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Review! Where the Watermelons Grow by Cindy Baldwin — This Kid Reviews Books

HAPPY THANKSGIVING to all my American friends! Also I get to announce that Amber won the Santa Bruce Prize Pack!! I will be emailing you to ask you where you would like your prize sent to. Now on to today’s review! Where the Watermelons Grow By Cindy Baldwin 256 pages – ages 9+ Published by…

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November 22, 2018 · 8:53 pm

Review! The Portal and the Veil by Ted Sanders — This Kid Reviews Books

The Portal and the Veil Series: The Keepers #3 By Ted Sanders 608 pages – ages 10+ Published by HarperCollins on June 26, 2018 Synopis from Publisher- “Horace F. Andrews and his friends are fighting the battle of their lives, a battle that will decide the fate of everyone and everything they love. As Wardens…

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November 14, 2018 · 6:02 pm

#Bookreview – My Vibrating Vertebrae and other poems by Agnes Mae Graham

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Agnes Mae Graham

What Amazon says

We all have dreams, loves and hopes; but what if you are a girl growing up in 20th century Northern Ireland before, during and after the ‘Troubles’?
From the poetic thoughts of our Mother, we get a sense of what it was like, ranging from humour, sadness, wistful thinking and sometimes just downright nonsensical, these are the words of one such girl.

My review

I have always loved to read poetry and I do favour well written rhyming poetry as I enjoy the way it flows and how the words roll off your tongue when they are spoken. In my opinion, poetry is meant to be read aloud with passion and expression.

My vibrating vertebrae and other poems is a collection of delightful, rhyming poems that fall into this category. The collection features poems about people discovering inner strength, courage and overcoming adversity as well as delighting…

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What’s In a Name by Sally Cronin

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What's in a name coverWhat’s in a name? Everything. As someone who has gone through the entire official argy-bargy to get my name legally changed, I appreciate the power behind the monikers we bear. Sally Cronin obviously shares this sensibility because this short story collection focuses on the unique power our names have to shape our lives.

Sometimes even a small change can be significant, as the first story, titled “Anne,” demonstrates so well. Just a small shift–to Annie–had great meaning to the woman who bore it. It shaped her entire sense of self, and went on to have meaning in her extended family as well.

Each tale has a given name as a significant factor. The names we bear become the basis of our own stories, as well as the foundation for the tales in this book.

Besides “Anne,” my favorites were “Celia,” “David,” and “George.” But give this book a read, and…

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June 12, 2017 · 9:34 am