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National Parks of the USA by Kate Siber

National Parks of the USA by Kate Siber is a visually stunning guide for young readers. It is a wonderful collection of facts and detailed  illustrations highlighting some of the more popular national parks in the United States. The parks … Continue reading

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Animals Do, Too!: How They Behave Just Like You by Etta Kaner, Marilyn Faucher

Animals Do, Too!: How They Behave Just Like You by Etta Kaner, Marilyn Faucher is very informative book with beautiful illustrations. The book is fun and engaging, which allows  the reader to discovers how similar humans and animals act.  The illustrations … Continue reading

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Katharina and Martin Luther: The Radical Marriage of a Runaway Nun and a Renegade Monk by Michelle DeRusha

Katharina and Martin Luther: The Radical Marriage of a Runaway Nun and a Renegade Monk by Michelle DeRusha gave a vivid picture of 2 individuals whose path led to each other and to changing the course of history. It shares personal … Continue reading

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Bijou by Susan Hughes

Bijou by Susan Hughes is the fourth book in the Puppy Pals Series. These are cute early chapter books definitely geared to young girls. The main characters are Kat, her best friend Maya and now a new friend Grace. They are obsessed with … Continue reading

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The Biggest Poutine in the World by Andrée Poulin

The Biggest Poutine in the World by Andrée Poulin is a cute, enjoyable, surprisingly emotional book about poutine and a world record attempt. I wish that the book had not ended so abruptly but it has a fantastic message and … Continue reading

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What About Me? by Vicki Courtney

What About Me? by Vicki Courtney addresses the very issues almost every young girl faces in an easy-to-read style, as if they were sitting down together over a cup of hot chocolate. Each chapter has QR codes to scan that … Continue reading

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Bury the Living by Jodi McIsaac

Bury the Living by Jodi McIsaac is a historical fiction book with a little bit of fantasy. Nora O’Reilly has a knack for getting into trouble. That’s not good when she lives in Ireland’s Troubles. After losing her family, Nora … Continue reading

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Fishbone’s Song by Gary Paulsen

Fishbone’s Song by Gary Paulsen tells three stories about how the boy came to live with him in the woods, but the boy does not know which is true. The boy only knows Fishbone is old, and he’s got a way … Continue reading

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Super Sushi Ramen Express by Michael Booth

Super Sushi Ramen Express by Michael Booth is a book that gives an overview of the various food cultures and regions of Japan. This is a combination of Michael Booth moving his family to the country for several months but … Continue reading

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