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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

Happy Right Now

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

A young girl reminds herself to make a conscious decision every day to find happiness in this feel-good story with an important message for everyone who might be waiting for the rain to clear, or for the weekend to arrive, in order to... Read More

Book Review

The Space Train

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Uncovering a vintage space train thrills Jakob, who longs to meet new friends, and his grandmother, who reminisces about travelling through galaxies in style. Restoring the space train takes a lot of hard work, but with the help of some... Read More

Book Review

Not Yet a Yeti

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Small and friendly in a community of ferocious giants, George wonders when he will grow big and strong and terrifying like his yeti mom and dad. Even Grandad and Sister can make adventurous hikers scream and run away. Polaroid snapshots... Read More

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Iced Out

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

It isn’t easy being an awkward narwhal or a shy walrus in Miss Blubber’s School for Arctic Mammals, especially when all the other students are seals; it isn’t long before Neville and Wilfred begin to dread attending class. When a... Read More

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Panthera Tigris

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Team up with a jungle-smart guide and a book-smart scholar as they search the forest for a certain striped carnivore, genus Panthera, species tigris. Leafy shades of detailed jungle greens and sketches worthy of a naturalist’s notebook... Read More

Book Review

God Creates a Snake

by Rebecca Monterusso

"God Creates a Snake" is a subtle and humorous tale that humanizes God as fallible. Charles Peterson’s humorous picture book "God Creates a Snake" jokes about expectations and reality, excitement and disappointment; it proves that... Read More

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