The holidays are here! And with it comes a bundle of excellent new children’s books. Gift giving..Tis the season, and these titles will bring happiness that does not require batteries, or spending hours in front of a TV screen. Give a gift of a book this year. Kids love to listen to you read to them, and then learn to read themselves. Or was that just my kid? Anyway you want to look at it is alright with me! Enjoy these great new titles.
The Blue Hour
by Isabelle Simler
The sun has set, the day has ended, but the night hasn’t quite arrived yet. This magical twilight is known as the blue hour. Everything in nature—sky, water, flowers, birds, foxes—comes together in a symphony of blue to celebrate the merging of night and day.
With its soothing text and radiant artwork, this elegant picture book displays the majesty of nature and reminds readers that beauty is fleeting but also worth savoring.
Good Morning, Superman
By Michael Dahl
Look, up in the sky! It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s the . . . SUN! When morning comes, a young boy must prepare for his day, faster than a speeding bullet. Follow along as he leaps tall buildings (jumps out of bed) in a single bound, dons his heroic uniform (his clothes), and faces his greatest weakness (Kryptonite-colored toothpaste). Then it’s up, up, and away to daycare! The perfect companion to the bestselling author Michael Dahl’s BEDTIME FOR BATMAN, this official DC Comics picture book will have Superman fans young and old delighting in their morning routines. Includes a morning routine checklist.
About the Author: Michael Dahl is the prolific author of the bestselling Goodnight, Baseball picture book and more than 200 other books for children and young adults. He has won the AEP Distinguished Achievement Award three times for his nonfiction, a Teacher’s Choice award from Learning magazine, and a Seal of Excellence from the Creative Child Awards. Dahl currently lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
About the Illustrator: Omar Lozano currently lives in Monterrey, Mexico. He has always been crazy for illustration, constantly on the lookout for awesome things to draw. In his free time, he watches lots of movies, reads fantasy and sci-fi books, and draws! Omar has worked for Marvel, DC, IDW, Capstone and several other publishing companies.
A Note From the Publisher
Format: Paper-over-Board + Jacket; Also available in Library Binding in Spring 2017
** Very Cute Book. ~~ !!
Mrs. White Rabbit
by Gillen Bachelet
Very Cute Story!
Alice in Wonderland is one of the great classics of children’s literature, but what does anyone actually know about Wonderland? Through the diary of the White Rabbit’s extremely busy wife, readers finally get to see what happens in the background during Alice’s adventures.
Mrs. White Rabbit loves her husband and their many children, but with an invisible housecat from Cheshire and a young female visitor who frequently changes size, living in Wonderland comes with a number of challenges.
With an abundance of wit and charm, Mrs. White Rabbit gives Lewis Carroll’s famous tale a refreshingly modern twist.
The Queen of the Frogs
by Davide Cali and Marco Soma
I really enjoyed reading this great story, and I loved the drawings.
The frogs enjoy their life at the pond, filling their days with fly brunches and night music. But one day a little frog finds a crown at the bottom of the pond and is instantly pronounced a queen. She starts doing what queens do: making demands and expecting others to serve her. But when her royal subjects start to question her authority, she must prove she’s fit to rule—if she can.
Reminiscent of Aesop’s fables, this beautifully illustrated book is sure to start a discussion about the concept of leadership and the importance of humility.
Caillou ~ The Road Trip
For the Youngers! My Son grew up with Caillou, And he loved these books , and I STILL can never spell Caillou’s name right the first time!
A new episode in the adventures of Caillou, the little kid, with the BIG imagination! In this story, Caillou and his family are going on a car trip and Caillou isn’t sure it will be any fun at all. But after playing car games, seeing a big truck, eating at a restaurant and going on a ferry boat ride, Caillou decides that sometimes the journey is more important than the destination!
Caillou~ The New Soccer Coach
A new episode in the adventures of Caillou, the little kid, with the BIG imagination! In this heartwarming story, Grandpa is coaching Caillou’s soccer team. Caillou finds it hard to share Grandpa with his friends, but he learns that people can play multiple roles. One thing is certain: Caillou will always be special to Grandpa!
Caillou ~ I can Brush My Teeth
BOARD BOOK EDITION! Caillou isn’t a baby anymore. He wants to brush his teeth by himself. After breakfast and before going to bed, Caillou brushes little circles all over his teeth, just like Daddy! The ones in the back are harder to reach, but Caillou tries his best. Either Mommy or Daddy is always by his side to give him a guiding hand or some pointers for next time. Caillou even takes care to brush his dinosaurs’ big teeth!
