Missourian in Education

Book Buzz News


There’s no time of year students enjoy more than summer break, and Newsbee has an activity to fill your free time — reading — so you don’t succumb to a learning slump. Laze in bed with a book, lounge near the pool lost in a story or linger at the library perusing the stacks. Welcome “Summer …


It’s mucho, magnifico May, and Newsbee’s flying high about his theme for this month, “One World Many Stories.” As you “Page On” you’ll learn about children from different countries, their cultures and customs, and realize we share heartfelt commonalities that draw us close, despite our far-f…

Newsbee happily announces the Book Buzz review winner for this month is Natalie Vogel, a third-grader at Immanuel Lutheran School, Washington. Her review of “The Word Collector,” by Peter H. Reynolds was superlative – and her efforts will earn her one of next month’s Book Buzz Picks, complim…

“Bee-lieve You Can” is Newsbee’s motto for the month, and he’s chosen stellar books that mark the merits of determination. Join him in his hive-quest for the best. If we put our minds to it, we can make our wildest dreams come true, and our ordinary goals more achievable. Keep “Paging On!”

Baby Buzz

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Curb a bad habit and have your funny bone tickled too — the Baby Buzz Pick for April is for preschoolers, but there’s not an adult around who won’t enjoy the clever, singsongy rhyme in “People Don’t Bite People,” by Lisa Wheeler.


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