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Reviews of Books with 36 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 36 pages.

Book Review

Planting Friendship

by Kristine Morris

"Planting Friendship" is a warm picture book in which girls from different faith traditions build friendships, exemplifying kindness and understanding. Three girls from different faith traditions become close friends in "Planting... Read More

Book Review

Little Bear

by Danielle Ballantyne

Rooted in an Inuit folktale from Greenland, this picture book celebrates the reciprocal relationship between humans and nature. When a lonely old woman finds a bear cub freezing on the ice, she adopts him as her own. He grows up in the... Read More

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Leilong the Library Bus

by Danielle Ballantyne

Leilong is a boisterous brontosaurus who just wants to fit in—especially to the town library for story time. Though he’s eager to enjoy the library with his friends, the building can’t accommodate his energy or his size, leading to... Read More

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Moon Pops

by Danielle Ballantyne

Inspired by Korean folklore, this bedtime story uses cutout ink characters within detailed dioramas to depict a magical summer night, when it is so hot that the moon begins to melt. A quick-thinking grandmother wolf catches the drops in... Read More

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I'm So Glad It's Spring!

by Aimee Jodoin

The gentle picture book I’m So Glad It’s Spring! pays homage to winter and spring through seasonal nature activities. Tammy Hendrickx’s celebratory picture book I’m So Glad It’s Spring! is an ode to the seasons that transitions... Read More

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Whale of Wonder

by Aimee Jodoin

"Whale of Wonder" is a tender picture book whose intelligent orcas reveal the importance of conservation. Based on true events, Marie-Paule Mahoney’s ecological picture book "Whale of Wonder" is the emotional story of an orca whale’s... Read More

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Ritu Weds Chandni

by Danielle Ballantyne

Ayesha is thrilled to be part of her cousin’s baraat, but same-sex marriage is not legal in India, and the party is confronted by riders on horseback who block their path and spray the group with icy water. The brides and their guests... Read More

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