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Children’s Book Review: The Seedling that Didn’t Want to Grow by Britta Teckentrup

A seed may take a little longer than others in the meadow, but it doesn't give up.
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Children’s Book Review: Green on Green by Dianne White

Green on Green takes us through the seasons, appreciating all that makes each season special...including a new baby in the Spring.
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Children’s Book Review: Pippa Park Raises Her Game by Erin Yun

Readers who have ever been the new kid, love participating in sports, or those of a minority in their school will be able to relate and enjoy Pippa’s story.
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Quick Lit: Mini-Reviews of Some Recent Reads – March Edition

Mini-Reviews of some of my recent reads that I chose for my own reading enjoyment.
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Books that Came My Way in February 2020

A monthly round-up of all the books that were added to my shelves in the last month. Fiction, non-fiction, adult, and children's books are shared.
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Children’s Book Review: Frankie’s Scared of Everything by Mathew Franklin

Frankie's imagination runs wild when he goes to bed, but maybe that isn't such a bad thing.
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Book Review: The Antidote for Everything by Kimmery Martin

Friendship, romance, and a story ripped from the headlines make this a page-turner.
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Children’s Book Review: Dream Big, Little Scientists by Michelle Schaub

In Dream Big, Little Scientists, numerous children who dream of being a scientist are getting ready for bed.
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Children’s Book Review: Bird Hugs by Ged Adamson

Bernard is a bird born with wings too long to fly. He doesn't understand what they are for, until an orangutan needs hug. Bernard may have just found his purpose and it makes him so happy.
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Books that Came My Way in January 2020

My monthly round-up of books added to my shelves in January 2020 either through publishers or my own purchases.
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