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Want by Cindy Pon

Confession time: I have a seven page document with notes of books that I’ve read and want to write full reviews of. I’m trying to post more frequent, quick reviews to catch up. This was one of my eagerly anticipated … Continue reading

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The True Blue Scouts of Sugarman Swamp

This was the last of the Cybils Middle Grade Spec Fic finalists, which I’m just now getting around to reviewing. As a bonus, in the meantime, it was also named a National Book Award Finalist. The True Blue Scouts of … Continue reading

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Gorgeously Green

Gorgeously Green by Sophie Uliano Going green is increasingly fashionable, with books aimed at every possible demographic. This book is aimed at the shopping fashionista who isn’t sure that regular products are really all that bad and certainly isn’t going … Continue reading

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Noah’s Garden

wrote about this on her blog a while back. And then I was weeding in my 500s, and there it was, just waiting for me. I’d never even noticed it before. It falls in the dreaded number 508, the number … Continue reading

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The Apple-Pip Princess

The Apple-Pip Princess by Jane RayIn a kingdom long ago and far away, a king had three daughters. When the Queen died, the land turned brown and barren, and no one had enough to eat. Now, the king has given … Continue reading

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Green Babies, Sage Moms

Here’s one for Earth Day, a day early. I’m happy to say that things have changed for the better since I had Mr. Froggie Pants. When I was pregnant and reading about how to have a green baby, everything seemed … Continue reading

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Certified Tree Hugger

Green Living: The E Magazine Handbook for Living Lightly on the Earth by E Magazine I don’t normally include the post-colon parts of book titles here, but this one explains the book very well. I have it on loan from … Continue reading

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