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Today Loren discusses four children's books in this edition of Books to Grow On.

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Do you find yourself constantly looking for great chapter books that your family will enjoy? Today there are so many books begin published, but so much of it junk. We've put together a list of our favorite chapter books series. They're wholesome, beautiful, and your family won't be able to put them down!

Top 10 Chapter Book Series (That Your Family Won't Be Able to Put Down)

Do you find yourself constantly looking for great chapter books that your family will enjoy? We've put together a list of our favorite chapter books series. They're wholesome, beautiful, and your family won't be able to put them down!

Great picture book suggestions for long winter days!

8 Picture Books for Winter Days

Everyday Reading - Fun Modern Motherhood with a Practical Spin: 8 Picture Books for Winter Days

the best of 2015 -- chapter books kids will love!

The Best Chapter Books 2015

The Best MIddle Grade Children's Chapter Books 2015 - these will make great kid Christmas gifts!

My Weird School  great series for reluctant readers  around a 3rd-grade reading level  in this one Miss Daisy acts as though she can't spell or do math  kids will see it's a clever ploy to get her class to do the work themselves  One of the great books for boys, reluctant readers. Beginning chapter book. A nice book to get if you know a kid who likes Captain Underpants.

My Weird School series by Dan Gutman. Pictured is Miss Daisy is Crazy: Miss Daisy's unusual teaching methods surprise her second grade students, especially reluctant learner A.

Great stocking gift - for parents to help keep the kids from being bored over winter break (or Spring Break) and still learning!  $9.99!

50 Science Things to Make and Do These simple step-by-step activities combine hands-on fun and scientific investigation.

The Web by Nette Hilton ~ Jenny and her great-grandmother, Violet-Anne, discover a special, seven-legged spider whose last web is the most wonderful of all, a shared web that is full of memories for Violet-Anne and comfort for Jenny.

The Web - won more awards: CBCA Honor Book of the Year, CBCA Younger Readers Book of the Year, and Best Children's Book of the Year, Bank Street College

A garden produces a variety of edible plants, such as corn that grows up, onions that grow down, and tomato vines that twine all around.

Veggies for All - Up, Down, and Around by Katherine Ayres, illustrated by Nadine Bernard Westcott

Explore the garden as a habitat from many perspectives and wonder "Whose Garden Is It?"

Whose Garden Is It? by Mary Ann Hoberman - Excellent spring preschool read-aloud for inspiring thought about growing things, community, and ownership. The entrancing illustrations and rhymes don't hurt either!

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