February is “Black History Month” and I have collected some outstanding books for kids through adults. The first book is a board book for babies and toddlers. The next five are picture books. All of these books, with the exception of the first book, are good for ages eight through adult.
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In keeping with this theme, I decided to review two books that struck me personally as suited to the idea of gratitude.
Each year Christmas comes with a mixture of old and new books, stories, DVDs, and music albums for the holiday. Three picture books, a nostalgic return to an old favorite via the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, and a DVD particularly stand out for me this year.
It’s that magical time of year! So – what better time is there than now to read some wonderful picture books to enhance this season for youngsters, ages three to eight? The first eight books of the following are board books for toddlers. The rest of the books are picture books, except for the last book.
In an explosive new political biography of Ezra Taft Benson, historian Matthew L. Harris, a professor at Colorado State University-Pueblo, has written an account of the former church president that may reinforce Benson critics and disturb faithful Latter-day Saints. Unfortunately, the book is far from objective.