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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

One Winter Up North

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In the snowy Minnesota woods, a family of three straps on snowshoes and skitters across the frozen landscape, seeking out a place to set up camp. They hunker down by a frozen lake, where a cozy night precedes a day of exploration. Animal... Read More

Book Review

Frank's Frantic Festival

by Kristine Morris

The entertaining picture book Frank’s Frantic Festival follows a boy through the consequences of his magic-based misbehavior. Harry Binnendyk’s picture book Frank’s Frantic Festival follows a boy and his best friend through their... Read More

Book Review

Ensemble

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Big enough to take up a whole lap, and bright enough to hold attention through a long afternoon perusal, this informative picture book glances through examples of animal interconnectedness, all while teaching the terms applied to... Read More

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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