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MBR: Children's Bookwatch, September
Carlos thinks he's the most clever one of all - even king of the zoo - until he faces a host of other creatures who hold different ideas about who is actually on top. Can his ability to change colors result in a superior position? Kids will find this a fun, thought-provoking tale. Suddenly Sir Yips-A-Lot worries that he will be replaced in cuteness - and he tries to ramp up his own appeal to assure he'll always have a place in Janie's heart.
Unfortunately she's preoccupied with Meow-Meow: A lovely story emerges. Red Nose Studio provides an engaging accompaniment to the whimsical survey of what it takes to run away from home, and how best to do so - a pick for any who can read sentences and are moving into the chapter book realm, but who aren't quite there yet. Soon his work appears on walls of temples and in public - and his paintings become so realistic that his contemporaries take notice.
While this is a biography and stays true to facts, it reads with all the drama and flair of fiction, and is a recommended pick for any who want their biographies spiced with fictional methods of drama and characterization.
All are fine picks for picturebook collections. The grain of sand is terrified if sand can have emotion but over the years becomes transformed during its encounter with the oyster - and when a diver discovers its beauty, it changes from being a worthless grain to something magical. A fine story of how sand becomes a pearl becomes a magical account in this fine saga.
The first is that a position as Fox News propagandist is very much the sort of experience an American needs to be a UN Ambassador, especially for this administration. The second is that all the job requires is a willingness to sell one's soul for the promotion of US war agendas, and to occasionally help kick Palestinian human rights further into the gutter than they already are.
No experience is required for this, and these are things we already know Nauert could do in her sleep. As State Department Spokeswoman, Nauert's messaging has already been moving in lockstep with that of Haley anyway. She speaks about Syria as though it is the property of the United States, routinely warning the Syrian government not to re-take its own land from the western-backed terrorist factions that nearly overran the nation.
She regularly promotes the unrest in Iran that the Trump administration has been deliberately attempting to foment with starvation sanctions and CIA covert opsand helps sell the absolute lie that Iran is "the leading state sponsor of terrorism". She promotes anti-Venezuela narrativesanti-Russia narrativesanti-North Korea narrativesanti-Houthi narrativesand anti-Palestinian narratives.
She's been at this job since April of last year, and her talking points have consistently mirrored Haley's.
Nauert is perfectly qualified for the job of UN Ambassador, because all that job requires is being a sociopathic war pig. She's already been doing that. All this fuss about Nauert's "experience" highlights perfectly why Trump's ostensible opposition has been almost entirely worthless: