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url 2014-07-27 06:15
Absolutely Incredible and Inspiring video of Man kind.

a must watch!!

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url 2014-06-13 12:33
Incredible story of selflessness and humanity. (check the link!)
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url 2014-01-14 01:03
Incredible Change Bots Theme Song!
Incredible Change-Bots - Jeffrey Brown

Before Jeffrey Brown won us all over with his Darth Vader parenting books, he was riffing on 80s cartoons in the Incredible Change Bots books. (Also he wrote some books about cats which are top notch, and some autobiographical comics for grown ups which I've never seen because I'm immature.) Brown has become my son's favorite comic dude, which makes me so happy because I want to punch Greg Heffley in the balls so hard he sees stars. 


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review 2013-09-23 20:22
Picture Book Monday: September 2013
Mr. Tiger Goes Wild - Peter Brown
Ike's Incredible Ink - Brianne Farley
Anton and the Battle - Ole Könnecke
Maude The Not-So-Noticeable Shrimpton - Lauren Child,Trisha Krauss
Journey - Aaron Becker
Aesop's Fables (North-South) - Aesop,Lisbeth Zwerger,Margaret A. Hughes
Sukey and the Mermaid - Robert D San Souci
If You Want to See a Whale - Julie Fogliano
Vampirina Ballerina Hosts a Sleepover - Anne Marie Pace,LeUyen Pham

Mr. Tiger Goes Wild by Peter Brown: I like Peter Brown’s books a lot, and his new one has a nice storyline that has a message without feeling too preachy. I also liked the artwork, which seemed a little Klassen-y (I mean that in the best way).


Ike’s Incredible Ink by Brianne Farley: A story of creativity and creative travails.


Anton and the Battle by Ole Konnecke: A fun story of two boys telling tale tales…until a dog provides a sudden dose of reality.


Aesop’s Fables by Lisbeth Zwerger: This collection really shines because of two things. First, the simplicity–one story per page, with one illustration facing. Second, the delicate pen and ink illustrations, which transplant the fables to Switzerland.


Maude by Lauren Child: WELL THAT ENDING WAS UNEXPECTED. I’m glad someone else illustrated it too–gives it a different feel from Child’s other books, as charming as those are.


Journey by Aaron Becker: Favorite book of the month. Beautiful illustrations in a wordless picture book about the power of imagination and creativity, which makes it sound heavy and message-y. It’s not. It’s magical, and when I finished, I flipped back to the beginning and started again. Think David Wiesner, except more ethereal.


Sukey and the Mermaid by Robert D. San Souci: Great mermaid story from South Carolina.


If You Want to See a Whale by Julie Fogliano and Erin Stead: Lovely, poetic. These two make a wonderful team.


Vampirina Ballerina Hosts a Sleepover by Anne Marie Pace and Le Uyen Pham: The charm of this one is in the details, especially Le Uyen Pham’s lovely illustrations.

Source: bysinginglight.wordpress.com/2013/09/23/picture-book-monday-september-2013
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