Developed with the help of a pediatric dentist and a child psychologist, Caillou: I Can Brush My Teeth illustrates how Caillou’s mastery of fine motor-skills allows him to gain more independence in small but important ways.
Caillou ~ Good Night!
BOARD BOOK EDITION! Caillou is a big boy now. When his sister Rosie goes to bed, he can stay up with Mommy and Daddy. However, when the games and stories are over, when his parents leave the room, Caillou feels very vulnerable by himself in the dark. Sleeping alone is an important step toward growing up and feeling independent. With the help of his teddy, Caillou will prove to his parents that he really is a big boy!
The books in the Caillou’s Essentials collection follow children through different stages of their development. Written with the guidance of a child psychologist, these stories help little ones to better understand and manage their emotions.
** I still do not know why Caillou has no hair.
Dynomike ~ Friendsgiving
by Frankie B. Rabbit
It’s almost Thanksgiving, and Dynomike’s friends are dreaming of all the delicious foods they’ll be eating. But Dynomike is depressed because he won’t be celebrating with a big feast this year. Just when he thinks his Thanksgiving is ruined, Dynomike gets something to really be thankful for.
It is easy to get caught up in the festivities of Thanksgiving and forget that not everyone is fortunate enough to celebrate. But Dynomike: Friendsgiving reveals how thinking about others at Thanksgiving can give everyone more to be thankful for.
Very Cute Story. One that has a very good message.
There, There ~
By Tim Beiser and Bill Slavin
Do you ever feel like everything is terrible? Like nothing is ever right and you just want to hide under your pillow? Well Rabbit does, and he’s not shy about sharing it. He whines, he complains, he moans, he grumps… until Bear has had enough and decides it’s time for Rabbit to learn to appreciate what he has. Using nothing but the lowly common earthworm as an example, he teaches Rabbit a lesson about taking things for granted. Something the worm knows all about…
Written in charming verse and featuring a delightfully domestic bear and a very surly rabbit, There, There is a fantastic tongue-in-cheek riff on the idea that “it could be worse…”
I love Bill Slavin’s Artwork! This book was so cute!
Words by Kyo Maclear, Pictures by Kenard Pak
Warble is a small yellow warbler who lives on the beautiful island of Icyland, where he pursues his hobby of human watching. But on a warm day, a deep fog rolls in and obscures his view. The rest of the birds don’t seem to notice the fog or the other changes Warble observes on the island. The more the fog is ignored, the more it spreads. When a Red-hooded Spectacled Female (Juvenile) appears, Warble discovers that he’s not the only one who notices the fog. Will they be able to find others who can see it too? And is the fog here to stay? Kyo Maclear’s witty story, brought to life with the delicate, misty artwork of Kenard Pak, is a poignant yet humorous reminder of the importance of environmental awareness.
Can You Find My Robot’s Arm?
By Chihiro Takeuchi
One morning, a robot wakes up to find he is missing an arm. He and his robo buddy search inside and outside the house, through a garden, an amusement park, a library and even a candy shop, but it’s nowhere to be found. Where can the arm be, and what might make a suitable replacement? A lollipop? A fish bone? How about a fork?
Can You Find My Robot’s Arm? humorously invites children to explore the beautiful and intricate hand-cut images of Chihiro Takeuchi.
So Cute!! The hand cut images are fantastic!
Carson Crosses Canada
By Linda Bailey & Kass Reich
Feisty Annie Magruder and her dog, Carson, live in British Columbia, Canada, and they’re setting out to visit her sister, Elsie, in Newfoundland. In their little rattlebang car, packed with Carson’s favorite toy, Squeaky Chicken, and plenty of baloney sandwiches, Annie and Carson hit the road! They travel province by province, taking in each unique landscape and experiencing something special to that particular part of this vast, grand country. For example, they marvel at the beauty of the big, open sky — and grasshoppers! — in Saskatchewan and discover the gorgeous red earth and delicious lobster rolls in PEI, before finally being greeted by Elsie — and a surprise for Carson!
Super cute book, Canada Rocks!
Dog Night at the Story- Zoo
Written by Dan Bar-el
More geared towards adults. It is cute, especially if you like stand up comedy .
