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Book Review: Skunks (Little Pebble)

Skunks (Little Pebble), by Mari Schuh This is a particularly adorable book. To be sure, it is not a complicated read, by any means, but it is the sort of book that is designed to tell children in very simple … Continue reading

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Book Review: Penguins (Seedlings)

Penguins (Seedlings), by Kate Riggs It is always entertaining, at least for me, to read books that are clearly geared to people who are almost four decades younger than I am, and this book is clearly an example of that. … Continue reading

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Book Review: My First Bilingual Book: Feelings / Serbonzinho

My First Bilingual Book: Feelings / Serbonzinho, by Milet Publishing Feelings are not simple matters in any language. A book that, as this book does, attempts to describe feelings honestly and sympathetically while doing justice to how they are to … Continue reading

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Book Review: My First Bilingual Book: A Day / Um Dia

My First Bilingual Book: A Day / Um Dia, by Milet Publishing It is fascinating to read this book because the intense simplicity of what is said tends to make all the more obvious the assumptions that are being made … Continue reading

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Book Review: Being Good / Serbonzinho

Being Good / Serbonizho, by Hakan San Borteçin This book is a very short one, indeed, it is a picture book aimed at toddlers in encouraging them to be proficient in both English and Portuguese.  Admittedly, the subject is not … Continue reading

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Book Review: Oregon (MyReportLinks.com)

Oregon (My ReportLinks.com), by Ron Knapp There is something almost endearing about this book and the primitive way it seeks to incorporate the web in its designs. The book makes what it thinks to be an audacious claim about promising … Continue reading

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Book Review: Oregon (The United States)

Oregon (The United States), by Julie Murray What is it that people thought about Oregon fifteen years ago or so, and that they wanted to convey to others? This is the sort of question that this book answers in an … Continue reading

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Book Review: Pregnant And Praying

Pregnant And Praying, by Elaine Tomski [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Adams PR Group in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.] As a single and childless man, this is the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Anna Carries Water

Anna Carries Water, by Olive Senior, with illustrations by Laura James It is unclear exactly what nation inspired this particular book but since the author is of Jamaican heritage and the illustrator is an Antiguan (both of which are lovely … Continue reading

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Book Review: A High Wind In Jamaica

A High Wind In Jamaica, by Richard Hughes This book is marketed as a story with no sympathetic point of view, but it’s not hard to see the complexity that is involved in the author’s perspective when it comes to … Continue reading

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