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Monthly Archives: December 2010
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Dear Friends and Readers, I am going on short break but will return after the New Year. Wishing you and yours all the best in this holiday season. See you next year! Mrs. N
Do you have a dinosaur lover to shop for? Whether you’re just training a toddler in the ways of the prehistoric beasts or have an elementary school child ready to read about dinosaurs all on their own, BetweenThesePages has a … Continue reading
I’ve loved Susan Jeffers’s work as an illustrator ever since I got my hands on her beautiful rendition of Robert Frost’s poem Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening. Her period pictures in this version of The Nutcracker are bound … Continue reading
It was pretty exciting to find a version of the Nutcracker that featured a non-white cast. But I really wasn’t at all prepared for The Harlem Nutcracker. Rather than illustrations, author Susan Kuklin uses photographs of a dance performance to … Continue reading
The Nutcracker grand tour continues. Today’s versions follow the ballet fairly closely for children who want their storybook to match their viewing experience. First up is the version by Geraldine McCaughrean and illustrated by Nicki Palin. The lead is called … Continue reading
As a little girl, one of my favorite holiday treats was getting all dressed up and taken to The Nutcracker. It did a marvelous job of combining my somewhat cliched little girl favorites – a desire to be a ballerina … Continue reading
Congratulations to Linden! You’ve won your very own copy of Olive! I’ll be in touch soon with details.
When I was a little girl, Christmas was a time of glorious anticipation:. I counted down the days; I loved opening the tiny doors of my advent calendar; I baked cookies with my mother; and when it got really close … Continue reading
When Hershel arrives in a village he learns that they are unable to celebrate Hanukkah because of some antisemitic goblins. To rid the town of this scourge, Hershel will need to light the candles each night and on the eighth … Continue reading