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Even Monsters...

In this adorably illustrated children’s book, we read about how although monsters will growl, grumble or snarl, deep down they can be afraid of the dark too just like us. As a matter of fact, they’re more similar to us than we think. They e...

5 Stars

The Snatchabook

In this story, we’re introduced to Eliza Brown, a rabbit who lives in Burrow Down and loves to read every day. She’s not the only animal, though, who loves to read. It seems in every house in the woods, animal parents are reading bedtime st...

5 Stars

Icing on the Cake - The Cupcake Club

What a great story for children to enjoy! In book four of The Cupcake Club Series, we find the girls of Peace, Love and Cupcakes quite busy during their spring break. Not only is Jenna’s mom getting married to Leo, Jenna’s future stepdad, b...

5 Stars

Wonder Light - Unicorns of the Mist

This was a wonderful story that I just couldn’t put down. Even though it’s geared toward children, being an adult I thoroughly enjoyed it. We find twelve year old Twig being taken by her stepmom to a pony ranch for troubled girls. This ranc...

4 Stars

Isabella: Girl on the Go

Isabella: Girl on the Go by Jennifer Fosberry and Mike Litwin is a charming children’s book. The art work is colorful and will absolutely appeal to both girls and boys. The strongest impact this book made on me was that it is written about...

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The Undertakers - Rise of the Corpses

Will Ritter is an average twelve-year-old boy who started off for school expecting that day to be like any other. Little did he expect that his next door neighbor would be a walking corpse. The next thing Will knows, is that he's being atta...

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Dream Big, Little Pig!

Poppy is a pig with big dreams. She wants to be a prima ballerina, but when she tries out all she does is trip over her own feet. Her family and her best friend, Emma, convince her to keep following what her heart desires. She then tries ou...

5 Stars

Real Mermaids Don't Wear Toe Rings

In this tale, no pun intended, our heroine is growing up after the tragedy of losing your mother and having to endure your first period, first crush, first changing into a mermaid all with the help of your father. This is another well told...

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