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Reviews of Books with 24 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 24 pages.

Book Review

The Cute Penguin

by Danielle Ballantyne

A self-aware drawing of a penguin works his way through this tongue-in-cheek book in tandem with its readers, critiquing the cuteness of the artist’s renditions of animals. The cute penguin wants to look more like a real penguin, and... Read More

Book Review

Family Reunion

by Danielle Ballantyne

With an emphasis on the sanctity of family reunions in Black American families, "Family Reunion" is a sweet story about opening yourself up to new experiences—and finding unexpected delights. A young boy would rather stay home and play... Read More

Book Review

Roger and Matthew

by Danielle Ballantyne

Renowned singer-songwriter Michel Thériault channels his lyrical talent into this picture book about two childhood friends falling in love and growing old together, despite threats to their happiness. Earth tones blend with the ruby red... Read More

Book Review

Snow Days

by Danielle Ballantyne

From the first snowfall of the year to the sprouting of spring, "Snow Days" walks through the magic of winter in charming rhyming couplets. Meticulous paper and fabric cutouts form illustrations that seem to leap off of the page, with... Read More

Book Review

Santa's First Stop

by Karen Rigby

Santa’s First Stop is an optimistic Christian picture book that blends two Christmas traditions together. In Cecelia Reynolds’s picture book, Santa’s First Stop, Santa visits Bethlehem. This picture book is focused on delivering... Read More

Book Review

Do You like Snow?

by Rebecca Monterusso

The expressive picture book Do You Like Snow? encourages trying new things before writing them off. In Joanie Leopold’s picture book Do You Like Snow?, a little girl must change her mind so she can play with her friends. A little girl... Read More

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