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Reviews of Books with 48 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 48 pages.

Book Review

The Hug

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Sometimes all you need is a little TLC, but that’s easier said than done for a prickly-backed hedgehog and a hard-shelled tortoise. With adorable arms outstretched, the two embark from opposite sides of this innovative flip book as... Read More

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The Gorgeous Mr Zane

by Claire Foster

The Gorgeous Mr. Zane is a disturbing yet compelling work about the deep love between a woman and her bank account. There are two essential elements that govern every person’s life: romance and finance. The Gorgeous Mr. Zane is a short... Read More

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The Cottingley Fairies

by Drema Drudge

Writer and illustrator Ana Sender revisits a historical controversy in her charming children’s book "The Cottingley Fairies". Two young friends, Elsie Wright and Frances Griffith, seek to rekindle adults’ belief in magic by taking... Read More

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The Birdman

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

A man of many talents who loved nature, Alexander Milton Ross was a little-known hero of the Underground Railroad. He left his home in Canada to tour plantation fields as an ornithologist, secretly helping slaves escape to freedom.... Read More

Book Review

Love Big

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Learn about kindness, sharing, listening, and how to be “buff” from the animals, both large and small, of the East African savanna. Songs, chants, rhymes, dance, and lots of dung beetle jokes will have hands clapping, feet tapping,... Read More

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