Category: Children’s

Snoodles in Space | Critical Book Review

In the whimsical world of Snoodles in Space by Steven Joseph, children are in for a ride filled with cosmic giggles and noodle-fueled antics. Toni Woodruff took a dive into this indie children’s book, and here’s the scoop. Noodle Power and Interplanetary Intrigues Sour Croodleman, the sauerkraut magnate, once ruled the town with his fuel…

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Pebbles and the Biggest Number | Critical Book Review

In Pebbles and the Biggest Number, Joey Benun crafts a tale of a curious butterfly on an extraordinary journey to uncover the mysteries of numbers. While the premise seems whimsical, the story unfolds into a revelation of unexpected knowledge and connections. A Unique Learning Experience Pebbles, tired of mundane counting, takes flight to explore the…

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Lilah Loves Life | Critical Book Review

In Brian Sullivan’s “Lilah Loves Life,” the mundane transforms into a canvas of endless possibilities. The main character, Lilah, embraces each day with unbridled enthusiasm, turning ordinary moments into extraordinary adventures. A Day of Boundless Potential Lilah, the pint-sized protagonist, embarks on a journey of joy and discovery, guided by grand aspirations for her day.…

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