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Tired of teaching kids to read with silly little stories? This week's sponsor Kingfisher is here to help! Their Kingfisher Readers line of nonfiction books comes in 5 different reading levels. Click through today and discover which level is right for your young reader, and download free audiobooks!

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Benjamin becomes a caretaker for a boy named Trevor and takes him on a cross country trip to see Trevor’s father.

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The Great Survivors, How Monarchy Made It into the Twenty-First Century Peter Conradi / Alma Books / $19.95 / 9781846882159 / 184688215X / Biography / History / Trade Paper / On Sale: Jun 01, 2012 / In this riveting, extensively researched account of the royals, the celebrated coauthor of The King's Speech reveals the scandals, excesses, conflicts, and interests behind the pomp of the ceremonial garb and the grandeur of the official functions.