Book Time

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September 2019

Beautiful, but sad, The Phone Booth in Mr. Hirota’s Garden and other picture books reviewed

I review the beautiful, but sad The Phone Booth in Mr. Hirota's Garden, based on a true story, and other new release picture books.

Talking to Toronto author/illustrator Paul Gilligan about the King of the Mole People

Book Time interviews Toronto author/illustrator Paul Gilligan about his middle grade book King of the Mole People, which is now out.

Amazing information, stunning photos in DK’s Smithsonian Explanatorium of Nature

Explanatorium of Nature is an up-close look at how our planet and its creatures work.

Science, ghosts and finding your place: non-fiction, children and graphic novel reviewed

Questions answered, ghost stories and friendship, books for kids reviewed.

Guest post: Author Allison Mills talks about The Ghost Collector and the power of music

Allison Mills, author of the middle grade book The Ghost Collector, talks about the connection to music in this guest post as part of the Annick Press Blog Tour.

Back-to-school reading – all about bugs present and extinct

Bugs today are gross - learn about the ones you can find outside your house and ones that roamed the Earth before man.

Reviewing picture books from authors including Akiko Miyakoshi and Marianne Dubuc

New books by Akiko Miyakoshi and Marianne Dubuc, plus other picture book releases.

From space junk to space lost and found, great information in this Inforgraphic book for kids

What is that sparkling light across the sky? Learn about it and other space information with this book of infograph for kids.

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