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Reviews of Books with 56 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 56 pages.

Book Review

Madame Badobedah

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

There are many guests that come and go at the Mermaid Hotel, but according to young Mabel, none are as mysterious or noteworthy as Madame Badobedah (her name rhymes with ooh la la). Equal parts curious and suspicious, Mabel determines to... Read More

Book Review

Farmer Arnold's Barnyard

by Karen Rigby

There’s plenty of warmth to the stories of Farmer Arnold’s Barnyard, which make life on a farm seem charming and serene. In M.E. Hulme’s bucolic collection Farmer Arnold’s Barnyard, uplifting tales team classic farm animals with... Read More

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The Adventures of Teko

by Carol Davala

This personal story about a rescue dog is warm and emotive, full of heartfelt human and animal connections. In Barbara Ann Ellicott’s heartwarming, pet-centered memoir "The Adventures of Teko", a young adopted dog finds his forever... Read More

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Toilet Trouble

by Rebecca Monterusso

A great companion for early readers, "Toilet Trouble" will make its audience want to practice rhymes. Brett Fleishman’s poems in "Toilet Trouble" are aimed at inspiring laughter through silly concepts as their audience learns to read.... Read More

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Bear's Tooth

by Peter Dabbene

Bear’s Tooth 1: Max, a graphic novel by Yann and Alain Henriet, is the first of three books so far that tell the story of three childhood friends whose fates will be linked as adults throughout World War II. Translated from the... Read More

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