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#BookReview Veering Off on Valentine’s by A.J. Kormon

Veering off Valentine's by A.J. Kormon is another super sweet, middle grade read for your eager readers. I do really enjoy these books. I've been on a bit of a middle grade binge lately, but can you blame me? This series specifically is designed for readers who aren't too enthusiastic about reading. There is big… Continue reading #BookReview Veering Off on Valentine’s by A.J. Kormon

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#BookReview Snowman Paul and Kate’s Olympic Dream by Yossi Lapid

Updated Review in 2022: It's time for another Winter Olympics so it's time for Briar (in 3rd person, of course) to jump back into some winter sports themed books. I absolutely ADORE Snowman Paul, so it was a natural fit to come back to this series. When Yossi Lapid let me know these books were… Continue reading #BookReview Snowman Paul and Kate’s Olympic Dream by Yossi Lapid

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#BookReview Snowman Paul at the Winter Olympics by Yossi Lapid

Updated Review, January 2022: Okay folks, the Winter Olympics is coming up this year and it's time to go into a nostalgia read for me and visit our dear friend, Snowman Paul. Who, by the way, keeps being autocorrected to Snowball Paul, and Yossi now needs to make a sidekick named Snowball Saul because... because… Continue reading #BookReview Snowman Paul at the Winter Olympics by Yossi Lapid

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#BookReview Snowman Paul Returns to the Winter Olympics by Yossi Lapid

Updated Review in 2022: With the Winter Olympics rolling around, it's time to jump back into some sports themed books from my fave authors! Snowman Paul is one of my favourite series and also has a Winter Olympics themed series! Since 2022 is the year of the Winter Olympics, it was only a matter of… Continue reading #BookReview Snowman Paul Returns to the Winter Olympics by Yossi Lapid

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#BookReview Write To Love by Victoria Grant

The Calderone Family Romance series is peak drama and romance, so go figure that Write To Love kept the pace going and the romance hotter than ever. Casey and Noel are our leads - a mystery writer and one sexy businessman. Casey Dunlop is all of us nerdy little book people's dream (or reality) -… Continue reading #BookReview Write To Love by Victoria Grant

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#BookReview Christmas Camp by Jaren Schaler

Oooh, Christmas books! For the longest time I couldn't get into holiday books, but then the pandemic hit and suddenly I was in love with Hallmark movies, feel good content and Christmas romance novels! I couldn't get enough of them, but they were always hard to find on sale (or at any price other than… Continue reading #BookReview Christmas Camp by Jaren Schaler

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#BookReview The Adventures of Bentley the Hippo: Inspiring Children to Accept Each Other by Argyro Graphy

Bentley the Hippo is a delightful book series for young readers. Yet again, Bentley is here with his friends, inspiring children to accept each other. This book is a great read because it shows characters who are different - they are vision impaired, have diabetes and kidney issues, have ADHD, alopecia, autism and are hearing… Continue reading #BookReview The Adventures of Bentley the Hippo: Inspiring Children to Accept Each Other by Argyro Graphy

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#BookReview How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell

Welcome to a world of dragons…. I absolutely loved the movie series How to Train Your Dragon. It blew my mind that it was based off a book, and ever since I had been chasing down a copy. It's been years of me trying to find it at local bookstores (because why just find it… Continue reading #BookReview How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell

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#BookReview Stay Hungry by Sebastian Maniscalco

I love Sebastian Maniscalco's stand-up. It's fun, hilarious and is far too relatable sometimes. I have family members who are Italian, so seeing Sebastian do spot on impressions of my family really makes me smile. Before the pandemic started, I had bought tickets to one of his shows. Unfortunately, I've never had the chance since… Continue reading #BookReview Stay Hungry by Sebastian Maniscalco

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#BookReview Halloween Night on Monster Island by Clark Roberts

Halloween Night on Monster Island is a fun, middle grade read with lots of spooky jump scares and hijinks. If you like books like Goosebumps, this book is perfect for you! This middle grade read is fast paced, has some spooky moments, and is just all around fun. It gave me R.L. Stine vibes with… Continue reading #BookReview Halloween Night on Monster Island by Clark Roberts