Monthly Archives: September 2013

Small Space Gardens by Liz Primeau (36)

Do you have a small space and don’t know how to build a garden and create a comfortable space for yourself? If you do, this book is for you! In this book, Liz Primeau shows the reader how anyone can … Continue reading

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Front Yard Gardens: Growing More than Grass (35)

  Would you like to spice your front yard? Do you want to make your front yard look more colorful and inviting? If you do, Liz Primeau’s book is for you! Liz hows the reader how to turn our bland … Continue reading

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Mr. King’s Castle by Genevieve Cote (34)

This is a GREAT picture book by an award-winning author and illustrator from Montreal Canada. This book shows kids that bigger is not always better. Sometimes smaller works just as well and it could give us even more happiness. Mr. … Continue reading

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Black and Bittern Was Night by Robert Heidbreder (33)

This is a unique picture book by an award-winning Canadian author and illustrator from Vancouver just in time for Halloween. This book is all about spooky skul-a-mug-mugs.  When they take over a small town, the grown ups are all worried. … Continue reading

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Community Soup by Alma Fullerton (32)

This is a unique picture book by a Canadian author from Ontario for kids to bring awareness about the less fortunate people in Kenya and other poor parts of the world. This picture book is about Kioni who loves her … Continue reading

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Everything is Perfect When You’re a Liar (31)

I have read many books in my life because I am a professional book reviewer, and this book is hard to place. It is a memoir-type of book and it discusses her life and how Kelly reformed and became a … Continue reading

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Book Review: T is for Territories

This is a GREAT picture book about the Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut like no other. It offers a lot of information for young kids about this vast northern hemisphere which spans three-time zones. The Northwest Territories is larger than … Continue reading

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