It’s Open Mic Night at the Story Zoo and the dogs are up to tell their tales in this hilarious graphic novel for young readers.
At the Story Zoo, you get to tell any story you want in front of the live audience, as long as it’s about you. And tonight is dog night. So sit back, relax, and let these dogs tell their tales. We’ve got some hilarious but quite touching stories from dogs of all kinds, including a bulldog who doesn’t wanted to be judged by his looks; a bloodhound who loses her power of scent and turns to a dog called Surelick Holmes for help; an energetic poodle who saves the day with her yapping; and a stray who takes fetching to a whole new level.
These stories will make you laugh, make you cry and maybe even make you howl at the moon. Whether you’re looking for smart, funny, sweet, sharp, silly or just plain fuzzy, The Story Zoo is going to be your new favorite haunt.
Super Narwhal and Jelly Jolt
By Ben Clanton
That was the most super power super duper cute book. I love Narwhal and Jelly Jolt!! Excellent!! So freakin’ cute!!!
Happy-go-lucky Narwhal and no-nonsense Jelly find their inner superheroes in three new under-the-sea adventures. In the first story, Narwhal reveals his superhero alter-ego and enlists Jelly to help him figure out what his superpower is. Next, Narwhal uses his superpower to help a friend find his way back home. In the third story, Jelly is feeling blue and Narwhal comes to the rescue. Ben Clanton showcases the joys of friendship and the power of believing in yourself and others through this irresistible duo.
A Pattern for Pepper
By Julie Kraulis
I am a fan of fabrics, and of fabric patterns!!! This is a super cute book! I like this one a lot!!
Pepper is getting a dress made for a special occasion. It’s the first dress that has ever been made just for her, and she wants it to be perfect. But what pattern is right for her? Pepper is particular, and nothing works at first. Dotted Swiss? Too plain. Houndstooth? Not enough color. Pinstripe? Too glum. As Pepper learns about each fabric, she finds a reason why it’s just not the one. Will Pepper ever be able to find the perfect pattern?
Julie Kraulis takes readers on a journey through gorgeous patterns and their origins–from the mountains of Switzerland to the green grass of Scotland–in search of Pepper’s ideal pattern. The incredible illustrations make for a dress, a character and a book that are impossible to forget.
Harry and Clare’s Amazing Staycation By
Harry and Clare are stuck at home for their spring break. No exotic locations, no plane trips, no exciting plans. So they make their own fun: the living room becomes Mars, the diving board at the pool becomes a pirate’s plank and the local playground where the man-eating octopus lives. The trouble is, older sister Clare is the one making all the rules, and that means deciding on the game AND eating all the food. But Harry has a plan to turn the tables… if he can just keep his snacks out of the Abominable Snowman’s clutches!
Cute Story!! I like the way that create things to do. Sometimes it is best to stay home and enjoy yourself!
Count Your Chickens
by Jo Ellen Bogart and Lori Joy Smith
Fans of Richard Scary will be in for a treat with this excellent counting book. I love these kinds of books best because of the hours you spend with your kids.
Chickens, chickens everywhere — going to the county fair! Follow a family of chickens as they prepare for their big outing. You’ll see chickens wondering what to wear, baking pies, painting their toes and knitting socks. A stroll through town reveals that everyone else is excited for the festivities too. There are so many sights to see! Over there we see racers sprinting to the finish line. Over here, farmers showing off their best crops. Clowns, entertainers and musicians take the stage. And don’t forget the rides: the Ferris wheel, super slide and merry-go-round. Grab some cotton candy and popcorn, because this very silly book will entertain and challenge young readers with searching and counting elements.
Little Blue Chair
by Cary Fagan
I especially liked this book. I loved the way the chair went from person to person all over the world. It was really cute. I would be happy to purchase this one for any kid I know. Including myself!
A sweet, whimsical tale that chronicles the journey of a chair as it changes hands and uses. Perfect for fans of The Good Little Book, Something for Nothing and Virginia Lee Burton’s The Little House.
Boo’s favorite chair is little and blue. He sits in it, reads in it and makes a tent around it…until the day he grows too big for it. His mother puts the little blue chair out on the lawn where a truck driver picks it up. The truck driver sells it to a lady in a junk store where it sits for many years until it’s sold and put to use as a plant stand. In the years that follow, the little blue chair is used in many other ways — on an elephant ride, in a contest, on a Ferris wheel, in a tree…until the day it flies away, borne aloft by balloons, and lands in a garden of daffodils where a familiar face finds it.
