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#BookReview Wedding Peach by Nao Yazawa

Wedding Peach by Nao Yazawa is a unique, little manga that gave me major Sailor Moon vibes! Growing up, I loved Sailor Moon, Winx Club, Magical Melodies and all of those other girl power stories. So, it was only natural I'd move towards this book. If you cross bred Sailor Moon with weddings, I'm convinced… Continue reading #BookReview Wedding Peach by Nao Yazawa

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#BookReview The Underground Toy Society Helps Ellie the Elephant

The Underground Toy Society series continues with a marvelous addition! This time around, those pesky kids left Ellie the Elephant behind! But no worries faithful audience, the Underground Toy Society is going to come to the rescue! My positives: 1. I love the opening picture of the book with two girls holding their stuffed animals… Continue reading #BookReview The Underground Toy Society Helps Ellie the Elephant

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#BookReview A Bicycle Made for Two by Mary Jayne Baker

Oh, Mary Jayne Baker. It's like you wrote this book just for me! It's 100% British and took me back to my youth when my Dad used every British slang word and saying he could all day, everyday. Meanwhile, it's a cute, comedic romance that reminds me I'm an adult. It's safe to say, this… Continue reading #BookReview A Bicycle Made for Two by Mary Jayne Baker

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#BookReview The Underground Toy Society by Jessica D. Adams

The Underground Toy Society by Jessica D. Adams is a charming little book following toys who just want to be played with! This book gave me Toy Story vibes. There are two dolls who want to be reunited and decide to help take care of toys. It's a sweet premise and works really well within… Continue reading #BookReview The Underground Toy Society by Jessica D. Adams

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#BookReview Miss Kane’s Christmas by Caroline Mickelson

Christmas in July! That is what this book felt like reading, and boy did I need a little Christmas spirit in my life! Miss Kane's Christmas is a cute, short tale about Carol Kane and her magical abilities. She is sent to help Ben and his two children, Hillary and Patrick, fall in love with… Continue reading #BookReview Miss Kane’s Christmas by Caroline Mickelson

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#BookReview The Boy Who Cried Ghost by Richard Clark

The Boy Who Cried Ghost by Richard Clark is a spooky, cute tale to get your little minions into the horror genre. This book is by no means a horror novel, but if you want to work your way up to Goosebumps then you've found the right book! I love Richard Clark's fun way to… Continue reading #BookReview The Boy Who Cried Ghost by Richard Clark

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#BookReview Dance with a Vampire by Ellen Schreiber

This is one of my fave throwbacks to my teen years - Ellen Schreiber and her Vampire Kisses series. To say I was obsessed with this series is an absolute understatement. Recently, I picked this book up again and decided to throw myself into this series, and I still love it! This series is full… Continue reading #BookReview Dance with a Vampire by Ellen Schreiber

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#BookReview Peter Green and the Unliving Academy by Angelina Allsop

    There are few books that lift up my mood (and out of my reading slump!) quite like this one did! Peter Green and the Unliving Academy was an absolute delight of a book! Fantasy, friendship and fun is all wrapped up tight into this neat, little package. If you haven't read this book… Continue reading #BookReview Peter Green and the Unliving Academy by Angelina Allsop

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#BookReview Sleepy Animals by Gerald Hawksley

  Sleepy Animals is a picture book full of colourful drawings of very tired animals! This book is definitely aimed towards the younger audience (mainly toddlers, and up to five years old). The pictures are simple and sweet, which makes this book the perfect resource for learning (whether in daycare of kindergarten classes). With over… Continue reading #BookReview Sleepy Animals by Gerald Hawksley

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#BookReview Boy and the Very Lonely Pony by Junia Wonders

  Boy and the Very Lonely Pony is one of the cutest children's read I have picked up in a very long time! This book I acquired through BookBub's program - it was free, so of course I wanted to pick up another sweet children's read! The artwork in this book is absolutely STUNNING! The… Continue reading #BookReview Boy and the Very Lonely Pony by Junia Wonders