Sue Lowell Gallion

Children’s Book Review: All Except Axle by Sue Lowell Gallion

A nervous Axle isn't ready to leave the car assembly plant for the dealership. Will he be ready for the open road or will he just sit on the lot forever?
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Books that Came My Way in August 2020

My monthly roundup of books added to my shelves including adult and children's fiction and nonfiction.
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Children’s Book Review: Our World by Sue Lowell Gallion – Summer Read-to-Learn

An educational board book that folds out into a globe. It teaches about our world in an approachable way for 2-5 year-olds with more content for them as they are ready to learn more.
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Books that Came My Way in July 2020

A roundup of all the books that were added to my shelves in July 2020 including fiction, nonfiction, and children's books.
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Books that Came My Way in March 2019

This is my monthly roundup of books that were added to my shelves in the last month. I also share an update with you on other things going on in my life. Bennett and Reagan performed in their last band concert together. So many lasts will be happening in the next two months for Bennett.…
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Children’s Book Review: Tip and Tucker Road Trip

TIP AND TUCKER: ROAD TRIP By: Ann Ingalls and Sue Lowell Gallion Illustrated by: Andre Ceolin Published: March 15, 2019 Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press Fiction/Early Reader Tip and Tucker are two adorable hamsters at the pet store. Mr. Lopez chooses them as his new classroom pets. But, Tip and Tucker aren’t sure what is happening.…
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Children’s Book Review: Pug & Pig Trick-or-Treat By Sue Lowell Gallion

PUG & PIG TRICK-OR-TREAT By: Sue Lowell Gallion Illustrated by: Joyce Wan Published: July 25, 2017 Publisher: Beach Lane Books Fiction Pug and Pig are the best of friends. Pig is super excited to wear his costume for Halloween until he finds out that Pug does not like his costume and doesn’t want to participate…
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