Sarah's Holiday Pick 2017: "For most people right now, the watching the news requires mental fortification. There’s just so much negativity and horror reported every day. This story follows one little girl and her family as they decide to fight back in the smallest yet most effective ways possible. A touching demonstration of how even in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds, all you need to do is walk out your door and make your corner of the world a little better."
Sarah's Holiday Pick 2017: "We all know nothing rhymes with orange. But have you ever stopped to think about how that makes Orange feel? He’s probably used to not getting invited along to poetry involving grapes and pears, but what about when even Cantaloupe gets to play? Or Kumquat? Or Friedrich Nietzsche? Just read it, and try not to laugh (or say “aww…” at the end)."
Cliff's Holiday Pick 2017: "What happened to Humpty Dumpty after all the king’s horses and all the king’s men put humpty back together again? He was understandably wary of climbing that wall again. Who wouldn’t be? But life on the ground is so much less exciting than it is in the sky. A book about not letting a fall, even a bad one keep you from getting back up, this is a wonderfully book from a favorite author of mine."
Cliff's Holiday Pick 2017: "Such a great book! In the vein of Last Stop on Market Street or Counting on Community, it’s a story all about appreciating your neighborhood. Every part of it. Beautifully illustrated and lovingly crafted. Take a trip down your street and take in the views its many windows have to offer."
Cliff's Holiday Pick 2017: "This book takes the Bob Ross quote (“There are no mistakes, only happy accidents”) to heart. Join the author on a journey as she turns a few happy accidents into some very impressive art."