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Reviews of Books with 32 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 32 pages.

Book Review

Bear’s Bicycle

by Danielle Ballantyne

Bear is training hard for the woodland’s community bike ride, Summer Scoot. But he can’t seem to find his bicycle legs, even though he is using the same instructional book as everyone else. After running—and crashing—into some... Read More

Book Review

RuPaul

by Danielle Ballantyne

The renowned children’s biography series Little People, Big Dreams is back, and its latest installment showcases the indomitable, illustrious RuPaul. With bright colors reflective of RuPaul’s signature style, the book follows as... Read More

Book Review

R is for Rainbow

by Danielle Ballantyne

A troupe of animals guide children through the alphabet, showcasing valuable lessons and unlikely partnerships. Here, N is for “never giving up,” while C–“cupcakes and carefully planned getaways”—is paired with a whimsical... Read More

Book Review

The Pocket Chaotic

by Danielle Ballantyne

Alexander is a joey who loves his mother and the familiar comfort of her pouch, but who finds that it is getting rather crowded as of late. Handfuls of sweets, a toy car, and a recorder are just some of the things Alexander finds... Read More

Book Review

Kuan Yin

by Danielle Ballantyne

With intricate illustrations reminiscent of Chinese paper cuts, the origin story of a beloved Buddhist saint is reimagined for a new audience. Princess Ling’s beloved sister, Princess Miao Shan, does not want to marry and rule her... Read More

Book Review

We Want a Dog

by Michelle Anne Schingler

A hodgepodge of pooches are the focus of this jaunty picture book that begins with a decision: “We want a dog!” But what kind of dog—farty? Barky? A shedder? A sharp dresser? The possibilities are many. The prospective pups are... Read More

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