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Evy Loe, What Do You Know? by Professor Stork – Book Review

Book Review I know they say don't judge a book by its cover, but Evy Loe, What Do You Know by Professor Stork has one lovable and engaging cover! It's just as fun as the book itself, but you'll have to pick the book up yourself to find that out. Evy Loe and her Dad… Continue reading Evy Loe, What Do You Know? by Professor Stork – Book Review

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Summertime with Snowman Paul by Yossi Lapid – Book Review

Book Review It's that time of year again… It's time for a Snowman Paul/Yossi Lapid release! Snowman Paul is easily one of my favourite children's picture book series out there, so I am so very, very thrilled to see this book come out! Yet again, we get to see Snowman Paul and Daniel on an… Continue reading Summertime with Snowman Paul by Yossi Lapid – Book Review

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Penelope and Jack, Together Apart – Book Review

Book Review Penelope and Jack, Together Apart is a unique tale that is clearly inspired by the many days spent in lockdown mode. We were all there - sitting at home with our families, not in school and some not even working, and all of us were stuck there. We love our families, but sometimes… Continue reading Penelope and Jack, Together Apart – Book Review

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Book Review: The Seal with the Pink Bow by Ellen Arden

Oh boy, another lovely children's picture book with a sweet rhyming scheme and beautiful illustrations! The Seal with a Pink Bow is a unique, imagination-filled book packed with lots of fun! This book follows Jillian as she's out to sail with her Dad and brothers, but is way too bored. She meets a seal with… Continue reading Book Review: The Seal with the Pink Bow by Ellen Arden

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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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Book Review: Can I Play with my Food? by Ali Manning

I love books where you can see how passionate the author is. Can I Play with my Food? is Ali Manning's childhood writing and art hobbies re-imagined into a wonderful book. And to find out one of the characters is based on her sister who has Down Syndrome adds to the wonderful diversity and inclusion… Continue reading Book Review: Can I Play with my Food? by Ali Manning

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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 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 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