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Reviews of Books with 14 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 14 pages.

Book Review

Sunrise Dance

by Danielle Ballantyne

Push and pull the tabs of this colorful, calming story to reveal how various creatures start their days—and maybe give children some ideas of what to do with their own. As the sun rises over the crest of the distant hills, the forest... Read More

Book Review

Whose Home Is It?

by Michelle Anne Schingler

This cute, informative board book with pop-up panels reveals the wilderness homes of varied creatures. In it: a little snail wishes he had a covered space to reside in, but every possibility he encounters is already occupied, from a... Read More

Book Review

Eat Up, Bear!

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Autumn campers and hikers peaceably coexist with hungry bears in this board book with a lesson for little nature-goers: all are kept safe when people remember to properly lock up, and dispose of, their foods in the wild. Bright scenes,... Read More

Book Review

Animal Fun for Everyone!

by Peter Dabbene

This unique board book is recommended for children of all colors, shapes, sizes, and abilities. Marjorie W. Pitzer continues her series of board books featuring color photos of Down syndrome children with the animal-themed "Animal Fun... Read More

Book Review

I Like Berries, Do You?

by Peter Dabbene

Down syndrome kids can, at last, see children who look like them in a picture book. With an overwhelming array of food choices available, many young children can be resistant to experimentation in their diet, preferring to stick with... Read More

Book Review

Pets

by Peter Dabbene

Simple isn’t always easy to pull off; to stand the test of time, a board book needs to have a straightforward message, wide appeal, and entertaining pictures that are fun to look at over and over again. Luckily, John Hutton and Andrea... Read More