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Reviews of Books with 44 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 44 pages.

Book Review

Who Stole My Leg?

by Danielle Ballantyne

Bright-colored illustrations reminiscent of children’s cartoons reflect the humor and charm of this story (available in both English and Spanish) about a pirate captain with a wandering peg leg. Captain Grislygrin is feared by his... Read More

Book Review

My Diwali

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Celebrate the Hindu festival of lights with a family whose parents teach their children about the tradition as they shop, clean, and snack. There are a few interruptions to their joyful planning, but these surprises do not dampen the... Read More

Book Review

Fox Tells a Lie

by Danielle Ballantyne

Watercolors and colored pencils come together in illustrations reminiscent of folk art in this story about getting caught in your own web of lies. Trying to look cool in front of his friends, Fox tells everyone that he knows Superturtle.... Read More

Book Review

A Perfect Day

by Danielle Ballantyne

With white backgrounds and stand-out colored-pencil illustrations, this picture book urges everyone to appreciate the everyday music found in nature. Bees bzzz-zzz and frogs croa-oak before a summer thunderstorm rolls in with drums,... Read More

Book Review

The Pepperstorm

by Danielle Ballantyne

Crayon-like illustrations and a cool palette with spots of yellow and pink portray this mischievous take on why elephants are afraid of mice, available in English and Spanish editions. The mice have grown tired of the elephants never... Read More

Book Review

Gus Becomes a Big Brother

by Karen Rigby

This bighearted and eventful picture book concerns itself with how families cultivate love. Heather S. Lonczak’s picture book "Gus Becomes a Big Brother" clarifies the adoption process through an endearing canine family. Three-year-old... Read More

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