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Table of Contents

Volume XXI Number 11
November 14, 2014

Book Reviews
Can Super Red Riding Hood.
  Claudia Dávila.
Review by Meredith Cleversey.
Preschool-grade 2 / Ages 3-7.
Can A Woodpecker’s Tale. (A Tell-Me-More! Storybook).
  Sean Cassidy.
Review by Roxy Garstad.
Preschool-grade 3 / Ages 4-8.
Can Gustave.
  Rémy Simard. Illustrated by Pierre Pratt. Translated by Shelley Tanaka.
Review by Valerie Nielsen.
Kindergarten-grade 3 / Ages 5-8.
Can Boot Camp. (Zac Power).
  H. I. Larry. Illustrated by Andy Hook.
Review by Lisa Case.
Grades 2-5 / Ages 7-10.
Can Eerie Dearies: 26 Ways to Miss School.
  Rebecca Chaperon.
Review by Elizabeth Marshall.
Grades 3 and up / Ages 8 and up.
Can Pirates of the Silver Coast. (Three Thieves; Bk. 5).
  Scott Chantler.
Review by Tara Stieglitz.
Grades 4-7 / Ages 9-12.
Can When the Worst Happens: Extraordinary Stories of Survival.
  Tanya Lloyd Kyi. Art by David Parkins.
Review by Betsy Fraser.
Grades 5-8 / Ages 10-13.
Can Hardball. (Orca Sports).
  Steven Barwin.
Review by Kerri Hutchinson.
Grades 6-10 / Ages 11-15.
Can Becoming Fierce: Teen Stories IRL.
  Review by Ann Ketcheson.
Grades 12 and up / Ages 17 and up.



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