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Table of Contents

Volume XXI Number 1
September 5, 2014

Book Reviews
Can 100 Hungry Monkeys!
  Masayuki Sebe.
Review by Gregory Bryan and Chasity Findlay.
Preschool-kindergarten / Ages 2-5.
Can Wild Berries.
  Julie Flett.
Review by Rachel Yaroshuk.
Preschool-kindergarten / Ages 3-5.
Can The Race.
  Édouard Manceau. Translated by Sarah Quinn.
Review by Elizabeth Marshall.
Preschool-grade 2 / Ages 4-7.
Can What There Is Before There Is Anything There. (A Scary Story).
  Liniers. Translated by Elisa Amado.
Review by Lian Beveridge.
Preschool-grade 2 / Ages 4-7.
Can The Dot That Became Everything.
  Derek Khani.
Review by Valerie Nielsen.
Kindergarten and up / Ages 5 and up.
Can The Slug. (Disgusting Critters).
  Élise Gravel.
Review by Kaitlyn Vardy.
Grades 1- 2 / Ages 6-7.
Can Max Loves Muñecas!
  Zetta Elliott. Illustrated by Mauricio J. Flores.
Review by Kay Weisman.
Grades 2-5 / Ages 7-10.
Can The Magician of Auschwitz.
  Kathy Kacer. Illustrated by Gillian Newland.
Review by Reesa Cohen.
Grades 2-5 / Ages 7-10.
Can Do You Know Hyenas? (Do You Know?).
  Alain M. Bergeron, Michel Quintin & Sampar. Illustrated by Sampar. Translated by Solange Messier.
Review by Ian Stewart.
Grades 2-6 / Ages 7-11.
Can Our Heroes: How Kids Are Making a Difference.
  Janet Wilson.
Review by Gillian Richardson.
Grades 2-7 / Ages 7-12.
Can Red River Raging. (Disaster Strikes, 8).
  Penny Draper.
Review by Jonine Bergen.
Grades 3-7 / Ages 8-12.
Can Iginla Sparks the Flames.
  Mike Leonetti. Illustrated by Gary McLaughlin.
Review by Dave Jenkinson.
Grades 3-7 / Ages 8-12.
Can Memory Maze. (The Hypnotists, Bk. 2).
  Gordon Korman.
Review by Kerri Hutchinson.
Grades 4-7 / Ages 9-12.
Can The Cat at the Wall.
  Deborah Ellis.
Review by Beth Maddigan.
Grades 4-9 / Ages 9-14.
Can Jessie Elliot is a Big Chicken.
  Élise Gravel.
Review by Natalie Schembri.
Grades 5-8 / Ages 10-13.
Can From the Dead. (The Seven Sequels).
  Norah McClintock.
Review by Kay Weisman.
Grades 5-8 / Ages 10-13.
Can Coda. (The Seven Sequels).
  Ted Staunton.
Review by Mark Mueller.
Grades 5-9 / Ages 10-14.
Can Sleeper. (The Seven Sequels).
  Eric Walters.
Review by Rob Bittner.
Grades 5-10 / Ages 10-15.
Can Tin Soldier. (The Seven Sequels).
  Sigmund Brouwer.
Review by Crystal Sutherland.
Grades 5-11 / Ages 10-16.
Can Broken Arrow. (The Seven Sequels).
  John Wilson.
Review by Amber Allen.
Grades 7-10 / Ages 12-15.
Can The Wolf and Me. (The Seven Sequels).
  Richard Scrimger.
Review by Mary Thomas.
Grades 7-10 / Ages 12-15.
Can Double You. (The Seven Sequels).
  Shane Peacock.
Review by Amy Dawley.
Grades 9-11 / Ages 14-16.
Can When Everything Feels Like the Movies.
  Raziel Reid.
Review by Rob Bittner.
Grades 10-12 / Ages 15-17.

Professional Reading

Can Half for You and Half for Me: Best-Loved Nursery Rhymes and the Stories Behind Them.
  Katherine Govier. Illustrated by Sarah Clement.
Review by Michelle Superle.

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