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

  The third book, Snowman Paul Returns to the Winter Olympics, is yet another wonderful addition to this series. This time, Paul is a referee at the Olympics! But, if we learned anything from last time, maybe Paul shouldn't be trusted with this job... So, what lesson can Paul teach us this time around? This… Continue reading #BookReview Snowman Paul Returns to the Winter Olympics by Yossi Lapid

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#BookReview HughTube by Richard Clark

  HughTube is a fantastic read about a 14 year old child starting a blog (or personal reality television show). This funny yet simple story was a great read that would be well suited for the middle grade audience. It's silly, modern and full of awesome surprises! Richard Clark continues to do a fantastic job… Continue reading #BookReview HughTube by Richard Clark

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#BookReview The F.L.U.B. Club by Richard Clark

  What happens when a kid wants to become a billionaire? Well, they create a club, of course! Marty Gundy wants to be REALLY rich, so he made a club called FIUB (but it turned into FLUB) so all of the future internet ultra-billionaires could hang out! Marty is a tech whiz, which is why… Continue reading #BookReview The F.L.U.B. Club by Richard Clark

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#BookReview My Snowman, Paul by Yossi Lapid

  My Snowman, Paul is a great addition to your child's bookshelf! I loved the bright purples within this book - all of the contrasting colours worked well in the soft setting. The art style itself was so soft and smooth, which was very nice on the eyes. There's lots of rhyming in this book!… Continue reading #BookReview My Snowman, Paul by Yossi Lapid

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#BookReview Pandora’s Lunch Box: Don’t Open! by Richard Clark

  Richard Clark has another winner on his hand with Pandora's new book! The cover itself was really cool - it gave me "Inside Out" (by Pixar) vibes. It's unique and not following the typical trend with recent covers (which I love, by the way! Uniqueness for the win!). Pandora's sense of curiosity reminds me… Continue reading #BookReview Pandora’s Lunch Box: Don’t Open! by Richard Clark

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#BookReview I Don’t Want to Eat Bugs by Rachel Branton

  I Don't Want to Eat Bugs is absolutely adorable! The art style in this book is more cartoon-y than "artsy", but it stands out really well! That gives it a unique feature that really stands out, in my opinion. While that may turn some readers away, the details in this book were fantastic! Just… Continue reading #BookReview I Don’t Want to Eat Bugs by Rachel Branton

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#BookReview A Dog of My Own by Richard Clark

  Richard Clark has made yet another super cute novel! This time around Jonas wants a dog, and by luck and chance he gets one! I thought the idea behind this story was super unique and I had never thought much about renting a dog before. It was a silly topic that I would have… Continue reading #BookReview A Dog of My Own by Richard Clark

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#BookReview Harry’s Lovely Spring Day by NGK

  Harry's Lovely Spring Day is a whimsical, cute adventure for all to enjoy! To begin with, the cover is absolutely stunning! Lots of bright colours, flowers, butterflies and a lovely font all mashed together make for the perfect eye catching cover! The water colour trees that are the background for the acknowledgements and information… Continue reading #BookReview Harry’s Lovely Spring Day by NGK

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#BookReview Bella’s Very Wonderful Day

  This book is seriously the cutest I've ever seen! The cover alone is so adorable! The moral of the story - that a bad day can be good if you change the way you look at it - is the best theme I've seen in a long time! It's such an important lesson to… Continue reading #BookReview Bella’s Very Wonderful Day

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#BookReview The Bees (Down in the Garden) by D.C. Swain

  This story is full of soft, warm colours that was really nice on the eyes. The colours really complimented the sweet material written by D.C. Swain. Some of the pictures are full pages, while others are only part of the page. It felt unique seeing the different styles, and I think it worked and… Continue reading #BookReview The Bees (Down in the Garden) by D.C. Swain