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Five Minutes, Alfie by Lily Mae Walters, Blog Tour and Giveaway @rararesources @LilyMaeWalters1

Welcome to my stop on the Blog Blitz for Five Minutes, Alfie. Thank-you Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources, for inviting me to read this book and participate in this tour. Continue reading “Five Minutes, Alfie by Lily Mae Walters, Blog Tour and Giveaway @rararesources @LilyMaeWalters1”

Children’s Books, Mini-Reviews

Hi everyone. Welcome to this group of mini-reviews of children’s books. I read these during the year in 2019, but for some reason, I never posted reviews. I have reread them all to try and remember what I thought and if I read them to my grandchildren, what they thought as well. All of these books were provided through Netgalley, however, the rating, ideas and opinions shared are mine and my grandkids. I wrote this post a couple of weeks ago and just realized  that I had never posted it. So, here it is. Continue reading “Children’s Books, Mini-Reviews”

Mini-Reviews, Children’s Books

This is the last set of books that I read to and/or with my grandchildren before I left to go south. I forgot to post reviews, so here they are. I had to try and remember what their comments and reactions were, but I think I remembered the gist of them. Again, all books were provided by the publisher upon request. The rating, ideas and opinions shared are my own or my grandchildren’s. Continue reading “Mini-Reviews, Children’s Books”

Saturday Morning For Kids (February 1, 2020)

This meme was started by Rae Longest at Powerful Women Readers. As I am a grandmother, who loves to read to her grandchildren, a mother who loved to read to and with her children, and a retired teacher librarian, this meme really attracted me. If you love children’s books, or have a favourite from your childhood, join us in introducing them to a new generation of readers. Feel free to use my logo above, but link back to my post as well. Continue reading “Saturday Morning For Kids (February 1, 2020)”

Children’s Non Fiction, Mini Reviews

All of these books are biographies for Children. Several are from the wonderful Little People, Big Dreams series and two are from a new series I came across about Women in Stem. These books were all provided through Netgalley. The ratings, ideas and opinions shared are my own.

48578107. sx318 Martin Luther King Jr (#41 Little People, Big Dreams) by Mª Isabel Sánchez Vegara

Expected publication: February 4th 2020 by Frances Lincoln Children’s Books

4.5 Stars:  Continue reading “Children’s Non Fiction, Mini Reviews”

Saturday Morning For Kids (January 25, 2020)

This meme was started by Rae Longest at Powerful Women Readers. As I am a grandmother, who loves to read to her grandchildren, a mother who loved to read to and with her children, and a retired teacher librarian, this meme really attracted me. If you love children’s books, or have a favourite from your childhood, join us in introducing them to a new generation of readers. Feel free to use my logo above, but link back to my post as well. Continue reading “Saturday Morning For Kids (January 25, 2020)”

Children’s Books, Mini Reviews

Image result for children's libraryThese are books that I read myself, not to my  grandchildren this time. They are a mixed bag of ratings, with one that I loved and one that was a total miss. Once again, all of these books were provided to me by the publisher. The ratings, ideas and opinions shared are my own. Continue reading “Children’s Books, Mini Reviews”

Mini-Reviews of Children’s Books

I got so far behind on my reviews of Children’s Books. I can read them to my grandchildren several at a time, but then have to take the time to write the reviews. Here are the last several that I read to them before Christmas. Once again, I have tried to include their comments and/or reactions. All of these books were received from the publishers via Netgalley. The comments, ideas and opinions contained within are my own. Continue reading “Mini-Reviews of Children’s Books”

Mini-Reviews, Children’s Books

Once again, I am reviewing several children’s books that I read to my grandchildren. Most of these were a bit old for my granddaughter, but she still sat and listened well. My grandson gave his opinion or asked questions about most of them and I have included some of that in the reviews. All were provided by the publishers through Netgalley. The rating, ideas and opinions shared are my own.


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