Book Review Of “King Ben And Sir Rhino” By Eric Sailer @AmazonPub #TwoLions

Ben is king of the jungle. He does exactly what he pleases, as a king should. And he has everything a king could want: noble steeds, castles, and servants. What Ben doesn’t have is a loyal subject. Then he meets Rhino…and finds out what being a good king is all...

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Book Review Of “It’s Show And Tell Dexter” By Lindsay Ward @AmazonPub @lindsaymward #TwoLions

Dexter T. Rexter is going to school. But will anyone like him? Tomorrow is the biggest event ever in Dexter’s life: his best friend, Jack, is taking him to school for Show and Tell Day! Dexter has been getting ready for weeks. But now he’s a little nervous. What if...

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Book Review Of “What If Everybody Said That?” By Ellen Javernick And Illustrated By Colleen Madden @Amazonpub #TwoLionsBooks

What if everybody chose to be kind? If you tell someone that they can’t play with you, there’s no harm done, right? But what if everybody said that? What if everybody forgot to be kind…and made fun of other kids’ artwork at school, or told a fib, or refused to...

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Book Review Of “It’s Your First Day Of School Busy Bus” By Jody Jensen Shaffer @SimonKIDS @simonschuster @SimonBooks

It’s the first day of school! But is Busy Bus ready? Find out in this darling picture book that showcases the excitement and worries little ones experience as they prepare for their first day. Today is the very first day of school! Busy Bus is excited, but he also has...

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Book Review Of “Lit For Little Hands Pride And Prejudice” Text Adaption From Brooke Jorden Adapted From Jane Austen @familiustalk

  To be fond of dancing was a certain step towards falling in love. —Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen   Filled with interactive wheels and pull-tabs and lavishly illustrated, Lit for Little Hands: Pride and Prejudice is an unprecedented kid’s introduction to Jane Austen’s beloved classic novel. Unlike many board books that tackle...

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Book Review Of “Lit For Little Hands Alice’s Adventures” Text Adaption By, Brooke Jorden And Adapted From Lewis Carroll @familiustalk

  “Curiouser and curiouser!” Filled with interactive wheels and pull-tabs and lavishly illustrated, Lit for Little Hands: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is an unprecedented kid’s introduction to Lewis Carroll’s beloved classic novel. Unlike many board books that tackle the classics, Lit for Little Hands tells the actual story in simple, engaging prose. Gorgeous and...

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Book Review Of “Life According To OG The Frog” @PenguinKids @fabanks92 @PenguinRandom

The adventures in Humphrey’s Room 26 are hopping back into the spotlight, from the perspective of Og the Frog! When Og the Frog first comes to Room 26, he doesn’t know what to think. He misses his friends from the pond, there are all kinds of strange noises, and the...

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Book Review Of “I’m Sad” By Michael Ian Black and Debbie Redpath Ohi @SimonKIDS @SimonSchuster

A girl, a potato, and a very sad flamingo star in this charming sequel to I’m Bored by New York Times bestselling author and comedian Michael Ian Black and celebrated illustrator Debbie Ridpath Ohi. Everyone feels sad sometimes—even flamingos. Sigh. When Flamingo announces he’s feeling down, the little girl and Potato try to cheer him up,...

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Book Review Of “Brianna Bright, Ballerina Knight” By Pam Calvert @AmazonPub

  When Princess Brianna Bright’s dreams of becoming a ballerina seem doomed, she knows it’s time to find out exactly what it is she’s destined to do. Discovering her true talent won’t be easy—but Brianna won’t give up, especially not with her trusty dog, Pixie, at her side! Together Brianna...

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Book Review Of “Nanny Paws” By Wendy Wahman @Amazonpub

Nanny Paws looks after Ally and Mae the only way she knows how—as a dog would. There’s nothing she wouldn’t do for her girls. She feeds them a hearty breakfast (cookies are best), picks up their toys (teddy bears fit nicely in freshly dug holes), and even walks them to...

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Book Review Of “Ocean Meets Sky” By Terry and Eric Fan @Simonkids @Simonbooks

From the creators of the gorgeous bestseller The Night Gardener, comes a stunning new picture book about a young boy who sets sail to find a place his grandfather told him about…the spot where the ocean meets the sky. It’s a good day for sailing. Finn lives by the sea and...

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Book Review Of “One Of A Kind” By Chris Gorman @penguinkids @penguinrandom @penguinusa

Bold, graphic art by indie rocker Chris Gorman of Belly captures the thrill and challenges of marching to your own beat.  Meet a pogo-dancing, punk-rock-loving kid who loves to express himself in his own unique way. His clothes, hairstyle, music, and just the way he hears the world, all set...

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Book Review Of “How To Trick The Tooth Fairy” By Erin Danielle Russell @SimonKIDS @SimonBooks @SimonSchuster

Kaylee loves pulling pranks: from dropping water balloons on passers-by to even tricking Santa Claus, she’s a prize-winning prankster! But is she the Princess of Pranks? No! That title is held by none other than the Tooth Fairy. But when Kaylee loses a tooth and the Tooth Fairy goes about...

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Book Review Of “Lang’s Labyrinth” By K. Kibbee @SmithPublicity

Since unravelling the century-old secret behind an eerie ghost town in rural Washington State, life has been anything but ordinary for 13-year-old Anne. Now, she and her companion Grace, find themselves tangled between two worlds—that of the Fae creatures, whose bloodlust for human hosts has led them to empty entire...

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Book Review Of “Girls With Dreams” By Natasha Ravinand @SmithPublicity @NatashaRavinand

The turn of the twenty-first century has proven humankind’s genius. Technology is at its height – space exploration, stem cell research, and self-driving cars are all normal occurrences. However, there happens to be a problem of incredible magnitude rising quickly in the tech sector: only 29% of science or engineering...

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Blog Tour For “Unicorn Rescue Society: The Creatures Of The Pines” By Adam Gidwitz @DuttonYR @fabanks92 @randomhouse @duttonbooks

Thanks for stopping by! My part of the blog tour is a list of Five Mythical Creatures I’d want to meet, and Five Mythical Creatures I’d want to stay away from. So here we go, and again thank you for coming. Feel free to share with me, your answers. Unicorns,...

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Book Review Of “I Feel Teal” By Lauren Rille @simonkids @audriantoinette

A little girl has a rainbow of emotions in this gentle debut picture book that encourages little ones to express their feelings through color. You’re pink, you’re teal, you’re gray, you’re jade.  You’re every golden, warmy shade… All of us have lots of feelings, and this sweet rhyming story cleverly...

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Book Review Of “The Wild Robot Escapes” By Peter Brown @LittleBrownYR

The sequel to the New York Times bestselling The Wild Robot, by award-winning author Peter Brown. Shipwrecked on a remote, wild island, Robot Roz learned from the unwelcoming animal inhabitants and adapted to her surroundings–but can she survive the challenges of the civilized world and find her way home to Brightbill and the...

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