Book Review

The Cracking of Monday Egg by B.T. Higgins – A Middle-Grade Book Review

★★★★ What I Loved: I loved that this was a story within a story, an allegory. I loved the references to things like the "second making." It's a book that you can read on the surface and enjoy, but you can also dig deeper into the words and get a more profound meaning. How I… Continue reading The Cracking of Monday Egg by B.T. Higgins – A Middle-Grade Book Review

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Fairy Unicorn Wishes by Sophie Kinsella – A Kid's Book Review and Giveaway

Welcome to the Fairy Unicorn Wishes blog tour hosted by Rock Star Book Tours! ★★★★★ What I Loved: Fairy Unicorn Wishes was filled with wonderful adventures that my daughter and I thoroughly enjoyed. Ella is an adorable child that my daughter connected with and her mom is silly and fun and made the entire story… Continue reading Fairy Unicorn Wishes by Sophie Kinsella – A Kid's Book Review and Giveaway

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Smailholm by C.L. Williams – Tour and Giveaway

Welcome to the Smailholm book tour hosted by YA Bound Book Tours! Smailholm by C.L. WilliamsGenre: YA FantasyAudience: Middle-Grade to Young AdultPublisher: Pub Date: January 28th 2020 Shh! Can you keep a secret? In wild medieval Britain thirteen-year-old Wynn Hoppringle has a big secret of the smallest kind. She has discovered a miniature village hidden… Continue reading Smailholm by C.L. Williams – Tour and Giveaway

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Midnight on Strange Street by K.E. Ormsbee – A Review and Giveaway

Welcome to the Midnight on Strange Street blog tour hosted by RockStar Book Tours! ★★★★ What I Loved: The friendships in this book were wonderful and made me really connect to the characters. I loved that it had 4 main characters and their point of view was shown throughout the book. Their friendship was heartwarming… Continue reading Midnight on Strange Street by K.E. Ormsbee – A Review and Giveaway

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Real Pigeons Fight Crime by Andrew McDonald – Middle Grade Book Review and Giveaway

Welcome to the Real Pigeons Fight Crime blog tour hosted by Rock Star Book Tours! ★★★★★ What I Loved: The illustrations in this book were AWESOME! They were fun and quirky, and really made me just want to look at each one! How I Felt: Real Pigeons Fight Crime was just a ton of fun… Continue reading Real Pigeons Fight Crime by Andrew McDonald – Middle Grade Book Review and Giveaway

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The Monster Hypothesis by Romily Bernard

The Monster Hypothesis by Romily Bernard Audience: Children's Middle Grade Page Count: 304 pages Publisher: Disney-Hyperion Pub. Date: December 10, 2019 ★★★★★ What I Loved: The main character Kick is EVERYTHING! She is adorable and funny and full of energy and smarts! I loved her adventure and was so glad she was written the way… Continue reading The Monster Hypothesis by Romily Bernard

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Charlie Hernández and the Castle of Bones by Ryan Calejo

Just the Details: Book: Charlie Hernandez and the Castle of Bones, Book 2 Author: Ryan Calejo Published Date: November 12, 2018 Publisher: Aladdin Page Count: 608 ★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: Can I just start by saying I have some very serious Cover Love for this series!! I love the way the above and… Continue reading Charlie Hernández and the Castle of Bones by Ryan Calejo

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SHINE! by J.J. Grabenstein and Chris Grabenstein

A big thank you to the author and Rockstar Book Tours for allowing She Just Loves Books to be a part of this book tour! The Word On The Street: "Inspirational, commonsensical, and a whole lot of fun." --James Patterson Everyone deserves to shine in this sparkling new book from the New York Times bestselling… Continue reading SHINE! by J.J. Grabenstein and Chris Grabenstein

Book Review

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