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Book Review Non Fiction

REVIEW: Respect The Insect By Jules Howard

BOOK: RESPECT THE INSECT AUTHOR: JULES HOWARD ILLUSTRATOR: GOSIA HERBA PUBLISHER: WIDE EYED EDITIONS PAGES: 60 AGE RECOMMENDED: 7+ This vibrant book begins with a whimsical introduction about insects, emphasizing their remarkable qualities and their significant contributions to the environment. The book is divided into five distinct sections: Cleaner-Uppers, Menu Makers, Ecosystem Enigmas, Teeny-Tiny Teachers, […]

Age 6+ Book Review

REVIEW: The Unique Friendship Of Grover And Steve By Lee Cherry

BOOK: THE UNIQUE FRIENDSHIP OF GROVER AND STEVE AUTHOR:  LEE CHERRY ILLUSTRATOR: BUFFIE BIDDLE PUBLISHER: AUSTIN MACAULEY PUBLISHERS PAGES: 40 AGE RECOMMENDED: 5+ Grover, a donkey, and Steve, an ostrich, are two different animals living on the Great Plains. Despite their differences, they learned to embrace and appreciate each other’s uniqueness and became great friends. […]

Age 2-5 Book Review

REVIEW: RAIN SCHOOL BY JAMES RUMFORD

BOOK: RAIN SCHOOL AUTHOR & ILLUSTRATOR: JAMES RUMFORD PUBLISHER: HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT PUBLISHING PAGES: 32 AGE RECOMMENDED: 4+ It takes a village to build a school. Rain School is a poignant narrative that illuminates the obstacles children encounter in their pursuit of education and the remarkable endeavours individuals make to establish schools. The writer, a […]

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