Monthly Archives: July 2012

Tenth Book Review for 6th Annual Book Review Challenge

This is a great informational book about swimming. It discusses what swimming is, how kids can swim laps, different strokes, how to compete and how to prepare for different competitions. After reading the book, the reader will know everything there … Continue reading

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Ninth Book Review for 6th Book Review Challenge

The Tiptoe Guide to Teaching Fairies Written by: Ammi-Joan Paquette Illustrated by: Christa Unzner This is a wonderful picture book with a motivating message for kids. Fairies could be found everywhere in nature. The book has a unique blend of … Continue reading

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Eight Book Review for 6th Annual Book Review Challenge

This is a rhythmical book with a fun message. The story is about Juba hand-clapping games. They originated in Nigeria. The author cleverly adapts these chants into a quick-moving and engaging picture book. The illustrator also includes a whole new … Continue reading

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Seventh Review for the 6th Annual Book Review Challenge

La Dolce Vegan: Vegan Livin’ Made Easy By Sarah Kramer Kramer’s book is a wonderful resource on vegan cooking. Most of the recipes can be prepared in 20 to 30 minutes–that is quicker than you can order take out. The … Continue reading

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Sixth book Review for the 6th Annual Book Review Challenge

The Ontario Seasonal Cookbook By Jennifer Ogle, James Darcy, Alison Beck This is a great book about Ontario cooking and how to prepare wonderful seasonal meals. Ontario has a rich diverse population that comes from many parts of the world. … Continue reading

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Fourth For the Canadian Book Review Challenge

Slice me Some Truth: An Anthology of Canadian Creative Nonfiction Ed Luanne Armstrong Zoe Landale This is a book that surveys the genre of nonfiction in Canadian literature. The book will also serve as an introduction to the nonfiction genre. … Continue reading

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Third book for the 6th Annual Canadian Book Challenge

This is a great picture book for kids by a Canadian author and illustrator. It is about a boy called Night who cannot sleep at night. He thinks that there is so much more to do than sleep. When the … Continue reading

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