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Reissued as a Classic Board Book, No Two Alike follows two little red birds as they explore their winter environment. As the two do so, they discover that although there are a lot of similar things, none of these things (snowflakes, birdhouses, roads, trees) are exactly alike. The rhymed text underscores the idea of individuality but, at the same time, also shows that—like the birds—some creatures do share common characteristics. Click here for more of the curledupkids.com book review of Keith Baker's No Two Alike.


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*Paddington Bear All Day* by Michael Bond, illustrated by R.W. Alley - click here for our board book review

Board book:
Michael Bond and R.W. Alley's
Paddington Bear All Day

*My Pet Book* by Bob Staake - click here for our picture book review

Picture book:
Bob Staake's
My Pet Book

*Classics Illustrated Deluxe #11: The Sea-Wolf* by Jack London, adapted by Riff Reb's - click here for our middle grades book review

Middle grades:
Riff Reb's and Jack London's
Classics Illustrated Deluxe #11: The Sea-Wolf

*Pieces of Me* by Amber Kizer - click here for our middle grade readers book review

Young adult:
Amber Kizer's
Pieces of Me


Even Batman needs some help. When The Riddler kidnaps Commissioner Gordon and traps Batman, it is up to another undercover hero to help Batman save the day. This second-level book in the I Can Read! series is a fast-paced adventure sure to thrill young Batman fans—boys and girls. The reading gets an extra kick with The Riddler as the villain. His short riddles are enough to get a young reader thinking, but not enough to stump any junior detectives. Click here for more of the curledupkids.com book review of Donald Lemke, Steven E. Gordon, and Eric A. Gordon's Batman Classic: Batman versus the Riddler (I Can Read Book 2).
 
 
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