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Book Review of The Night Creepers

The Night Creepers by James Tingle

For Ages 9 - 12

I thought that this story was interesting. When several kids attempted to venture out after dark, purely out of boredom, they discover a place that really shouldn't even be there. I wasn't sure exactly where the story was going to head. In the end, I felt the story was left at a point where it leaves the ending to reader's imagination, as far as why their secret place had vanished completely. Interesting concept. I could see this story continuing on in a series to solve some kind of mystery. Will there be a book 2?
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Book Review - Oscar and Marla: Illustrated

Oscar and Marla: Illustrated by Carole St-Laurent

For Ages 6 - 10
I read this story to my daughter and she really enjoyed it. I liked how it introduces the reader to "second chance" animals. Then particularly centers focus on one of the animals among those who may have needed a second chance the most. I love how the author included humor as well and the honesty within the story. I also liked the positivity from Marla, the friendship that is developed between the two main characters, and the way the story turned out in the end. A meaningful and enjoyable story to be read!


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FREE for 3 days only, Little Astronomer: Journey Into the Solar System - From the Sun to Eris ebook.

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This book encourages children to learn about Astronomy.