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Mansa’s Little Reminders: Scratching the Surface of Financial Literacy by A.D. Williams and Kendal Fordham – Book Review

Once upon a time in a distant land… Briar taught financial literacy. I've done so many things in my career and life, it's sometimes bonkers to think I'm not an eighty-year-old lady (my knees agree with me being eighty and sometimes my back, but alas… I am not). Financial Literacy is super important and it… Continue reading Mansa’s Little Reminders: Scratching the Surface of Financial Literacy by A.D. Williams and Kendal Fordham – Book Review

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#BookReview Davy’s Dragon Castle by Mary & Michael Schmidt

I'd like to start off by saying that the illustrations in this book are FABULOUS. Seriously, the fantasy and colours all combined on this page scream fantastical, fun, and dream-like. I loved it! While they say don't judge a book by its cover, I'm definitely judging and giving all the props to the illustrator! These… Continue reading #BookReview Davy’s Dragon Castle by Mary & Michael Schmidt

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#BookReview Creeping Up on Christmas by A.J. Kormon

A.J. Kormon is one of my recent favourite authors for middle grade series. I always love myself a little middle grade read. It brings me back to my youth and reminds me of how much fun reading back then was. Getting a little nostalgia is nice through all of the craziness of our current situation,… Continue reading #BookReview Creeping Up on Christmas by A.J. Kormon

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#BookReview Albert Einstein by Inspired Inner Genius

I love a well written children's biography book. What can I say? I like to learn and this is the kind of book I wanted as a kid. I could only read so many Mr. Men and Bernstein Bears books before my brain exploded. So, welcome to my adulthood journey into nostalgia and my goal… Continue reading #BookReview Albert Einstein by Inspired Inner Genius

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#BookReview Brandon Goes to Hong Kong by Eugenia Chu

Eugenia Chu is one of my new, favourite authors! Honestly, two books in and I'm digging everything she has to give us! Brandon Goes to Hong Kong is a delightful story that whisks the reader away to Brandon's fun, inviting world. This book is longer than the first book (which was a short, picture book).… Continue reading #BookReview Brandon Goes to Hong Kong by Eugenia Chu

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#BookReview Scruffy Muffin Loses His Money by A.J. Kormon

Scruffy Muffin Loses his Money is a great picture book by A.J. Kormon. This book is deceptively awesome! When you look at the cover and title you think it's just a typical picture book, but it's not! This book can be used as a fun, light hearted read OR you can look at the back… Continue reading #BookReview Scruffy Muffin Loses His Money by A.J. Kormon

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#BookReview Easter with Snowman Paul by Yossi Lapid

Another Snowman Paul adventure is on it's way! This time, Snowman Paul is celebrating Easter. Snowman Paul REALLY wants an Easter egg but the chickens aren't exactly too happy with that. Why does he want it? Well, there's an Easter egg painting contest! Dan and Snowman Paul's friendship is shown even mores in this book,… Continue reading #BookReview Easter with Snowman Paul by Yossi Lapid

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#BookReview Dear Me, Letters to Myself for All of my Emotions by Donna Tetreault

Dear Me, Letters to Myself for All of my Emotions by Donna Tetreault is an excellent book to teach children about their emotions. To begin with, the inside cover along with the little sticky notes with words on it was a wonderful image/graphic. That drew me in and pulled my interest forward. Then we get… Continue reading #BookReview Dear Me, Letters to Myself for All of my Emotions by Donna Tetreault

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#BookReview Togo Learns How to Play by Pat McCulloch

Togo Learns How to Play is a sweet, little picture book! Welcome to a farm, where Togo the dog runs around and has many animal friends. As we join Togo on his adventures, we're going to learn some really important morals that will help your little readers grow. This book is perfect for 0 to… Continue reading #BookReview Togo Learns How to Play by Pat McCulloch

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#BookReview I Miss You Most by Cassie Hoyt

I Miss You Most by Cassie Hoyt is an adorable picture book all about missing someone.  This is a great picture book filled with colourful illustrations that showcase the feeling of missing someone. It can be read as a story of grief or simply missing someone who is far away. I think this can be… Continue reading #BookReview I Miss You Most by Cassie Hoyt