Book Review

The Voyage by Douglas Falk – A Review

★★★★ What I Loved: I loved that this book was a bit out of my comfort zone and I read it and it was wonderful and fun! How I Felt: The Writing: The Voyage is Douglas Falk's debut novel and I was really impressed with his writing. I found the story to be well put… Continue reading The Voyage by Douglas Falk – A Review

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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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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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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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Balloon Time by Travis Schwartz

★★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: This book is packed with amazing little nuggets of information for kids. It's easy for them to digest because Travis Schwartz does a great job of explaining in short, easy sections. How I Felt: My kids and I have spent a number of days reading this book. We have… Continue reading Balloon Time by Travis Schwartz

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Bathing Kitty: and Other Mischievous Poems by L.W. Lewis

★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: As a child, I have VERY fond memories of Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein and reading this book with my daughter reminded me of Silverstein's books. Each poem is short, silly, and comes with an illustration. I loved that my daughter laughed and giggled the way I… Continue reading Bathing Kitty: and Other Mischievous Poems by L.W. Lewis

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Everything Is Always Gonna Be Alright, Durban Frankenshooze by Jamie McHone

★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: The illustrations in this book were great. They really pulled you into each page, wanting to take a look at each detail. How I Felt: This book is targeted at 5-6 year olds, however, I do not think that the age range is accurate. Each page is filled with… Continue reading Everything Is Always Gonna Be Alright, Durban Frankenshooze by Jamie McHone

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The Dog That Would Not Bark by Shevelle Ford

★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: The little girl in this book is adorable. She loves her walks/stroller rides with her mom. My daughter connected with her immediately because she also likes to walk and she thought it was really great that the little girl did too! How I Felt: The writing was very nice,… Continue reading The Dog That Would Not Bark by Shevelle Ford

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A Shark Tooth Fairy Tale by Erica Morgan

★★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: There is actually so much that I loved about this book. So, you are getting a list today! The illustrations in this book are so very fun! The little details were really thought through on this making each page its own experience. The human tooth fairy's home was my… Continue reading A Shark Tooth Fairy Tale by Erica Morgan