My Favorite Posts That Appeared In March

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More Picture Books (March 2022)

Here are a few more books from March 2022 and a lot of wonderful books from the last year that I missed. Enjoy! Carrimebac: The Town that Walked by David Barclay Moore, illustrated by John HolyfieldFOLKTALESBrilliant storytelling with a classic folktale feel…Rootilla Redgums and her peculiar grandson, Julius strolled into Walkerton, Georgia on a hot, … Read more

March 25th Is “International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade” – Here Are Teaching Resources

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New Nonfiction (and Activity Books) for Kids (March 2022)

Read about panda bears, groundhogs, natural disasters, recycled crafts, and more! New Nonfiction (and Activity Books) for Kids (March 2022) Bei Bei Goes Home A Panda Story by Cheryl BardoeENDANGERED ANIMALSThis is an excellent book for children to learn about pandas, starting with the birth of baby Bei Bei and following her as she grows … Read more

March 22nd Is World Water Day – Here Are Teaching & Learning Resources

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18 New Picture Books (March 2022)

Here’s what’s new in picture books for March 2022 about learning a new language, being brave, appreciating nature, loving yourself, and more! New Picture Books (March 2022) Eyes That Speak to the Stars by Joanna Ho, illustrated by Dung HoSHAPE OF EYES / LOVING YOURSELFThe little boy feels sad seeing a classmate’s hurtful picture showing … Read more

St. Patrick’s Day Is On March 17th – Here Are Teaching & Learning Resources

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17 New Picture Books (March 2022)

Here’s what’s new in picture books for March 2022 about learning a new language, being brave, appreciating nature, loving yourself, and more! New Picture Books (March 2022) Eyes That Speak to the Stars by Joanna Ho, illustrated by Dung HoSHAPE OF EYES / LOVING YOURSELFThe little boy feels sad when a friend draws a hurtful … Read more