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Reviews of Books with 32 Pages

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

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Lissy's Diary

by Danielle Ballantyne

A young girl learns about the importance of stories and forges a deeper connection with her grandmother in this colorful picture book. Lissy is excited to give her grandmother her birthday presents, but is confused when Grandma thanks... Read More

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In the Mirror

by Alex Dailey

The picture book In The Mirror expresses the beauty of self-acceptance and positivity while building healthy views of people as individuals. Fabian E. Ferguson’s vibrant children’s picture book "In the Mirror" promotes self-love,... Read More

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The Dog Walk

by Danielle Ballantyne

A boy takes a dog for a walk through magical realms in this wordless seek-and-find book. The illustrations are an intricate delight for both children and their helpers, while finding the boy—in his red baseball cap—and his fluffy... Read More

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Finding Forget-Me-Nots

by Kristine Morris

In the engaging picture book "Finding Forget-Me-Nots", elephants learn the benefits of curiosity and mindfulness. In Wickie Rowland’s picture book "Finding Forget-Me-Nots", a small elephant learns the value of curiosity and mindfulness... Read More

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And....

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Pops of color and creatures with quizzical expressions make this story about how all is connected a visual and meditative delight. A child is cautioned not to disturb a butterfly that’s feasting on a flower; they’re warned that if... Read More

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Home of the Wild

by Michelle Anne Schingler

A gentle boy encounters a lonely fawn while he’s traipsing through the woods he loves. He “whispers into soft velvet, ‘I’ll carry you home.’” His mother cautions him that he’ll have free Alba, once she’s strong enough to... Read More

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Comings and Goings

by Danielle Ballantyne

Alex is counting down the days until his summer vacation begins, when he will travel south all by himself to see his grandparents, aunt and uncle, and cousins. As he packs his bags, his extended family prepares for his arrival; their... Read More

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My Room Is a Zoo!

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Little ones who never want to go to sleep will find a kindred spirit in this story about a child who knows that it’s bedtime, but whose dreams are being delayed by the restless, animated toys around them. The animals open windows, beg... Read More

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