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Children’s Book Review: American Trailblazers by Lisa Trusiani

Kids from all backgrounds and interests will find someone in this book to be inspired by.
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Book Review: Don’t Overthink It by Anne Bogel

If you've ever laid in bed overthinking a conversation or situation or maybe even if you should get up and go to the bathroom, then read this book!
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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: Welcome to Jazz by Carolyn Sloan

Welcome to Jazz in an interactive children's book that teaches kids all about jazz through a fun story and sound buttons to enhance learning.
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Quick Lit: Mini-Reviews of Some Recent Reads – February 2020 Edition

A roundup of mini book reviews from my most recent reads in the last month including fiction and nonfiction.
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Book Review: These Got Me Punched by Nicholas J. Stevens

Nicholas J. Stevens uses humor and witty banter to share incidents of romance, teen angst, and obviously kissing, in his personal collection of essays. I think many readers will find his book funny and leave them rooting for the author to keep capturing the "right kiss".
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Children’s Book Review: Encyclopedia of American Indian History and Culture by Cynthia O’Brien

A comprehensive encyclopedia full of facts, history, and amazing photography about over 160 American Indian Tribes.
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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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Children’s Book Review: Preschool Activity Books

Two activity workbooks for preschool to lower-elementary-aged kids full of fun activities for learning and preparing for school.
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Children’s Book Review: Mindfulness for Kids by Carole P. Roman and J. Robin Albertson-Wren

Activities or breathing exercises are described to help kids when they are feeling anxious, scared, or angry at home or school. Written for kids with realistic examples.
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