A charming, beautifully illustrated read-aloud that follows the adventures of a little chair, beginning as the seat of a small child who loves books and circling back to that child’s child many years (and bottoms) later.
It’s Great Being a Dad
By Dan Bar-el
Cute and Silly. I enjoyed this book very much. I recommend it also as a read along, and read aloud title.
A celebration of the best kind of dad: the kind that’s willing to join in the fun.
A gang of mythical creatures is roaming around a magical land having a great time, until Bigfoot gets his foot stuck in a tree trunk and Unicorn gets her horn impaled on a table and Robot’s saw-arm gets rusted into position. But have no fear! Dad is there to fix things–even when a Sneaky Flying Alligator Pirate steals the Fairy Queen Ballerina Doctor’s wand.
A hilarious story about imagination, play and the best parts about being a dad.
Wolfie & Fly
By Cary Fagan
I do love Cary Fagan’s writing, and this title is just as enjoyable.
A classic story of imagination, friendship, adventure and speeding through the ocean in a cardboard box. For fans of Ivy & Bean, Judy Moody or Nate the Great.
Wolfie and Fly is an early chapter book at its simplest and best. Our heroine, Renata Wolfman (Wolfie) does everything by herself. Friends just get in the way, and she only has time for facts and reading. But friendship finds her in the form of Livingston Flott (Fly), the slightly weird and wordy boy from next door. Before she knows it, Wolfie is motoring through deep water with Fly as her second in command in a submarine made from a cardboard box.
Out on a solo swim to retrieve a baseball vital to the mission, Wolfie is finally by herself again, but for the first time, she finds it a little lonely. Maybe there is something to this friend thing…
By Marthe Jocelyn
Marthe Jocelyn is back with another clever concept book to follow Hannah’s Collections, Ones and Twos and Where Do You Look? This time, she tackles counting and categories.
Sam’s things are in a heap. Time to tidy up! He starts to organize his things, but quickly runs into trouble. He can make a pile of black and white things. But the penguin also belongs in the things with wings pile. He can make a pile of rocks. But the round rock also belongs in the round things pile. How will he ever sort his 100 things? Marthe Jocelyn takes a fun look at categories and counting in this very cleverly conceived story. Kids will delight in the cut-paper images of everything from a zipper pull to a robot, and Sam’s surprising solution makes for a tidy end to this unique story.
Jay Versus The Saxophone Of Doom
By Kara Kootstra
This book tackles the illusive ever scary sixth grade, bullying, and bickering. It is a very good read.
Who knew grade six music could be so scary? For kids who love The Diary of a Wimpy Kid and The Dork Diaries comes a hilarious new entry into funny middle-grade novels.
Jay Roberts loves hockey. He’s good at it. He also loves his hockey hero, Bobby Orr, considered a legend by Jay’s grandfather. In fact, even though they may bicker, when it comes to the Bruins, the whole family agrees that they are the team to root for.
When it comes to hockey, Jay’s a team player, but there’s one person who seems determined to make life hard for Jay: his classmate and fellow team member, Mick Bartlet. It’s a good thing Jay can usually stickhandle his way out of his bullying. But something else is determined to make Jay’s life difficult, something far harder for Jay to play: the saxophone.
Sixth grade just became a whole lot more challenging …
by Susie Jaramillo
I truly love any book that teaches as well as tells.
Learn English and Spanish in this 2nd book in Canticos’ highly praise bilingual nursery rhyme series of sing-a-long, interactive and, in this book, counting fun! Little Elephants
is based on a traditional Mexican counting song and is one of the oldest (and best!) methods of putting a child to sleep. Children can easily learn the verses which describe how a number of elephants come to be balancing on a spider web thanks to the repetitive pattern of the nursery rhyme. Each spread depicts a brightly colored numeral describing the number of elephants making Elefantitos/Little Elephants
ideal for helping little ones learn colors and counting to five.
With a unique reversible accordion and interactive design, the traditional Latin American counting song is presented with one side of the book in its native Spanish and a rhyming English language translation on the other. Children can read it straight through in traditional book format — pulling the tabs and making the elephants heads sway to the rhythm of the verse — or stand it up and surround themselves with the story.
by Sherilyn Connelly
You knew it would be here eventually!!!
