Quick Lit: Mini-Reviews of Some Recent Reads – March 2021 Edition

My monthly roundup of mini-reviews from books I read in the last month for my own enjoyment.
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Children’s Book Review: Let’s Pop, Pop, Popcorn! by Cynthia Schumerth

Kids can learn the fun of growing and then finally eating popcorn!
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Children’s Book Review: The Greatest Show Penguin by Lucy Freegard

Poppy the penguin has always been part of the performers in her circus family. But, she doesn't enjoy it. After taking a break, she realizes just what might be the best job for her.
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Books that Came My Way in February 2021

My monthly round-up of new books added to my shelves in February including fiction, historical fiction, nonfiction, and children's books.
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Children’s Book Review: Sarah’s Solo by Tracy Brown

Sarah has to miss her recital that she has worked so hard on for months. Instead, she attends a cousin's Jewish wedding and learns to appreciate her family's traditions.
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Book Review: Five Minutes of Grace by Tama Fortner

Five Minutes of Grace is a great way to begin a habit of reading Scripture and talking to God daily. These brief passages will help you reflect on daily life.
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Children’s Book Review: Little Cat Feels Left Out by Dori Durbin

Little Cat and Dog are the best of friends until Mr. Fuzzby tries to take Little Cat's place. Can two friends become three in their friendship?
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Children’s Book Review: Not So Fast, Max by Annette Schottenfeld

Siblings Max and Emily prepare to celebrate Rosh Hashanah with their Grandma from Israel.
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Children’s Book Review: Nonstop by Tomi Ungerer

A young man is left to fend for himself on Earth after desolation. This final picture book by Tomi Ungerer is not for every child.
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Book Review: The Invisible Woman by Erika Robuck

A fictional but historically accurate account of Virginia Hall, American Spy, during her time in France fighting with the Resistance.
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