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Texas Bluebonnet Award Master List: Someplace to Call Home

Someplace to Call Home, written by Sandra Dallas, has made it onto the 2021 Texas Bluebonnet Award’s Master List!

 

San Francisco Book Review 5 Star Review: Bobby Babinski's Bathtub

Author Judy Young has written a perfectly charming story in clever rhyme with a rocking meter. Young readers will be completely engaged by this silly rhymer...

 

San Francisco Book Review 5 Star Review: H is for Honey Bee

Get ready to take flight into the fantastic world of bees in, H is for Honey Bee: A Beekeeping Alphabet. In this science and nature alphabet book, Robbyn Smith van Frankenhuyzen takes readers deep into the fascinating world of bees...

 

Finalist for 2021 Children's Science Picture Book Award

Winged Wonders by Meeg Pincus, illus. by Yas Imamura, made the longlist for the 2021 AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Books in the Children's Science Picture Book category.

 

Portland Book Review 5 Star Review: T is for Thor

There are not a lot of picture books that are going to be interesting for preschoolers as well as elementary students up to middle graders. This is that rare book...

 

2019 WILLA Literary Award: Hardscrabble

Hardscrabble by Sandra Dallas is the winner of the 2019 WILLA Literary Award in the Children's Fiction & Nonfiction category

 

2020 WILLA Literary Award (TIED): Someplace to Call Home

Sandra Dallas has tied for first place in the WILLA Literary Award's Children's Fiction & Nonfiction category for her title, Someplace to Call Home.

 

Manhattan Book Review 5 Star Review: Sing Some More!

My kids, three and six enjoyed this book so much. They asked to read it over and over again. I think from the text to the illustrations it is worth adding to your collection. This will be a book I will treasure...

 

Booklist Reviews Starred Review: Born in 1919: Fred Korematsu and Jackie Robinson

This volume introduces two individuals, born in 1919, who faced and fought against racial hostility and discrimination...

 

School Library Journal Starred Review: Sandy Feet! Whose Feet?

In this title, a family enjoys a fun day at a sandy beach...