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Mother, Wife, Reader,Writer,Librarian,Coffee Drinker,Gardener,Crafter,Musician
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Book Review: Better Living Through Origami: 20 Creative Paper Projects for a Beautiful Home by Nellianna van den Baard, Kenneth Veenenbos
Better Living Through Origami: 20 Creative Paper Projects for a Beautiful Home  by Nellianna van den Baard and Kenneth Veenenbos invites readers to take papercraft to a new creative level. Learn how to create 20 items of functional home decor using simple, ...
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Early Book Review: Mason Jar Science: 40 Slimy, Squishy, Super-Cool Experiments; Capture Big Discoveries in a Jar, from the Magic of Chemistry and Physics to the Amazing Worlds of Earth Science and Biology by Jonathan Adolph
Mason Jar Science: 40 Slimy, Squishy, Super-Cool Experiments; Capture Big Discoveries in a
Jar, from the Magic of Chemistry and Physics to the Amazing Worlds of
Earth Science and Biology by  Jonathan Adolph is currently scheduled for release on May 29 201...
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Early Book Review: Red Sky at Night by Elly MacKay
Red Sky at Night is a picturebook written and illustrated by Elly MacKay. It is currently scheduled for release on May 1 2018. Red sky at night,
sailor's delight. And, the next morning, when the dew is on the grass,
no rain will come to pass. These are th...
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Book Review: Erik the Lone Wolf by Sarah Finan
Erik the Lone Wolf is a picturebook written and illustrated by Sarah Finan. Being
a wolf means sticking with the pack. Everyone knows that – except for
Erik, one little wolf cub who dreams of setting off on his own adventure
all by himself!  But will lif...
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Book Review: A Duke in the Night (The Devils of Dover) by Kelly Bowen
A Duke in the Night is the first book in The Devils of Dover series by Kelly Bowen. August Faulkner is a man of many talents, not the least of which is enticing women into his bedchamber. He’s known—and reviled—for buying and selling companies, accumulating...
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Book Review: Ada Lovelace (Little People, Big Dreams) by Isabel Sanchez Vegara, Zafouko Yamamoto
Ada Lovelace , written by Isabel Sanchez Vegara and illustrated by Zafouko Yamamoto, is part of the Little People, Big Dreams series. Meet
Ada Lovelace, the British mathematician and daughter of poet Lord
Byron. From her early love of logic, to her plans ...
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Book Review: Drawing Cute with Katie Cook: 200+ Lessons for Drawing Super Adorable Stuff by Katie Cook
Drawing Cute with Katie Cook: 200+ Lessons for Drawing Super Adorable Stuff by Katie Cook teaches readers how to draw everything adorable in her first tutorial book. These are quick, easy-to-follow step-by-step lessons with some silliness on the side. All y...
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Early Book Review: Gordon: Bark to the Future! by Ashley Spires
Gordon: Bark to the Future! by Ashley Spires is a spin off of the Binky graphic novel series for children. It is currently scheduled for release on May 1 2018.  It's all up to Gordon now. His partner has been captured. His superior officer has been neutrali...
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Early Book Review: The Only Thing (The Donnigans) by Marie Harte
The Only Thing is the third book in The Donnigans series by Marie Harte and is currently scheduled for release on May 1 2018. You do not need to have read the previous books to enjoy this read, but those that have enjoy the earlier books in this series, and...
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Book Review: Let's Hatch Chicks!: A Day-by-Day Chick Hatching Guide for Kids by Lisa Steele
Let's Hatch Chicks!: A Day-by-Day Chick Hatching Guide for Kids by  Lisa Steele is a children's non fiction book about how a chicken lays, cares for, and hatches an egg. What’s
going on inside that egg? At the heart of this book is the answer to
that ques...
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