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Miss Molly’s School of Manners


Miss Molly’s School of Manners ~

Meet Algernon, a little raccoon, who was never very polite… until the day he came across Miss Molly’s School of Manners. Follow his lessons with Miss Molly, as he learns to pay attention in the Listening Carefully Lab, explores the Library of Lovely Language, picks up some table manners in the Dining Hall of Decorum, and finally becomes a good sport at Good Sports Day.

Ages: 3 years and up

Size: 9 x 10 1/8

Pages: 32pp

Author: James Maclaine

Price: $14.99

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Coder Academy

My son wanted to do a video for Coder Academy today. He’s not happy with his video, but I told him he did good since it’s been a while since he has done one. I also hope to be doing a video this week of some of our new titles and some other great books too so stay tuned! Also be sure to join for the latest updates!!
Oh, and for more information on Coder Academy, check out
Coder Academy ~
Discover the essential skills required on the way to becoming a computer coding expert in this innovative activity book, encouraging imaginative play and problem solving. The fresh, contemporary artwork helps to make basic coding concepts accessible.
Ages: 7+
Size: 7 3/4 x 9 1/2
Pages: 64
Author: Sean McManus
Price: $12.99

Night, Night on the Farm

Night, Night on the Farm
It’s bedtime on the farm! Spot each animal’s favorite good-night book in each double-page spread, then slide the tab out to reveal a cleverly hidden mini picture book so you can read along. Bedtime stories have never been so much fun.
Ages: 2-6
Size: 8 1/2 x 8 1/2
Pages: 8pp + 4 – 10pp inserts
Author: Anna Shuttlewood
Price: $14.99

Who’s Next?

This delightful and engaging book asks toddlers to guess which animal will appear next based on a tiny glimpse or hint of tail in the right-hand corner of each double-page spread. Once they’ve turned the page to see if they’ve reasoned correctly, it’s then up to the child to discover who’s left the page.
Observational skills, basic deduction and reasoning, as well as concepts such as colors and familiarity with adjectives and adverbs, are all reinforced in Who’s Next? A game, an opportunity for discussion and learning, laughter and hours of fun are all inside.
Ages: 2-6 years
Size: 9 1/4 x 11 1/4
Pages: 32
Author: Anton Poitier
Price: $9.99
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Which titles should be read in sequential order?

Billie BrownBillie B.

**Some of the Kane Miller fiction books are sequential – it’s important to read these in order as listed on our series fiction list.
•Billie B. Mysteries
•Conspiracy 365
•Conspiracy 365 Black Ops
•The Debt
•I Am Jack

•The Impossible Quest

•Kuromori Chronicles

•The Last Thirteen
•The Phoenix Files


**These series are good to read in order, but it’s not essential.
•Anna Hibiscus
•Chloe & Levesque Mysteries
•EJ12 Girl Hero
•The Mythical 9th Division

**And these are even less important to read in order
•All-Star Cheerleaders
•Billie B. Brown
•Extreme Adventures
•Hey Jack!
•Jack Russell, Dog Detective
•Pet Vet

**The books of the Choose Your Own Ever After series are standalones with unrelated stories and characters. The pick-a-path format is what makes the books a series.

Hope this helps! Should you have any questions or need book recommendations, just let me know. Want a personalized wish list? If so, let me know your child/children’s age(s) and their interests, and I can create you a personalized list!