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The cleverly written storylines are told in a rhythmic style, and the magnificently animated illustrations are both enchanting and mesmerizing. #lillythelash #childrensbooks #eyelashfairy #lifelessons

The cleverly written storylines are told in a rhythmic style, and the magnificently animated illustrations are both enchanting and mesmerizing.

Weeds Find a Way by Cynthia Jenson-Elliott

Weeds Find a Way by Cindy Jenson-Elliot and Carolyn Fisher (illus). Not exclusively about nature in the city, but weeds certainly grow everywhere!

Mae and the Moon written and illustrated by Jami Gigot (2015) Mae loved the moon. She liked to play hide and seek with the moon. She made moon shadows. And she laid on the grass and looked up at th...

Mae and the Moon written and illustrated by Jami Gigot Mae loved the moon. She liked to play hide and seek with the moon. She made moon shadows. And she laid on the grass and looked up at th.

Bread and Jam for Frances [Hardcover] by Russell Hoban.....I loved all of the Frances books when I was a child!!

Bread and Jam for Frances [Hardcover] by Russell Hoban.I loved all of the Frances books when I was a child!

FUN FACT: Carnivals are outdoor festivals offering games, rides, food, and a most cheerful atmosphere. Originating in Europe hundreds of years ago, these events were seen as a celebration of life, and were often based around a seasonal change. Let’s Go!!! #lillythelash #childrensbooks #lifelessons #eyelashfairy

FUN FACT: Carnivals are outdoor festivals offering games, rides, food, and a most cheerful atmosphere. Originating in Europe hundreds of years ago, these events were seen as a celebration of life, and were often based around a seasonal change. Let’s Go!!! #lillythelash #childrensbooks #lifelessons #eyelashfairy

Brobarians by Lindsay Ward. Conan the Barbarian has nothing on these two brave warriors.

(Two Lions) This is the tale of the mighty Brobarians. Two warriors, once at peace…now at odds.

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Twelve-year-old Amelia arrives in San Francisco with her mother and family in 1851 and dresses like a boy in the mostly male town, cutting her hair and wearing a cap to work as a newsboy selling Eastern newspapers.

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