Monday Children’s Book Reviews for November 25, 2013

I See Kitty by Yasmine Surovec

“Love that Kitty! The most adorable picture book of the year invites the very youngest cat lovers to find Kitty in the world around them.

“Chloe loves kitties. She wants a cat so much that she sees Kitty everywhere she goes: at the bus stop, in her backyard, in the starry night sky, even in her dreams. From debut children’s book illustrator Yasmine Surovec comes a story that if you don’t already love cats you will by the time you’re done reading it. Uses bright, bold artwork to appeal to very young readers”           [JPB SUROVEC]

The Unwilling Witch by David Lubar

“There’s something strange going on at Washington Irving Elementary School. Kids are turning into monsters—literally!

“Angie knows freaky things happen sometimes. After all, it wasn’t so long ago that her younger brother, Sebastian, turned into a vampire. But she wasn’t at all prepared to become an unwilling witch! Now Angie has to figure out how to pass the power along to the right person—before it lands in the hands of the wrong person….”  The third book in the Monsterrific Tale series.           [J LUBAR]

Grace’s Thanksgiving by Grace Bullard

“Grace thinks about all of the things for which she is thankful. Includes facts about Thanksgiving.”             [J394.2649 BULLARD]

Thanksgiving Sweets and Treats by Ronne Randall

“Contains recipes with step-by-step instructions for making Thanksgiving treats, including cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, and turkey noodle soup.”     [J641.5 RANDALL]

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