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When We Were Very Young by A A Milne
When We Were Very Young

Kassie, October 21, 2014

One of the first books that was read to me as a toddler, I have some of these poems memorized still. Delightful and silly fun that leaves toddlers and children giggling or asking questions, and marvelous illustrations by E. H. Shepard.
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Wild Orchid by Beverley Brenna
Wild Orchid

Kassie, April 15, 2013

If you have or know a female teen on the autism spectrum, particularly one diagnosed with Asperger's or P.D.D., put this on your reading list.
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Sixties Trilogy #01: Countdown by Deborah Wiles
Sixties Trilogy #01: Countdown

Kassie, August 4, 2012

Take a trip back in time, complete with breaking news, features on people and events, and favorite 45s you may be too young to have owned, but wish you had. Through the eyes of a young girl experience the constant, overwhelming strain the cold war places on a military family living too close to D.C. for comfort along with the growing pains of elementary school, college, and parenting. This is a terrific take on history that teens and tweens can get into, and a great reminder for the rest of us of a time of fear and struggle for equality.
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17 Things I'm Not Allowed to Do Anymore by Jenny Offill
17 Things I'm Not Allowed to Do Anymore

Kassie, July 22, 2012

This book made me howl with laughter - and I may be giving it to my sister, too! Not so sure about sharing with my children and nieces, though . . . Knowing our brilliant brood, it is quite likely to insight some activities which they will "not be allowed to do anymore"!
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