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Kids Book Review: Just Bunny and the Great Fire Rescue by Jeanne LaSala Taylor

★★★★★ Just Bunny and the Great Fire Rescue by Jeanne LaSala TaylorPerfect for: preschool to middle elementaryPage Count: 38 pagesPublisher: Mascot BooksPub Date: February 4, 2020 What I Loved: Just Bunny and the Great Fire Rescue is a true story of the loss and rescue of Just Bunny. Jeanne LaSala Taylor wrote this as a thank you to… Continue reading Kids Book Review: Just Bunny and the Great Fire Rescue by Jeanne LaSala Taylor

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Kids Book Review: Cami Kangaroo Has Too Much Stuff by Stacy C. Bauer

★★★★★ What I Loved: The artwork in Cami Kangaroo Has Too Much Stuff was so well done. It fit the story so well. My daughter mentioned things about the artwork multiple times. "Mom her pouch is REALLY stuffed with toys." "Mom, that's a REALLY messy room." I found that my daughter absolutely loved how the… Continue reading Kids Book Review: Cami Kangaroo Has Too Much Stuff by Stacy C. Bauer

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My Sister's Super Skills by Lauren Mosback

★★★★★ My Sister's Super Skills by Lauren MosbackGood for Readers: preschool to middle elementaryPage Count: 38 pagesPublisher: Mascot BooksPub Date: January 7, 2020 What I Loved: This book is focused on helping a young child learn tools for handling their emotions. I loved that these actions related to animals. I think that a tool that connects to… Continue reading My Sister's Super Skills by Lauren Mosback

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A Memoir Worth Reading: Spirit Baby by Nina Neilson Little

★★★★★ “There’s an ancient Chinese belief that women possess two hearts; an upper heart associated with the standard Western heart, and a lower heart tied to the uterus. They say that women hold dreams of infants, lost children, and babies never-meant-to-be in their upper hearts, while babies destined to be born travel to their mother’s… Continue reading A Memoir Worth Reading: Spirit Baby by Nina Neilson Little

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Paper Wife by Laila Ibrahim

★★★★ Paper Wife by Laila IbrahimPage Count: 293 pagesPublisher: Lake Union PublishingPub Date: October 30, 2018 What I Loved: Paper Wife was a story filled with so much determination and pure resolve to make things work and I loved that! Mei Ling continues, time after time, to make choices that will take care of her, and her family.… Continue reading Paper Wife by Laila Ibrahim

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Fantastic You by Danielle Dufayet

★★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: This book was FANTASTIC! Children can be very hard on themselves and they way this book was written, it gave such an uplifting way for children to love and forgive themselves. This book is not written as on story that has a start and a finish, it is lots… Continue reading Fantastic You by Danielle Dufayet

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Crow Not Crow by Jane Yolen and Adam Stemple

★★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: This book focuses on bird watching with a daughter and father. I loved that this past-time is clearly something that the father and daughter get to do together. Bird watching was a new concept to my daughter and she enjoyed the daughter learning from her father...Crow? Not Crow. How… Continue reading Crow Not Crow by Jane Yolen and Adam Stemple

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Rita the Remodel Girl by Kathy Guyitt

A Summer Project Begins ★★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: This story's focus on a female in a male dominated career was really impactful for me. I loved that the daughter looked up to the mom and helped her on projects for work. I think it is so important for our daughters to feel empowered… Continue reading Rita the Remodel Girl by Kathy Guyitt

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Hush Up and Hibernate by Sandra Markle

Howard McWilliam (Illustrator) ★★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: The illustrations in this book were beautiful and thoughtful. The artwork felt so finished, you could be a part of the story and it was wonderful. I provided an image below so that you can see the colors and how well each section was created. It was… Continue reading Hush Up and Hibernate by Sandra Markle

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Mike the Monster by Tom Story

★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: The monster in this story is cute and my daughter found him adorable. She loved how he would hide just out of sight and she was so happy that he just wanted to help at the end. How I Felt: This was a cute story focusing on the loss… Continue reading Mike the Monster by Tom Story