’ll be out soon on October 17.
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For more books reflecting on home, make your way over to these accounts: @averyandaugustine @bonjour_mes_amies @bookbloom @carterhiggins @gigglegirlsbookclub @littlebooksbigworld @live_read_write @livingbythepagewithnatalie @ourbookbag @picturethisbook @sunlitpages @teeandpenguin @thereadingninja @welovebookworms @writesinla

The theme for this months #littlelitbookseries is #home and I wanted to share a new one that we've been loving at our home.
The Wolf, The Duck & The Mouse is an incredible book by the amazing duo @macbarnett & @jonklassen, who have brought us some of our favourite books.
Without giving too much away about this delightful book, home is where you make it and where you choose to be. For Mouse and Goose that home turns out to be a little more unconventional.
Read this book! You won't be disappointed.
Published by @candlewickpress
Available in one week, October 10.
For more recommendations check out the rest of the @littlelitbookseries crew:
@averyandaugustine @bonjour_mes_amies @bookbloom @carterhiggins @gigglegirlsbookclub @littlebooksbigworld @live_read_write @livingbythepagewithnatalie @picturethisbook @sunlitpages @teeandpenguin @thereadingninja @welovebookworms @writesinla

Last year, my family purchased our first home. In a few short months, we've shared a multitude of memories, including meals with friends and family, first holidays, snowstorms, renovation projects, and, oh yeah...creatures in the wall. This month, the @littlelitbookseries theme is home and I couldn't help but think of 26 Fairmount Avenue (and the Fairmount series), Tomie dePaola's sweetly nostalgic autobiographical account of the family, friends, neighbors, events, and stories that make a house a home. The stream-of-consciousness chapter book follows the construction and moving preparations of dePaola's family from an apartment to their new home in Connecticut on the cusp of WWII. The reader joins the five year old boy and his coming of age adventure and antics. It's a delightful story of anticipation, peppered with charming black and white illustrations. Perfect as a read aloud or for a beginning independent reader.
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Be sure to check out other titles by the crew by tapping the #littlelitbookseries hashtag or by any of the following Instagram handles:
@averyandaugustine @bonjour_mes_amies @bookbloom @carterhiggins @gigglegirlsbookclub @littlebooksbigworld @live_read_write @livingbythepagewithnatalie @ourbookbag @picturethisbook @sunlitpages @teeandpenguin @thereadingninja @welovebookworms @writesinla

An alphabetic primer for our littlest space cadets. They’ll take in so many interesting facts about astronauts, space travel and life in space all while learning the alphabet. The illustrations have a fantastic retro vibe and add a sense of history and context for the words and concepts introduced in the book.
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A Is for Astronaut: Exploring A to Z was written by Traci N. Todd (@tracintodd) and illustrated by Sara Gillingham (@saragillinghamstudio) and published by Chronicle Books (@chroniclebooks).

@ourbookbag shares a story about a little asteroid for this month's theme of space:
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Oh No, Astro! by @mattroeser and illustrated by @bwoodard is the story of Astro, the asteroid who prefers his own personal (outer) space until one day something unexpected knocks him out of his orbit and into a new adventure. There is so much to enjoy about this book, we especially love the illustrations and the informative space facts at the end of the book.
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Published by @simonkids.

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“High above
there is the Moon,
cold and quiet,
no air, no life,
but glowing in the sky.”
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‘First, I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth.’ So President John F. Kennedy stated his goals for the United States in space in May of 1961.”
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The inspiring story of Apollo 11’s mission to the Moon. Absolutely beautiful, wondrous and awe-inspiring. Brian Floca takes us to the moon and back and sheds light on the incredible people who helped make travel to the Moon possible and the details that went into such a monumental task.
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Moonshot: The Flight of Apollo 11 was written and illustrated by Brian Floca (@brian_floca) and published by Richard Jackson Books/Atheneum Books for Young Readers (@simonkids).

A fantastic share from @ourbookbag on this month's theme of space.
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While only published last year by @tundrabooks, The Darkest Dark written by Chris Hadfield (@colchrishadfield) with Kate Fillion is already a classic at our house.
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The Darkest Dark tells the story of Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield's fear of the dark as a child and how his love of space and his dream to be an astronaut helped him overcome it. When he watches the 1969 moon landing on TV, he realizes the darkness of the universe is so much deeper than in his room, and he is forever changed.
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The Fan brothers' (@ericfanart & @terryfanart) illustrations bring a wonderful depth and magic to the story in their signature style. At the back of the book there is information about how Chris Hadfield became an astronaut and his personal photos. He ends his message by saying "The dark is for dreams - and morning is for making them come true.”

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