Monday, July 25, 2016

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Too Much Glue Book Review

Too Much Glue is a fun and silly story that children, especially those who love to get messy, will enjoy. Too Much Glue can also be used as an effective mentor text for learning how to appropriately use school supplies!Too Much Glue

Jason Lefebvre (Author)
Zac Retz (Illustrator)
Flashlight Press
Children’s Fiction

Publication Date: September 1, 2013


Matty LOVES glue, and despite being warned that too much glue causes trouble and doesn't dry Matty still pursues his glue loving ways. When he finds the fullest bottle, the fun begins! And when Matty belly flops into a large puddle of glue, he gets stuck to his desk!

Too Much Glue is a fun and silly story that children, especially those who love to get messy, will enjoy. Too Much Glue can also be used as an effective mentor text for learning how to appropriately use school supplies!


If you’re interested in reading Too Much Glue, you can purchase a copy here on Amazon.


Friday, July 15, 2016

Eureka! 50 Scientists Who Shaped Human History Book Review

Eureka! 50 Scientists Who Shaped Human History: Students, especially science lovers, will enjoy Eureka! and it will also make a great nonfiction tie-in for science or language arts teachers looking to build background information and give context for some of the greatest discoveries in human history.Eureka! 50 Scientists Who Shaped Human History

John Grant
Zest Books
Young Adult, Non-Fiction

Publication Date: August 2, 2016


From Pythagoras to Galileo to Newton to Hawking, Eureka! dives into the stories of fifty scientists that shaped human history. While some names are to be expected (Darwin, Einstein, Hubble) but others you may have trouble naming their contributions to science off the top of your head.  Regardless of if you're familiar with the scientist or not, Grant's interesting stories and facts will keep you reading. Since the book is divided into fifty sections-one for each scientist-it is easy to pick up and put down, though I found myself reading large chunks at a time.

Students, especially science lovers, will enjoy Eureka! and it will also make a great nonfiction tie-in for science or language arts teachers looking to build background information and give context for some of the greatest discoveries in human history.

If you’re interested in reading Eureka!, you can purchase a copy here on Amazon




*A copy of this book was provided free of charge for an honest review.


Wednesday, July 13, 2016

What Color Is a Kiss Book Review

What Color Is a Kiss is a cheerful read that will make you smile and laugh with Monica as she tries to figure out what color a kiss should be.
What Color Is a Kiss?

Rocio Bonilla (Author, Illustrator)
Charlesbridge
Children’s Fiction

Publication Date: December 6, 2016


Monica likes to do a lot of things, but the thing she likes best is painting. She's painted a lot of things in her life, but when she wants to paint a kiss, she is stumped: What color is a kiss?

What Color Is a Kiss is a cheerful read that will make you smile and laugh with Monica as she tries to figure out what color a kiss should be.

If you’re interested in reading What Color Is a Kiss, you can purchase a copy here on Amazon




*A copy of this book was provided free of charge for an honest review.
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