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MMGM for 11/27/17

  The LINKS for November 27, 2017 (Click on a star to take you to their site) I’m still stuffed from four days of eating too much, but I found time to post this review. Below are my thoughts on … Continue reading

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MMGM LINKS—11/20/17

MMGM LINKS for November 20, 2017 (Click on a star to take you to their site) Sue Kooky from Kitty Cat at the Library returns with a review of Nightfall by Shannon Messenger. Dorine White is back with a Picture … Continue reading

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BOBBY LEE CLAREMONT AND THE CRIMINAL ELEMENT

It’s Marvelous Middle Grade Monday! Take a journey back in time with Bobby Lee as he flees his orphanage in 1923 New Orleans and boards a train to Chicago. His goal—a new life as a criminal. A full blown murder … Continue reading

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INTO THE SHADOWLANDS—Book 2 in the Monster or Die Series

Last year I interviewed the author, Cynthia Reeg, and reviewed the first book in the series, FROM THE GRAVE. It’s all here if you need to catch up. The story continues with some very uneasy monsters, at odds with their … Continue reading

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TOTO—THE DOG-GONE AMAZING STORY OF THE WIZARD OF OZ

I still remember the first time I saw the movie huddled around the television with my sisters and Mom…a bowl of popcorn within reach. It was mesmerizing to watch the tale unfold. L. Frank Baum wrote 14 books in the … Continue reading

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An Avalanche of Books

I’d like to read and review every MG book that comes along, but with over 300 titles released each year I have to wave the white flag. I will read around 130 MG books in 2017, leaving many more on … Continue reading

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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN’S WISE WORDS

I couldn’t think of a better way to wrap up this patriotic week than to feature this new title from NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS. In today’s world of political infighting and rhetoric not only should our future leaders read this book … Continue reading

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