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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 Nothing is Strange by Mike Russell

Nothing Is Strange or everything is strange? Mike Russell is a master at oddball books. I always go into these books not knowing what to expect and come out with my mind blown. It's a similar feeling to watching David Bowie music videos or trying to come up with a valid WandaVision theory (Mephisto or… Continue reading #BookReview Nothing is Strange by Mike Russell

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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

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#BookReview School Ties by Tamsen Parker

Time for a little #throwbackthursday for my next February Valentine's Day special! This is one of my original reviews of an amazing book by Tamsen Parker. The structure and formatting is a little different because it's a flashback to what I thought might be a good look for my blog. I hope you enjoy the… Continue reading #BookReview School Ties by Tamsen Parker

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#BookReview The Edge of Whiteness by Joe Montaperto

The Edge of Whiteness by Joe Montaperto is a smashing read all about Joe's school hijinks in the 1970s. If you're looking for a blast from the past, this book is for you! Joe Montaperto's school life is full of misfits, hijinks, Sicilian heritage, hilarious name calling, amazing references and lots of hilarity. This book… Continue reading #BookReview The Edge of Whiteness by Joe Montaperto

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#BookReview Bunnicula by James & Deborah Howe

Happy Spooky Month! This is my favourite time of year, so it's time to share some of my fave spooky reads! This particular book is a personal fave from my youth. Enjoy!   Back in the day, Bunnicula was THE book to read in elementary school. The class clambered to the front of the classroom… Continue reading #BookReview Bunnicula by James & Deborah Howe

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#BookReview Urban Gothic by Stephen M. Coghlan

Urban Gothic by Stephen M. Coghlan is the dark, mythic novel I've been searching for. Do you remember back in English class where they said don't use words in the sentence to describe the sentence? Well, I'm gonna break that rule. This book FELT gothic. It gave me goth vibes in so many ways, and… Continue reading #BookReview Urban Gothic by Stephen M. Coghlan

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#BookReview The Amazing Snowman Duel by Yossi Lapid

  Snowman Paul is back, and this time he's down for a duel! Yossi Lapid's sweet series about the friendly Snowman Paul is one of my fave kids series at the moment. It's short, fun and teaches some valuable lessons! It's only natural for me to continue to snowball my way through the series (haha,… Continue reading #BookReview The Amazing Snowman Duel by Yossi Lapid

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#BookReview Fire on the Island by Timothy Jay Smith

Fire on the Island by Timothy Jay Smith is an addicting, fun and thrilling ride around a small Greek village. In this thriller, an FBI agent finds his way to a Greek island where fires keep happening. He is investigating why they are happening and who could have caused him. Along the way, he comes… Continue reading #BookReview Fire on the Island by Timothy Jay Smith

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#BookReview Vanishing Hour by Lisa King

Vanishing Hour by Lisa King is honestly one of my fave reads of 2020. This book is excellent! It has the coolest mix of thrills and fun all in one. It's got hints of Up since we have an older gentleman named Matthew and a young twelve year old named Ruby. These two get stuck… Continue reading #BookReview Vanishing Hour by Lisa King