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Books that Came My Way in June 2020

A roundup of all the books that were added to my shelves in June 2020 including ficton, nonfiction, and children's books.
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Children’s Book Review: Kat and Juju by Kataneh Vahdani

A shy child is brought out of her shell by a bird friend who can't wait to explore their world.
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Twenty of My Favorite Audiobooks

A list of my twenty favorite audiobooks including fiction and nonfiction.
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Children’s Book Review: Fairy-Tailed Wish by Megan Pighetti

A fairy-tailed birthday tradition that is easy to begin and will be remembered for years!
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Quick Lit: Mini-Reviews of Some Recent Reads – June 2020 Edition

A roundup of mini-reviews of some of my recent reads chosen for my own enjoyment including audiobooks, eBooks, and physical copies.
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Children’s Book Review: Baller Boys by Venessa Taylor

Two best friends just want to make the elite football (soccer) team in their London neighborhood. Will their friendship survive if they both don't make the team and become baller boys.
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Children’s Book Review: Lulu the One and Only by Lynnette Mawhinney – Summer Read-to-Learn

Lulu is frustrated by always being asked to define what she is. This book offers an awesome opportunity to start the conversations with some of your youngest kids about racism and loving everyone.
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Books that Came My Way in May 2020

A monthly round-up of all the new books added to my shelves in May including adult and children's fiction and non-fiction.
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Children’s Book Review: The Refuge by Sandra le Guen

A new student finds refuge in looking at the sky and stars and finds a friend that she can share her immigration story with.
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Children’s Book Review: It is (Not) Perfect by Anna Kang

Two friends find that the sandcastle they built isn't quite perfect. They get plenty of opinions from friends about what will make their castle perfect.
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