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Kids will race to read ‘The Quickest Kid in Clarksville’

She wasn’t as fast as Wilma Rudolph, but Alta was close, and that made her dream. What, she wondered, would it be like to have three Olympic gold medals hanging around her neck?

Learn about LGBT history in new book for kids

Lately,you’ve been hearing a lot about gay rights and gay marriage, and you want to know more. Read “Gay & Lesbian History for Kids”by Jerome Pohlen, and your questions might be answered.

Letters to Rome find a home in new book

Out of the mouths of babes? I think so; the questions inside “Dear Pope Francis” are sweet and innocent, but heavy in nature and they may be issues that you wrestle with, too. That means you’ll likely enjoy what you read, just as much as your child will.

With luck, kids will love ‘How to Catch a Leprechaun’

Leprechauns, apparently, are full of mischief and this book, with its catchy little rhyme, shows children the many ways they bring mayhem to a home.