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Children’s Book Review: National Geographic Kids Student World Atlas

This comprehensive atlas of the world broken down by continents is perfect for a classroom or home library.
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Children’s Book Review: Little Kids First Big Book of Pets By Catherine D. Hughes

A comprehensive book about all kinds of pets for the youngest readers. From the usual to the most unusual of pets, everything is covered.
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Book Review: The Paris Orphan By Natasha Lester

THE PARIS ORPHAN By: Natasha Lester Published: September 3, 2019 Publisher: Forever/Hachette Book Group Historical Fiction My book club received copies of this book as part of the GalleyMatch with The Bookclub Cookbook. We chose this as our August/September read and spent the day junk/antique shopping and eating at a small-town pub, where we discussed…
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Quick Lit: Mini Reviews of Some Recent Reads – September 2019 Edition

A monthly round-up of mini reviews featuring books I read for my own enjoyment.
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Children’s Book Review: A Crazy-Much Love By Joy Jordan-Lake

A couple anxiously hopes and then waits for the day they can meet their new baby. This story of a family's crazy-much love is perfect for adoptive families.
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Children’s Book Review: Juniper Kai: Super Spy By Laura Gehl

Juniper Kai suspects something is up, so she uses all her spy gear and tactics to find out just what is going on in her house.
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Children’s Book Review: Sleep Tight, Sleepy Bears By Margaret Wise Brown

The perfect bedtime story for anyone to read to a little one.
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Books that Came My Way in August 2019

A monthly round-up of books that were added to my shelves in August 2019.
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Book Review: Shift Your Thinking for a Deeper Faith By Dean Del Sesto

This easy-to-read book encourages us to look deeper at our struggles in life, how to accept our own prejudices and become aware of what is holding us back from loving others and ourselves. Del Sesto isn't preaching at readers but offering examples from the Bible as well as real-life to give us a different perspective.
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Children’s Book Review: My Name is Wakawakaloch! By: Chana Stiefel

A cavegirl is frustrated because kids and adults are always messing up her name. She just wants a simple name that can be found on a t-shirt like her other friends.
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