Posts Tagged "Bunk Reads"

Camp Vega Features Bunk Reads

Posted by on Jun 13, 2016 in BR Camps, BR Press | Comments Off on Camp Vega Features Bunk Reads

Camp Vega Features Bunk Reads

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Publishers Weekly Features Bunk Reads

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Publishers Weekly Features Bunk Reads

Thank you to journalist Judith Rosen of Publishers Weekly for her interest in the launch of BUNK READS!  Read her feature in PW Children’s Bookshelf. “As an industry, we do an amazing job of creating good stories. The right book turns kids into readers. We need projects that don’t just rely on booksellers and librarians for discovery. We need more partners.” —Kirsten Cappy of Curious City of founding on Bunk Reads  ...

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Bunk Reads Review Postcards

Posted by on Jun 7, 2016 in BR Development | Comments Off on Bunk Reads Review Postcards

Bunk Reads Review Postcards

How will campers hear about Bunk Reads?  Each camp will be fashioning their outreach to campers, but readers might just discover the program by opening a book at camp and finding this postcard inside. Our thanks again to Bunk Reads illustrator and designer Marty...

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Star in the Forest

Posted by on Jun 7, 2016 in BR Library | Comments Off on Star in the Forest

Star in the Forest

By Laura Resau Publisher: Random House Children’s Books Pages: 160 Age Range: 7 – 10 Years ABOUT Zitlally’s family is undocumented, and her father has just been arrested for speeding and deported back to Mexico. As her family waits for him to return—they’ve paid a coyote to guide him back across the border—they receive news that he and the coyote’s other charges have been kidnapped and are being held for ransom. Meanwhile, Zitlally and a new friend find a dog in the forest near their trailer park. They name it Star for the star-shaped patch over its eye. As time goes on,...

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The Charmed Children of Rookskill Castle

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The Charmed Children of Rookskill Castle

By Janet Fox Publisher: Penguin Young Readers Group Pages: 400 Lexile: 740L Age Range: 10 – 14 Years ABOUT “Keep calm and carry on.” That’s what Katherine Bateson’s father told her, and that’s what she’s trying to do: when her father goes off to the war, when her mother sends Kat and her brother and sister away from London to escape the incessant bombing, even when the children arrive at Rookskill Castle, an ancient, crumbling manor on the misty Scottish highlands. But it’s hard to keep calm in the strange castle that seems haunted by ghosts or worse. What’s making those terrifying...

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