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Reviews of Books with 46 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 46 pages.

Book Review

The Consultant in Sea Isle City

by Carolina Ciucci

In the small town thriller The Consultant of Sea Isle City, a woman leaves the city, looking for transformation, but her new lifestyle is hindered by conniving neighbors and local corruption. In LB Robbins’s novella-length thriller The... Read More

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Now What?

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

"Now What?" is a charming picture book whose creative, quirky heroines make the best of a dreary day. In Brenda Faatz’s picture book "Now What?", an ordinary day morphs into an opportunity for play, creativity, and mindfulness.... Read More

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Rupert's Snowman

by Kristine Morris

Rupert’s Snowman is a captivating picture book in which a boy develops a creative solution to a snowman’s loneliness. In Phillipa Warden’s charming picture book Rupert’s Snowman, a young boy and his mother build the best snowman... Read More

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Evie and the Bushfire

by Kristine Morris

"Evie and the Bushfire" is a picture book about understanding and dealing with the Australian Black Summer fires. Becky Westbrook’s comforting picture book, "Evie and the Bushfire", addresses Australia’s devastating recent fires with... Read More

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by Catherine Thureson

Depictions of exploding fireworks will engage young children, along with interesting Fourth of July facts. "KaBoom", a celebration of the Fourth of July, includes a short story about fireworks that cannot wait to show off their colors,... Read More

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Joy Street

by Olivia Boler

Foley takes command of the meaning behind her words, bending and mastering them with her positive outlook on life. Laura Foley’s fourth poetry collection, "Joy Street", is a slender volume that can be easily read all at once, then... Read More

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