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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

The Last Tiger

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

A cautionary tale unfolds deep in the jungle as a proud tiger goes head to head with a group of hunters and loses. Stuck in a cage, he learns the value of strength and power versus freedom. It’s a fable fit for Aesop himself. The... Read More

Book Review

Thank You, Me

by Rebecca Monterusso

"Thank You, Me" is a picture book focused on gratitude and holistic self-love. In Ellie Oop’s picture book "Thank You, Me" a child expresses loving gratitude for each part of her body. A nameless child wakes up and greets the day. She... Read More

Book Review

The Inner Child

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

What if the childlike aspects of our unconscious minds were visible for all to see? Soft watercolors capture adults in business and workout attire, shadowed by sketchy black-and-white younger versions of themselves who reveal the joys... Read More

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The Return

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Follow along as a woman in a polka dot dress leaves the big city behind in a yellow bus, emerging on an lonely road with hills all around and a tiny cottage in the distance. In this wordless story with a lot to say, the woman’s arrival... Read More

Book Review

One Fox

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Count along from one to ten with this surprising, suspenseful tale. It unfolds through the clever use of numbers and mixed media collage artwork, with glowing eyes, sharp teeth, and bright fur and feathers, captivating as they stand in... Read More

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