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PimaLib_DavidM said:

This is a beautiful true story of a family of penguin where the two fathers got to hatch an extra egg (the zookeeper found it) that needed protection.…

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PimaLib_SamR said:

If you enjoy books like Desert Solitaire by Edward Abbey, A Sand County Almanac by Aldo Leopold, Walden by Henry David Thoreau or The Outermost House by…

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PimaLib_DavidM said:

I love this story, and it reminds me of another famous story that also involves a main character whose name begins with "A." In this story, Big Anthony…

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PimaLib_DavidM said:

This is definitely a one-of-a-kind book. It's a thick book, but it contains no words. Actually, it does, but it is in rabbit- and tree-speak. The rabbit…

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PimaLib_SamR said:

In my modest opinion, this book should be given to high-schoolers and college students alike. There is a wealth of information on how to best approach…

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PimaLib_Teens said:

The play follows the plight of the three witches and gives Macbeth a prophecy that he will be the king of Scotland. He soon becomes greedy for lust and…

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PimaLib_Teens said:

Sibyl Vane: The downfall of Dorian Gray In this book Sibyl Vane has a metaphorical meaning. She is a young actress who falls in love with Dorian Grey,…

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PimaLib_Teens said:

“If hot is for anger and rage, pink is the color of a soft burning-hot enough to light up the dark corners of sadness and grief, but cool enough to be tender,…

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PimaLib_JeanSC said:

Come for the title. Stay for the wacky illustrations. Bonus: Makes math fun. Spoiler: All dragons are not named "Broccoli."

PimaLib_DavidM said:

This is one of the most beautiful picture books I have ever read! I can only imagine how long it took to make these collages by hand, drawing hundreds…

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PimaLib_SamR said:

Given my limited perspective on what it means to be transgender, the children's memoir, Dotson by Grayson Lee White, was an enlightening introduction.…

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PimaLib_Teens said:

The memoir Crux by Jean Guerrero is a crazy, emotional, and beautiful story revolving around the character Jean and her childhood memories. The book serves…

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PimaLib_MeganH said:

This book has so many awesome projects that are applicable for school, library programming, homeschooling, or just for fun. Projects are categorized by…

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PimaLib_ChristineR said:

Let me begin by saying that this book isn't getting the praise it deserves because it has been marketed as a thriller or a police procedural. In fact,…

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PimaLib_ChristineR said:

The Last Beekeeper left me wondering, is it really dystopian fiction if you can imagine this very scenario happening within your lifetime? Dalton explores…

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PimaLib_DavidM said:

This was a fun and informative book that I quickly read within about 3 days during the work week. The protagonist is a scientist who uses science, namely…

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