Vacation Time

I'm taking a blogging break while I am on vacation for a couple weeks.
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Children’s Book Review: Incredible Stars of the Plant World by Benjamin Flouw

Incredible: Stars of the Plant World features plants from all over the world that are record breakers in size, longevity, and strength as well as unique.
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Children’s Book Review: Who’s the Boss? by Émile Jadoul

In Who's the Boss? kids will learn about adjectives, comparisons, and superlatives with an ending they won't see coming!
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Children’s Book Review: We Are Shapes by Melinda Beck

We Are Shapes features 4 traditional shapes and 2 nontraditional shapes that have to work together to make something special.
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Quick Lit: February 2024 Edition

Quick Lit is my monthly roundup of books I've read for my own enjoyment including fiction and nonfiction.
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What’s Saving My Life? February 2024 Edition

It's half-way through winter and time to celebrate all the little things saving my life right now.
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Book Review: The Kamogawa Food Detectives by Hisashi Kashiwai

The Kamogawa Food Detectives is a Japanese novel in translation which connects customers to a long-lost meal that brings up wonderful memories.
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Children’s Book Review: How Do You Spell Unfair? by Carole Boston Weatherford

MacNolia Cox earned her way to the National Spelling Bee but was met with unfair treatment and racism in 1936.
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Children’s Book Review: Peekaboo Who? by Elena Selena

Peekaboo is every baby and toddler's favorite game and now they can play it within the pages of a book, revealing an adorable animal each time.
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Children’s Book Review: Orion and the Dark by Emma Yarlett

Orion is scared of the dark, but when Dark makes a visit, he sees nighttime in a whole new light. The movie is now available on Netflix.
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