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The Best Book Ever (This Week)

Here’s a stack of books we think you’ll love, including true stories about dogs of war, bizarre facts about food, and a look back at the last century of baseball.

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Books Reviewed on this Episode

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Paws of Courage: True Tales of Heroic Dogs That Protect and Serv

by Nancy Furstinger; foreward by Ronald L. Aiello
National Geographic Society

No Way . . . Way!: Are You My Dinner?

by Tracey West;
illustrated by Luke Flowers
Grosset & Dunlap

George Washington Carver
by Kitson Jazynka
National Geographic Society

Sonia Sotomayor

by Barbara Kramer
National Geographic Society

My First Book of Baseball: A Rookie Book
by The Editors of Sports Illustrated Kids
Sports Illustrated Books

Baseball: Then to Wow!
by The Editors of Sports Illustrated Kids
Sports Illustrated Books

DK Braille: On the Move
by DK
DK Publishing

DK Braille: It Can’t Be True
by DK
DK Publishing

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About the Author

Matthew Winner


Matthew Winner is an elementary library media specialist in Elkridge, Maryland. He is is the co-founder and content director of All The Wonders, a children’s literature website and more, and host of the Let's Get Busy podcast, a weekly podcast where Matthew talks to authors, illustrators, award winners, up-and-comers, and everyone in between. In 2013 Matthew was named a Library Journal Mover & Shaker and was invited to the White House as part of the Champions of Change program. For more information, connect with Matthew on Twitter at @MatthewWinner .

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