By Nora Carpenter
illustrated by Mark Chambers
I received a review copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a review. The book comes out next week.
This book is about a frog who wakes up and does yoga. This book shows how to do some yoga poses. It is really fun to do the poses on your own.
I liked this book because each page has a different pose and it gives you instructions so you can do it too.
I recommend this book to kids who get angry a lot.
I give this 15 yoga stars🧘♀️🧘♀️🧘♀️🧘♀️
Written by Deborah Underwood
Illustrated by Ned Young
This book is about a dinosaur who is a superhero and has an egg in his house. The dinosaur’s name is Arnold. Arnold is thinking about how he would fight the creature inside the Egg Of Doom (he does not think that there is a baby dinosaur)
(btw autocorrect wanted to make this baby dinner. Not sure if that is funny or not).
I like this book because it shows the baby instantly BFFs with Arnold ( baby dino is not named Dinner but is named Goo)
I recommend this book to kids who like dinosaurs. I also recommend this book to kids that are going to get a sibling.
I give this book 14 Sibling Stars 👧🏼👧🏽👦🏽👦🏼
Nite: Deborah shared a F&G copy of this book with us.Thanks!
By Jose Domingo
This book is about a boy and a girl named Pablo (the boy) and Jane (the girl) who go to the old house on top of the hill and a mouse leads them in to a secret lab and he introduced himself as Dr. Jules and just before he introduces himself a cat named Dr. Felinibus Brakes the machine and Jane Pablo and Dr. Jules go into the monster dimension and land in Lopsided London. Oops I gave away to much information!
I like this book because it is kinda like a Where’s Waldo in some pages where you have to find the right parts of the machine!
I recommend this book to anyone who loves Where’s Waldo and books like that!
I give this book 15 detective stars 🕵🏼♀️🕵🏼♀️🕵🏾♂️
Written by K.B. Brege
Illustrated by D. Brege
I met the author and illustrator of the Mick Morris Myth Series at Motor City Comic Con. They gave me a copy of the first book in the series to read. Thank you!
This book is about a boy named Mick, his cousin Sissy ( Cecelia) and his friend Nathan solving the myth about Roswell, Mexico and Area 51 alien sighting, alien technology, and alien ships crash landings! It starts when Mick, Sissy, and Mick’s parents who film a show about solving myths go to Roswell, Mexico and the satellite dish on top of the RV starts spinning like crazy and the Myth mobile ( the RV) goes out of control but that doesn’t mean anything.
The interesting thing about this book is there are multiple ways to read it. It is like a choose your own adventure for the finish so each time you read it, it will be different.
I liked that are multiple ways to finish this book. I also liked that are aliens in this book that look and act real. I hope aliens are real. It was a quick read for a Rainy Saturday.
I recommend it to kids my age. I think I will read some of the others in the series.
By Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow
Illustrations by Ebony Glenn
This book is about a girl who likes to imagine herself when she is in her mom’s khimar. She imagines herself as a princess with a yellow train.
I like this book because the girl is a Muslim but her grandmother is not Muslim. I also like this book because the girl is in using her imagination in a cool way to use your imagination!
recommend this book to kids that like to dress up in their parents clothes and imagine themselves as things they like.
I give this book 15 dress up stars👓👚👖👢
Review by Milo, This American Kid
This is the fourth book by Nancy Churnin. I was able to go to the book release party where Nancy read the book and told us how she wrote the story.
Irving Berlin was a famous American song writer, Nancy said that he wrote over 1,500 songs. This book is about his life and him writing the song “God Bless America.” Irving Berlin moved to New York City from Russia, when he was young.
I liked how he experienced many different types of music in his. My favorite part in the book was when he was playing music on the street and people threw him coins.
I really liked this book (and Nancy’s other books) because I like true stories and I like history. I never knew about who Irving Berlin was before I read this book.
I give it 5 stars.
I recommend it to anyone who likes history, America, music, or non-fiction.
By Robb Pearlman
Illustrated by Eda Kaban
I was asked to review this book by the publisher. They shared a copy with me to write this review.
This book is about that all the colors are for everyone. It gives examples like yellow is for boys. And girls. And a crown to wear. Or Red is for boys. And girls. And cars racing along the track.
I like this book because the characters are very diverse and some were disabled! That means that anyone could find their selves in this book!!! I also like that it shows that there are no such thing as boy colors or girl colors.
I recommend this book to kids who think there are a such thing as boy and girl colors.
I give this book 25 color stars🌈🌟