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TaleBlade Book Review - Corduroy

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Corduroy is a story that depicts desire without selfishness, friendship without conditions – and an occasional teddy bear mishap.
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TaleBlade Book Review - The Grumpface

http://www.taleblade.com/the-grumpface/

This fairy tale is a classic in the waiting and one that will be passed from one generation to the next with fond memories and imaginative adventures.
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TaleBlade Author Review - Graeme Base

http://www.taleblade.com/author-review-graeme-base/

One would be hard-pressed to seek out a children’s author who combines the ability of writing and illustrating as well as Graeme Base.
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TaleBlade Resources - Picture Book Cover Design

http://www.taleblade.com/picture-book-cover-design/

Children’s picture books are all about igniting a child’s imagination. A good cover is what begins this process.
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TaleBlade Resources - 8 Steps to a Solid Book Review

http://www.taleblade.com/book-reviewer-basics/

The most important thing to remember when reviewing a book is that there is no right or wrong way to do it.
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TaleBlade Book Review - The Story About Ping

http://www.taleblade.com/the-story-about-ping/

From time to time, stories are crafted so cleverly, that they leave an indelible imprint upon the mind of a curious child.
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TaleBlade Book Review - The Cat in the Hat

http://www.taleblade.com/the-cat-in-the-hat/

The Cat in the Hat is arguably Dr Seuss’ most well known book, if by nothing more than the title alone.
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TaleBlade Book Review - Oh, The Places You'll Go!

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When we remember our childhood, often it will consist of our favourite stories. The adventures we embarked upon and the trials we overcame alongside the characters. These stories have made an imprint on our imagination that we have taken with us into adulthood.
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TaleBlade Resources - The Importance of Reading with Children

http://www.taleblade.com/importance-reading-children/

When I was a child I used to love mum reading books to me. We would go on adventures together in the morning, during the day and at bedtime.
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