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#Readers, looking for #Children’s #books? Ck out the #RRBC Catalog for some entertaining #reads! @RRBC_Org @RRBC_RWISA @Tweets4RWISA @NonnieJules

NOTE:  All blurbs posted here are the work of the author and are taken directly from Amazon.  The RRBC team accepts no credit or critiques for these blurbs.

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To learn more about Bette and her other books, visit her RRBC AUTHOR PAGE!

“Amazing Matilda”

Amazing Matilda (Children's Literature): The Tale of A Monarch Butterfly by [Stevens, Bette A.]

“The Tangram Zoo and Word Puzzles Too!”



To learn more about Harriet and her other books, visit her RRBC AUTHOR PAGE!

“First Steps, First Snow”

First Steps, First Snow by Harriet Hodgson

Whether it’s changing seasons, changing scenes, or observing wildlife, nature adds wonder to our lives. First Steps, First Snow (based on a true story) describes a magical walk in the woods on a winter night.

The poem guides readers on the walk and encourages the observation of nature. Watercolor illustrations show nocturnal animals that live in forests.

At the end, the two children and the animals are all snug and sound asleep — a perfect bedtime story for readers of all ages.

“Ready, Set, Lead!” 

Ready Set Lead by Harriet Hodgson

Hodgson believes that great leadership can be learned from a young age. This beautifully illustrated and thoughtful book is meant to be shared and enjoyed while giving children tools to find their own unique gifts and the values that make great leaders.

“Grief Doodling”

Grief Doodling by Harriet Hodgson'

From the very first page, Grief Doodling invites action. Topics range from the benefits of doodling, to why doodling is fun, to doodling tips, and responding to doodling prompts. The prompts, based on grief research, promote self-worth and healing.

This is a hopeful book—something all grieving kids need.



To learn more about Joy and her other books, visit her RRBC AUTHOR PAGE!

“Joyful Pussycat Tales”

Joyful Pussycat Tales by Joy M. Lilley Amazon edition



“Trails and Trials”

Trails and Trials: An African Adventure - Fauna Park Tales by [Botha, Maretha]

“Flame and Hope: An African Adventure”

Flame and Hope: An African Adventure Fauna Park Tales by [Botha, Maretha]

“Friends: An African Adventure”

Friends: An African Adventure Fauna Park Tales by [Botha, Maretha]

“The Orphan’s Plight”

The Orphans' Plight: An African Adventure - Fauna Park Tales by [Botha, Maretha]



“The Cat Who Wanted A Dog”


8 thoughts on “#Readers, looking for #Children’s #books? Ck out the #RRBC Catalog for some entertaining #reads! @RRBC_Org @RRBC_RWISA @Tweets4RWISA @NonnieJules”

  1. My review for Tails by W.J. Scott–
    A tale to keep readers wanting more! 3/3

    I received a paperback copy of Tails from author W/ J. Scott some time also. In this middle-grade fantasy tale, Kywah has lost his tail to a hunter, and now the hunters are back to get the rest of his pack’s tails. Since Kywah has nothing left to interest the hunters, it’s up to him to make his way through the gauntlet and find the Wise One so that he can find the Deep Magic that will save his pack.

    Tails is a high-interest story with messages that provide excellent discussion points for M/G and YA readers. Themes include facing your fears and meeting challenges that may seem impossible and putting others first. This is a wonderful adventure story that families and classrooms can enjoy together. I highly recommend Tails as a read-aloud. Readers and listeners are sure to enjoy the graphic images that accompany the story as well. Scott has conjured up a winner for Book 1 in a series that is sure to keep us wanting more. ~Bette A. Stevens, author of award-winning children’s picture book AMAZING MATILDA and other books for children and adults.


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