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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

189 Canaries

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Canaries are carried around the world in this informative tale with stunning illustrations. In gilded, folk art style, the early reader focuses on a miners’ canary, who revels in his days off from singing in the dark. When a bird... Read More

Book Review

Real Talk Tarot

by Kristine Morris

For relatability and accessibility, "Real Talk Tarot" updates the tarot, making the ancient system of self-knowledge and divination easy to use and appealing. Here, the tarot’s six-hundred-year-old system of applying archetypes to life... Read More

Book Review

Moose's Book Bus

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Moose lives in the woods. He’s fortunate to be able to travel into town when he wants a new book; not all of the creatures around him are so lucky. Moose hosts story time, but his home gets crowded, so he conceives of a solution to... Read More

Book Review

Finding Muchness

by Danielle Ballantyne

An adorable duckling imparts bite-sized lessons in this picture book about getting the most out of life. Meticulous grayscale illustrations—with the exception of the duckling’s yellow beak—use rings of tree stumps to portray the... Read More

Book Review

More than a Little

by Michelle Anne Schingler

An adoring red fox heaps encouragements upon a fluffy-tailed squirrel in this lovely rhyming picture book about sending littles into the world with confidence, because each one adds something to it that no one else can: themselves! This... Read More

Book Review

Music All Around

by Danielle Ballantyne

Sofia leaves “every salty echo of the sea” behind when she goes to visit her grandparents’ house in the woods, but just because the music changes doesn’t mean it’s lost, and she conducts new movements in the thumping feet of... Read More

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