Tuesday, June 19, 2018

The Underground Toy Society's Song Book by Jessica D. Adams, Janiece Adams (Illustrator)

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Title: The Underground TOy Society's Song Book
Author: Jessica D. Adams
Illustrator: Janiece Adams
Published: April 13, 2016
Publisher: Self
Genre: Children ages 4 on up
Review: ebook provided by author
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What is The Underground Toy Society?
The Underground Toy Society shares their theme song, oath, and poem in a short introduction of who they are and how they help toys and kids.
This is a very short book to introduce the concept of The Underground Toy Society to help kids learn to love and appreciate what they have. The goal is to help kids want to keep their rooms clean and to take care of their toys and belongings.
While The Underground Toy Society hopes children will clean their rooms after reading the books, there is no guarantee children will want to clean their rooms. That is when The Underground Toy Society will need to step in to help the lost, lonely, or forgotten toys. That is where the other books in the series can be helpful to explain how The Underground Toy Society began and how they actually help toys in need. Other books in the series include The Underground Toy Society, The Underground Toy Society Saves Peggy, The Underground Toy Society and the Annual Toy Drive, The Underground Toy Society Helps Beary Bear, and The Underground Toy Society Halloween Scare.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Poco and Moco Are Twins by Jun Ichihara

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Title: Poco and Moco are Twins
Author: Jun Ichihara
Published: April 1, 2018
Publisher: Museyon Inc.
Pages: 38
Genre: Children ages 4 on up
Review: ebook provided by NetGalley and publisher 
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Poco and Moco are twin lambs. They look almost exactly alike, and they get along so well that they spend every minute of their day together. But they’re also different in a lot of ways. For one thing, Poco is a boy and Moco is a girl. Poco likes breads and rolls, but Moco likes cakes and pastries. They both like donuts, so if they only have one, they split it in half. Poco likes to play hide-and-seek, Moco loves to climb trees. And when they join forces they can do things neither of them could ever do alone.
The use of fold-outs, cut-outs, and other special features add an extra element of fun as readers get to know the twins and explore differences and similarities.