Beloved by young girls around the world, Hasbro’s My Little Pony franchise has been mired in controversy since its debut in the early 1980s. Critics dismissed the cartoons as toy advertisements, and derided their embrace of femininity. The 2010 debut of the openly feminist My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic renewed the backlash, as its broad appeal challenged entrenched notions about gendered entertainment.
This first comprehensive study of My Little Pony explores the history and cultural significance of the franchise through Season 5 of Friendship Is Magic and the first three Equestria Girls films. The brand has continued to be on the receiving end of a sexist double standard regarding commercialism in children’s entertainment, while masculine cartoons such as the Transformers have been spared similar criticism.
P.S. Even my neighbor’s 18 year old son loves My Little Pony and it’s Messages.
The Wild Swans
By Hans Christian Andersen
A princess has eleven brothers. The twelve siblings live happily and well, until their father decides to remarry. Their new stepmother is a wicked woman, and she turns all the brothers into swans and banishes the princess from the palace. And so it is left to Elisa to endure countless hardships alone in order to save her beloved brothers from the spell.
This edition also contains a new translation of Hans Christian Andersen’s beloved story The Nightingale, a story about a Chinese emperor who prefers the song of a mechanical nightingale to that of the real bird. When he falls ill, it is the nightingale who saves him. The story has been adapted for stage, opera, muscial theatre and television many times.
I Want That Love
This one was a little rough for me, i got the message, and it was appealing, but it was not a book that I enjoyed. It seemed like the message of love overpowers strength, is fine, but I don’t like things pushed down my throat. Maybe children do.
Convinced that strength is best, a Tyrannosaurus stalks through his prehistoric world, terrorizing the smaller animals. But even the strongest dinosaurs get old; one day, weak and wounded, the Tyrannosaurus meets a baby Triceratops who, along with his little friends, shows kindness like the Tyrannosaurus has never experienced before. Instead of feasting on the little Triceratops, the Tyrannosaurus comes to understand that love is more powerful than violence. He does something heroic and truly powerful, and in the process, shows us all that what is really precious and important isn’t strength; it’s love.
A Note From the Publisher
It is the third book in Tatsuya Miyanishi’s Tyrannosaurus series of 13 titles that have sold more than 3 million copies in Japan, China, Korea, Taiwan and France. “The theme of the Tyrannosaurus series is love. There aren’t as many important things for us as to more often say such beautiful words as ‘I love you.’ The love I write about is something very natural. Here, it’s all about showing that love is far more important that power. I hope you agree!” —Tatsuya Miyanishi
Gracie Meets a Ghost
By Keiko Sena
I recommend this cute little story full of suspense and heartwarming humor.
Gracie wears glasses because she can’t see very well without them. One night she realizes that she left her glasses on the mountain where she was playing, so she goes straight out to find them. But without her glasses everything looks fuzzy. When she sees a big white object, she can’t tell what it is. Could it be a balloon? A sheet? It’s actually a ghost who is determined to frighten her—but the only way he can do that is to make sure she can see him! Gracie thinks it’s a very kind, helpful person who helps her look for her glasses . . . but what will happen when he finds them?
A Note From the Publisher
Keiko Sena was born in Tokyo in 1932. She is a book designer and the creator of many picture books and kamishibai (picture-panel stories). Her books have been read by generations in Japan and are considered classics. They have been translated into many different languages, including Chinese, French, and English. She has received the prestigious Sankei Children’s Book Award.
“My son was the inspiration for Gracie,” says author/artist Keiko Sena. “When he was in elementary school, his teacher recommended that he get his eyes checked and he needed glasses. Since there were only a small number of students wearing them, I wanted to cheer him up by writing a story about how wearing glasses was fun. That was 40 years ago and he’s now a university professor proudly sporting his glasses.”
Such a cute story!
Dalmatian in a Digger
By Rebecca Elliott
Dugger! Dugger! Dugger! What’s that noise? It’s the booming sound of big construction vehicles, and Little Dalmatian is determined to find out what they are building in this energetic picture book from Rebecca Elliott.
About the Author: Rebecca Elliott has written and illustrated more than 20 books and solely illustrated more than 200 books since she began her career in 2002. Her most popular books include The Owl Diaries series, The Last Tiger, Mr. Super Poopy Pants, Sometimes, and Just Because. Rebecca’s work has received several awards and much press attention. Rebecca resides in Suffolk in the UK with her husband, children, and cat.
