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Great Summer Book List 2011

Keep your child reading this summer with this list of the best kids' books published in the past 12 months.

Books: A Fashionable Birthday Gift

Kids' books with activites, or popouts or an exciting team can seem like an educational toy.

Babies from a Sibling's Perspective

Several new kids' books have insights about a brother's or sister's feelings about a new arrival.

Myths and Armchair Adventures

Reviews of children's books on Greek myths, Darwin's voyage and the Silk Road.

3 Black History Month Biographies

An autobiography of Condoleeza Rice and biographies of Muhammad Ali and Harriet Tubman provide good reading for Black History Month.

A Bunny’s Brief Escape

Komako Sakai’s Mad at Mommyis a classic expression of a lifetime relationship that would be hard to convey better or more concisely

The Best Children's Books of 2010

The Horn Book Magazine, which has provide reviews of children’s books for more than 85 years, has released its Fanfare List of best children’s books published in the past year.

Eye-Popping Pop-Up Books for Kids

Master children's pop-up book creators like Robert Sabuda and Matthew Reinhart craft new ways to tell classic stories.

A Tween & Teen Man Skills Manual

The Complete Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Man Skills

Parallel Universes for Ages 4-8

In new books for the post-toddler set, ironic twists give kids the upper hand in the world that adults have to fit into.

Art Books Blend Knowledge and Fun

For kids and their parents, art books translate into fun and new ways to see the world, a great blend of education and recreation.

Architecture Books for Children

From the sublime of design to the nitty gritty of bricks and mortar, these books introduce kids to architecture.

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