Episode 9, “The Raft” — Children’s Book Reviews at Mrs. Pilcher’s Bookshelf

Where is Mrs. Pilcher this week?

This week’s book is about a special patriotic table set to honor our armed forces, especially those who never make it home. What do you think the title of this book is? Here are some clues — the book was written by Margot Theis Raven and illustrated by Mike Benny. It was published by Sleeping Bear Press for children ages 6-10 years. Last week’s book “The Raft” is about a boy who spends the summer with his grandmother on a river and raft. Oh, the summer it turns out to be. This book was written and illustrated by Jim LaMarche and published by Harper Collins Publishers for children ages 4 -8 years. If you enjoy this video, please click the thumbs up to like and follow!

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Episode 6, “Mirette On The High Wire — Children’s Book Reviews at Mrs. Pilcher’s Bookshelf

Where is Mrs. Pilcher this week? This week’s book is about a caterpillar who pigs out. What do you think the title of this book is? Here are some clues, the book was written and illustrated by Eric Carle and published by Penguin Young Readers Group for children ages 2-5 Last week’s book “Mirette On The High Wire” is about the story of Mirette, a French girl who learns to walk on the tightrope. This book was written and illustrated by Emily Arnold McCully and published by Puffin Books for children ages 4-8. If you enjoy this video, please click the thumbs up to like and follow! Web: http://mrspilchersbookshelf.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mrspilchersbookshelf Instagram: https://instagram.com/mrs_pilchers_bookshelf

Episode 5, “Charlotte’s Webb” — Children’s Book Reviews at Mrs. Pilcher’s Bookshelf

Where is Mrs. Pilcher this week? This week’s book is a story about a French girl who learns to walk on the tightrope, thanks to one of the greatest tight walkers, who comes to stay at her mother’s inn. What do you think the title of this book is? Here are some clues — written and illustrated by Emily Arnold McCully and published by Puffin Books for children ages 4-8. Last week’s book was “Charlotte’s Webb” written by E. B. White and Illustrated by Garth Williams. It was published by Harper & Brothers for children ages 8-12 years. If you enjoy this video, please click the thumbs up to like and follow! Web: http://mrspilchersbookshelf.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mrspilchersbookshelf Instagram: https://instagram.com/mrs_pilchers_bookshelf

Are You Into Stories About The Old West?

If you or your children like Western books, you may have come across author Stephen Burckhardt who has authored several books such as “Into the West: The Orphan Train”, “Into the West: A New Home”, “Into the West: Sharon Springs”, and “Into the West: Most wanted”. Burkhardt’s books have made Amazon best seller’s lists and been TopShelf Indie Book Awards Nominee and finalists. You can find out more about Burckhardt and books at his blog: https://www.stephenburckhardt.com/blog-ramblings.