You Belong To Me
By Mamoru Suzuki
You Belong to Me
is a heartwarming story of the unconditional love that parents (both human as well as parents from the animal kingdom) have for their children. The simple text of love, caring and protection is accompanied by adorable illustrations of animals and dinosaurs that hug, help, and protect a human child. The comforting text is perfect for a soothing bedtime story:
I love you so much.
I care about you the most in the world.
I’m with you in the morning, in the afternoon, and in the evening.
I’ll protect you all the time.
I’ll go anywhere with you.
And so on.
The repetition of the sweet, reassuring messages will calm your child as you lull them to sleep, and will leave a smile on your face and warm your heart as well.
This beautiful book is a perfect gift for parents with a newborn baby.
A Note From the Publisher
About the Author: Born in 1952, Mamoru Takahashi’s first published work as a picture-book artist was Boku no okina ki (My Big Tree), with a story by Masao Tsurumi in 1980. After moving to the Izu Peninsula in 1986, he became fascinated by the various forms of birds’ nests, and began studying and collecting them. He has published many picture books and articles relating to nests. In 2006 he received the Kodansha Award for Picture Books for Boku no tori no su enikki (My Illustrated Diary of Birds’ Nests).
I agree, a perfect gift for parents with a newborn. I just love the way this book is written.
Lila and the Crow
by Gabrielle Grimard
This one was kind of crazy, but I did like the way that Lila overcame her feelings of sadness by embracing this very thing that her classmates bullied her about. Of course it also goes along with the adversity that again, is being pushed down the throats of our kids. But Kindness rules. I have always felt that way.
Lila has just moved to a new town and can’t wait to make friends at school. But on the first day, a boy points at her and shouts: “A crow! A crow! The new girl’s hair is black like a crow!” The others whisper and laugh, and Lila’s heart grows as heavy as a stone.
The next day, Lila covers her hair. But this time, the boy points at her dark skin. When she covers her face, he mocks her dark eyes. Now every day at school, Lila hides under her turtleneck, dark glasses, and hat. And every day when she goes home, she sees a crow who seems to want to tell her something. Lila ignores the bird and even throws rocks at it, but it won’t go away.
Meanwhile, the great autumn festival is approaching. While the other kids prepare their costumes, Lila is sadder and lonelier than ever. At her lowest point of despair, a magical encounter with the crow opens Lila’s eyes to the beauty of being different, and gives her the courage to proudly embrace her true self.
Warren The 13th ~ The All Seeing Eye
By Tania del Rio
You need this book. It is excellent.
Meet Warren the 13th, a cursed 12-year-old Victorian bellhop who’s terribly unlucky . . . yet perpetually optimistic, hard-working, and curious. Orphan Warren’s pride and joy is his family’s hotel, but he’s been miserable ever since his evil Aunt Anaconda took over the management. Anaconda believes a mysterious treasure known as the All-Seeing Eye is hidden somewhere on the grounds, and she’ll do anything to find it. If Warren wants to preserve his family’s legacy, he’ll need to find the treasure first—if the hotel’s many strange and wacky guests don’t beat him to it! This middle-grade adventure features gorgeous two-color illustrations on every page and a lavish two-column Victorian design that will pull young readers into a spooky and delightful mystery.
Max at Night
By Ed Vere
I am such a huge fan of this story! What a great way to cap off this page! Bedtime stories are the very best, and this one will be read over and over again.
Max is done being brave, and now it’s time to sleep—all he has to do is say good night. But something’s wrong! When Max goes to say good night to the moon, it’s nowhere to be found. Unable to sleep without finishing his nighttime ritual, Max embarks on a journey to find the moon and wish it a good night.
With the same lovable character and bright, graphic illustrations as the New York Times bestseller, Max the Brave, Max at Night is sure to delight young readers and adults alike.
So , That is it, People , It has taken me days to prepare this post, as my internet has become scattered the closer we come to Christmas. Yes, I did say Christmas! I think it may be the amount of users that go on at the same time that messes everything up, or maybe it is my sons PS4. I love to blame the PS4, but, can I really? Some of these books I liked more than others, but I did enjoy reading them and giving my thoughts.
I received these books in exchange for an honest review, Thank you Netgalley! And If you have not checked out Netgalley, do so. It is really a great place to read!