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EVENT WILL BE RESCHEDULED: LBH: Marilyn Pittelli book signing: No, Go, and Tell!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No, Go, and Tell! by local author, Marilyn Pittelli, addresses the difficult topic of sexual abuse prevention for five to nine year olds.  It helps children to distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate touch and to become more comfortable with protecting themselves and reporting abusive behaviors.

EVENT WILL BE RESCHEDULED: LBH: Linda MacRitchie Graf signs, Treasure in the Trunk: A Wordless Picture Book

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Stuck inside on a rainy day, two siblings and their beloved Boston Terrier learn about the wonders of exploration as they journey upstairs into a gloomy attic. Follow this intrepid trio as they discover an old trunk and the remarkable treasure hidden inside, and enjoy an interactive storytelling experience perfect for multilingual families and classrooms.

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$14.95
ISBN: 9781942483670
Availability: Coming Soon - PRE-ORDER NOW
Published: CrissCross AppleSauce - June 20th, 2020

LBH: Elizabeth Zunon reads and signs her latest illustrated books: BEDTIME FOR SWEET CREATURES & AS BIG AS THE SKY

Local artist and children's book author/illustrator Elizabeth Zunon reads and signs her latest illustrated books, BEDTIME FOR SWEET CREATURES (Nikki Grimes) and AS BIG AS THE SKY (Caroline Rose). It's always a treat when Liz comes to visit!

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By Nikki Grimes, Elizabeth Zunon (Illustrator)
$17.99
ISBN: 9781492638322
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Sourcebooks Jabberwocky - January 14th, 2020

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By Carolyn Rose, Elizabeth Zunon (Illustrator)
$16.95
ISBN: 9781454923572
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Sterling Children's Books - January 7th, 2020

LBH: Well-Read Black Girl Book Club

Well-Read Black Girl Book Club. A first, informal meet-and-greet to talk books, go over community and book club guidelines, and get this club going! The Little Book House is now a host store for the nationwide Well-Read Black Girl Book Club. Our focus will be middle readers, ages 9-13, but adults and young adults are welcome. 

EVENT WILL BE RESCHEDULED: LBH: Linda Marshall signs, Saving the Countryside: The Story of Beatrix Potter and Peter Rabbit

Through she's universally known as the creator of The Tale of Peter Rabbit, Beatrix Potter did so much more. This is the true story about how she helped save the English countryside!

Growing up in London, Beatrix Potter felt the restraints of Victorian times. Girls didn't go to school and weren't expected to work. But she longed to do something important, something that truly mattered. As Beatrix spent her summers in the country and found inspiration in nature, it was through this passion that her creativity flourished.

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By Linda Marshall, Ilaria Urbinati (Illustrator)
$17.99
ISBN: 9781499809602
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: little bee books - January 28th, 2020

LBH: Isabella Sementilli signs her book, The Stort Story of One Tough Cookie

When a classmate pulls a prank on Isabella, she must learn at an early age to tackle her physical adversity and turn it into a positive. Learning to live with the debilitating effects from a concussion sends her on a mission. Isabella learns many life-long lessons along the way… making her one tough cookie.


A portion of my book sales will be donated to anti-bullying and brain injury awareness organizations throughout the country.

 

 

LBH: Noelle Gentile signs and discusses, Isla and Lulu

The children’s book “Isla and Lulu” aims to create a more loving and inclusive world for children with special needs, children who are medically fragile and their families.

LBH: Karen Beil book launch party and signing for What Linnaeus Saw

In What Linnaeus Saw, Karen Magnuson Beil chronicles Linnaeus's life and career in readable, relatable prose. As a boy, Linnaeus hated school and had little interest in taking up the religious profession his family had chosen. Though he struggled through Latin and theology classes, Linnaeus was an avid student of the natural world and explored the school's gardens and woods, transfixed by the properties of different plants. At twenty-five, on a solo expedition to the Scandinavian Mountains, Linnaeus documented and described dozens of new species.

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$21.95
ISBN: 9781324004684
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Norton Young Readers - October 1st, 2019

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