Moving!

The Reading Rockstar, and our Little Free Library are moving! We are currently in our new place but not fully unpacked or settled, so we apologize for a bit of a lapse in blog posts. We brought our library with us, and we are planning to get it back up and functioning very soon. We have to find the right spot in our new location. 🙂

If you follow our blog from Kirksville, Missouri, our new location will be at 2503 College Park Drive. If you are following from afar, we hope to have new reviews up VERY SOON. While we have been packing and moving and unpacking, your Reading Rockstar has still been reading and has great recommendations coming your way. We are excited to video from her new reading nook!

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  1. Lucy Lantz says:

    My new book has been released. I hope you will enjoy reading it.The Button (paperback)
    Category: Store > BOOKS > Paperback Fiction > Children’s
    Page Count180
    The Lantz family has to leave Austria: the new Chancellor, Adolph Hitler, and his Nazi soldiers, have an intense hatred for Jews. The family has to wait a long time to get the money for passports and boarding passes for passage to America. They are forced to leave Grandma behind, and later discover she was taken to a concentration camp.
    During the dreadful journey in steerage, Maxine befriends a lady travelling on one of the upper decks and finds a beautiful button which she is unable to return to her before they must leave the ship.
    Who would have guessed that when Papa opens a tailor shop the mysterious button will reunite their family.
    Little does Maxine know that button will become her future!
    The heart of The Button is the story of a family of Jewish immigrants appreciating the freedoms and opportunity in America.
    The book is based on family stories and historical fact. Children will learn about the history of the influx of immigrants to the USA, in a story that will captivate and entertain, as they share the emotions that Maxine encounters.
    By LUCILLE LANTZ

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