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Authors: Robin Nieto and Logan Nieto
Illustrator: Ellie Lieberman

Duke, the master of his house, wakes to find an intruder to his domain. Daisy, a new pup, just arrived and will now, much to Daisy’s surprise, share Duke’s house with him. How will Duke handle this new challenge? Well, you’re just going to have to read Daisy Comes Home, a new book in a series of books called The Adventures Of Duke And Daisy.


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Author: Brandon Janosky
Illustrator: Jessica Warrick

The book is about a dad whose daughter helps him train for the triathlon, a sport that is three sports in one: running, biking, and swimming. This is a really nice story with great illustrations. An important lesson in the story is to never give up.




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I was given a copy of this book to review.


Author and illustrator: Kashvi Silswal

Some people spend their entire lives with the hope of someday writing a book and never seem to get around to it. Well, for Kashvi Silswal her time came at the age of ten.

A Dog’s Tail is both original and fun to read; that’s because it was so well written and so very funny. The entire book takes you through the life of Matchi. OK, not his entire life; more like a month or two. But you’ll get a pretty good understanding of how tough a dog’s life really is. It turns out Matchi is a pretty funny dog. I enjoyed learning how Matchi views the world and everyone he interacts with.

I hope Kashvi Silswal keeps writing because she has a lot of talent.


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Author: K. Meador
Illustrator: Ara Grace Banks

This is a story about a princess, a dragon….no, two dragons, a grandfather, his granddaughter, a town in a fairytale land, a dog named Zoey, and lots and lots of apples. But most of all, it’s a story about learning the importance of sharing. Follow Alexia as she goes on an adventure to find the dragon and along the way, learn the lesson of the importance of sharing.