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June 1, 2016

Editors’ Picks: Lucky November

To continue with Editors’ Picks Week, here are some amazing reads for this month chosen by the editor of Lucky , Caitlin Casey!


Monstrous Stories #2: Attack of the Giant Hamster by Dr. Roach

Lions, tigers, and…giant hamsters? This new series proves a monster can be anything and come from anywhere! Combing horror and humor perfectly, these silly thrillers will have kids scrambling for the next installment.


Rainbow Magic Special Edition: Cheryl the Christmas Tree Fairy by Daisy Meadows

There is something frosty in the air when Cheryl’s Christmas tree goes missing at the cozy cabin. In this magical Christmas special edition, readers have to help Rachel and Kirsty find the three magic items to save the spirit of Christmas.


National Geographic Kids: 125 True Stories of Amazing Animals

Did you know there is a dolphin that can use an iPad and a doggie doorman? I bet you haven’t heard of the giant Pacific octopus whose favorite toy is a Mr. Potato Head. Well, I didn’t know about them until I read this great book packed with wacky facts and fun stories about animals and all the amazing things they do!


Turkey Bowl by Phil Bildner, illustrated by C. F. Payne

The Turkey Bowl game is a tradition in Ethan’s family, but when he wakes up to find out the game is cancelled due to loads of snow, Ethan decides this tradition is too important to let go for even one year. Suit up and join the game in this family holiday story!


 Mind Your Manners, B.B. Wolf by Judy Sierra, illustrated by J. Otto Seibold


The Big Bad Wolf has been invited to a tea party, but his manners are a mess! Get ready to clean up your act with some favorite storybook characters in this silly story.

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