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I do most of my reading on a Kindle Paperwhite. I'm currently reading the Penguin Classics translation of The Count of Monte Cristo (much better than the Project Gutenberg version I read years ago) and the Kindle's X-Ray feature, which lets me find o...

by Susan Stephenson, www.thebookchook.comAustralian author, Sandy Fussell, suggested I create a list of children’s picture books about books, and even helped me compile my list! Embedded below you will find a list of children’s picture books that...

Today marks the birthday of the poet John Keats. He was born on 31st October (the day is not absolutely established, but most likely) 1795 in Moorgate, London and he died just 25 years later, in Rome. During that period … Continue reading ͛...

Reviewed by Susan Stephenson, www.thebookchook.comDino-Store is an interactive story app for children about Leo and his father who buy some enormous eggs at the grocery store. It was written by Roger Sedarat and illustrated by Trade Loeffler. From th...

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by Susan Stephenson, www.thebookchook.comIn most curricula there is an emphasis on asking children to respond to literature. One way to do this is to write a book review, and I have suggestions for kids who want to do that in my article How Do Kids W...

A pale, lack-lustre sun is peeking through the clouds today, most welcome after some heavy rain. The morning is still rather dark and dreary, making candles seem like just the thing. Here's the view from my chair - with my slippers visible in the for...