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Reviews of Books with 40 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 40 pages.

Book Review

Ella McBella in the Dark

by Kristine Morris

"Ella McBella in the Dark" is a sensitive picture book that encourages the use of one’s inner resources to confront, and conquer, fear. In Laura Pells’s enchanting picture book "Ella McBella in the Dark", a girl conquers her fears... Read More

Book Review

Zonia's Rain Forest

by Danielle Ballantyne

The devastating consequences of harvesting the Amazonian rain forest are brought to light for the next generation in this delicate picture book. Zonia is a member of the Asháninka, the largest Indigenous group still living in the... Read More

Book Review

Trying

by Danielle Ballantyne

A boy wanders into an old sculptor’s studio, in awe of the works of art surrounding him but convinced that he could never create something as beautiful. The sculptor encourages him to try and to persevere; the boy learns to see initial... Read More

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The Most Amazing Bird

by Danielle Ballantyne

From one winter to the next, Aggataa, a young Inuit girl, develops appreciation for nature with the help of her grandmother in the Canadian North. When she meets the small, disheveled raven her grandmother saved last winter, Aggataa dubs... Read More

Book Review

Mexique

by Danielle Ballantyne

This fictionalized firsthand account of the passage of the "Mexique", which carried 456 Spanish children to the safety of Mexico during the Spanish Civil War, is a potent reminder of an echoing historical crisis. The welcoming flowers of... Read More

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