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Monday, April 19, 2021

Spring Reads with @Zondervan @Zonderkidz

A great way to kick off the spring with these really cool books from Zonderkidz.

by Sophie Corrigan, Zondervan,

About the Book
What does it mean to be a best spuddy? Spend the day with Pugtato and his very best spuddies and find out! A best spuddy likes to play and listen, share, and give a helping hand. Spend time with Pugtato and his very best spuddies as they show us exactly how to be a best spuddy too.

Pugtato, Let’s Be Best Spuddies:

Features adorable and silly illustrations by Sophie Corrigan
Shows the youngest readers ages 0-4 how to be a good friend
Written in delightful, giggle-inducing rhyming text
Is great for discussions and story times focusing on friendship, sharing and helping others
Check out another title in the series, Pugtato Finds a Thing.
Illustrated by Annette Bourland, Rosalinde Bonnet

Love You, Little Peanut is a heartwarming padded board book about the deep bond between a parent, grandparent, or any loved one and their little one. The sweet rhymes and adorable illustrations help show all the wonderful moments shared with a child, reminding even the youngest readers how special they are and how much they are loved.

Little hands can comfortably hold this durable board book, and little fingers can point out pictures and follow along with the easy-to-read text. Love You, Little Peanut:

Makes a wonderful gift for a new baby, baptism, birthday, or any occasion to show your child or grandchild they will always be your little peanut
Is perfect for fans of authors like Nancy Tillman (On the Night You Were Born) and Sam McBratney (Guess How Much I Love You)
Features a cuddly and engaging padded cover along with adorable animals throughout
The adventures we’ll have

each day as you grow

just wait, Little Peanut—

there’s so much to know.

Whether you’re reading out loud, reading together, or being read to, Love You, Little Peanut will help you snuggle and hug your way through one cherished story time after another.

by Luke Xavier Cunningham

About the Book
In this middle-school adventure mystery perfect for puzzle solvers, a young orphan named Leo discovers clues to his past when he finds a series of tunnels below his school. But to unlock the answers, he’ll need every skill and invention he has—even if his inventions don’t always work.

A “lifer” at the secluded Academy of Florence, Leo has never met his parents ... or anyone in his family for that matter. His current “family” is his mechanical monkey and robot lion, who along with his charming best friend and fellow lifer, Savvy, only get him into trouble. But after Leo’s latest experiment goes catastrophically wrong, he finds a mysterious clue that opens an underground maze—one that seems to have been created for him to solve.

Leo hopes the tunnels will help him discover the identities of his parents and the reason he’s an orphan in the first place. Instead, he finds that his past and possibly even his future is somehow linked to the innovative Wynn Toys company, whose genius president mysteriously disappeared years before.

Leo must use his creativity and scientific know-how to revive the toy company, oust its dastardly leader, and discover the fate of his real family.

LEO, Inventor Extraordinaire:

Is perfect for kids 8 to 12 who enjoy action, adventure, humor, and mystery
Is like The DaVinci Code for kids, with robots, wacky inventions, and puzzles to solve
Contains almost 60 pieces of original black and white artwork
Encourages imagination and the development of STEAM skills

I received complimentary copies.

by Linsey Davis
Illustrated by Lucy Fleming

Celebrate the joy, wonder, and innocence of being a child with this love letter to the loved ones in your life that encourages them to celebrate their own special qualities now and into the future.

Inspired by the endearing qualities she sees in her own son, Linsey Davis, ABC News correspondent and bestselling author of The World Is Awake and One Big Heart, has written another beautiful book that parents and grandparents can share with their little ones to let them know how special they are. With charming illustrations from bestselling artist Lucy Fleming paired with playful and heartwarming read-aloud rhymes, this book can help make a lasting impact on young minds as they discover their own unique qualities.

Stay This Way Forever:

Is a great read for ages 4-8 that celebrates diversity
Is perfect for fans of Hoda Kotb, Ainsley Earhardt, Kelly Clarkson, Nancy Tillman, and Jamie Lee Curtis
Features embossing accents on the cover
Is the third book by bestselling author and ABC News correspondent Linsey Davis

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