Books Added to My Shelves in January 2024

Sharing the books added to my shelves in January 2024 including adult and children's fiction and nonfiction.
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Children’s Book Review: The Black Hole Debacle by Keri Claiborne Boyle

In The Black Hole Debacle, Jordie finds a Black Hole in her desk at school and soon, everything is disappearing?.Can she return it to a wide open space before it gobbles up everything in sight, including her?
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Book Review: The Book of Fire by Christy Lefteri

After a fire devastates an entire Greek village, a family must find a way back to each other after trauma and loss.
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Children’s Book Review: The Boo-Boos of Bluebell Elementary by Chelsea Lin Wallace

The Boo-Boos of Bluebell Elementary shares a day-in-the-life of school nurse, Miss Peatree. A loose tooth to a hungry stomach and more are treated in her office.
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Children’s Book Review: The Bone Wars by Jane Kurtz

The Bone Wars were started after two friends in the 1800s started competing over the dinosaur fossils they were researching.
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Children’s Book Review: Is This Love? by Cedella Marley

Is this love? When a baby sister arrives home, her big sister can't wait to show her all things they will do together.
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Children’s Book Review: Hearts are Everywhere by Wednesday Kirwan

Hearts are Everywhere on the pages of this interactive board book. Toddlers will love lifting the flaps and turning the wheel to find all the hearts.
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Book Review: Just Once by Karen Kingsbury

In Just Once, two families are intertwined when WWII hits, two brothers and a girl they both love will have to find a way to survive.
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Quick Lit: January 2024 Edition

Quick Lit January 2024 Edition includes mini-reviews of 12 of my recent reads including nonfiction, memoir, ficiton, historical fiction, mystery, middle-grade, and young adult books.
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Children’s Book Review: Grandpa’s Window by Laura Gehl

Daria visits her grandpa at the hospital with hopes of visiting the beach out his window, soon. Unfortunately, Grandpa weakens and Daria finds a way to keep her grandpa close to her at home.
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