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July 2011 Issue 13 Art Mysteries Children Should Know
by Angela Wenzel
Danny Says:

From 13 Sculptures Children Should Know to 13 Buildings Children Should Know, Wenzel has created a wonderful niche. She is filling in the gap left from schools ignoring art education, and this latest entry to the series will entice your students to ask more questions about art. A fabulous series.

Aug. 2011 Issue 13 Words
by Lemony Snicket
Danny Says:

I love teaching people about books that bring vocabulary words to life, and Lemony Snicket has made my life easy, as he shares my affinity for language. Along with Maira Kalman’s gorgeous illustrations, this book mirrors Snicket’s Series of Unfortunate Events by misleading readers to think they are in for a sad tale, only to find a happy ending. Magnificent.

Jan. 2007 Issue 39 Apartments of Beethoven, The
by Jonah Winter
Danny Says:

I selected this book not for its biographical value (as some of the facts are questionable), but because I have become a huge fan of the book’s illustrator, Barry Blitt. The illustrations are marvelous and sure to provoke wide laughs and speculations among young children. In that respect, that makes this book a perfect story to entice children to write their own versions of Beethoven’s life (and stimulate their interest in Beethoven).

Aug. 2011 Issue 50 American Heroes Every Kid Should Meet
by Dennis Denenberg & Lorraine Roscoe
Danny Says:

There was an awful lot of negative news coming out of Washington this past month, and I’d like kids to focus on those individuals who make a positive difference every day. This is a great book to use for read alouds after breaks, as students sit riveted, and filled with questions.

Jan. 2011 Issue 600 Black Spots
by David A. Carter
Danny Says:

David A. Carter creates pop-up books that belong in museums. Do yourself a favor: buy this book, as well as everything else he has ever written.

Sept. 2007 Issue Actual Size
by Steve Jenkins
Danny Says:

I have featured a number of books by Steve Jenkins (and his frequent collaborator, Robin Page) in my book talks around the country, and I did not realize that I had never featured him in a single lazy readers’ pick. He is one of my favorite children’s authors, as his books always include wonderful illustrations that educate students on a wide array of subjects, from animals to geography. This book is great because it features illustrations of the actual size of different animals’ claws, wings, etc. Kids love comparing the size of their hands and fingers to the pictures. Lots of fun!

Dec. 2007 Issue Adventures of the Spy Kids
by Keven J. Christopherson
Danny Says:

Subtitled “Lost Treasure of Kolob Canyon,” this is a really easy chapter book that boys seem especially drawn to, as it deals with camping, lost treasures and Indians. This reminded me of the simple books I read when I was a cub scout growing up. Why aren’t there more books like this nowadays? I guess I am starting to sound like a reminiscent curmudgeon.

Nov. 2012 Issue Airplanes in the Garden
by Joan Z. Calder
Danny Says:

Your children will become transfixed by Cathy Quiel’s beautiful illustrations of butterflies as you read them Calder’s wonderful and informative book about Monarch butterflies.

July 2005 Issue Albert
by Donna Jo Napoli
Danny Says:

Every day, reclusive Albert sticks his hand out the window to figure out what the weather is like. One day a couple of cardinals begin nesting on his hand, and Albert is reluctant to destroy their nest. So instead he keeps his arm out the window and discovers that the world outside is worth seeing. This is a beautiful story.

Dec. 2013 Issue Alchemist War, The
by John Seven
Danny Says:

An introduction to “The Time-Tripping Faradays” series, this book follows the adventures of a family of 25th-century time travelers. This edition takes our protagonists to 17th century Prague and does an excellent job of hooking upper elementary school students on the joys of science fiction.

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There are 419 Children books on 42 pages, 10 books per page.

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