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The Book Of Henry - Sneak Peak | Mommy Bunch

The Book Of Henry looks to be an emotional roller-coaster of a film, but perhaps one we can't, one we

The 89 Best Book Covers of 2020

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The Ultimate Busy Book For Preschoolers With 100+ Pages of Activities

The Ultimate Busy Book For Preschoolers With 100+ Pages of Activities Over a hundred different activities for toddlers and preschoolers to explore the alphabet, numbers, counting, science, and more…

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Bring home A Nest in the North this holiday! A heartwarming Canadian story of kindness and belonging. The book follows one goose’s journey to find a new home. All proceeds support The UN Refugee Agency.
The Sandwich Swap is the perfect book to extend lessons on tolerance, peace, friendship, and respect for the months of January and February.  Actually, it's the perfect book to share anytime of year.  Watch for free activities to support the book and classroom learning: Retelling, Pick-a-Prompt, and Making Words demo.
"How To Grow A Pilot Seed" is a story about a girl that wants to be a pilot. The book teaches both the young reader and the adult that may be reading along with the child, the importance of self-visualization. It also touches on gendered stereotypes in a way that small children can relate to and quite often experience. The story gives the child more than just rhyming words to overcome what they face in the outside world. It provides tools for making "Sticks and Stones" true.