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BOOK REVIEW - Sam Says: You Are Born to Shine by Sam Hirschmann

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    Join Us for This Tour from  Feb 19  to Mar 8 Book Details: Book Title :   Sam Says: You Are Born to Shine by Sam Hirschmann Category :   Children's Fiction (Ages 3-7) , 38 pages Genre :   Children's Picture Book Publisher :   Mascot Release date:    February 2024 Content Rating :  G.  Suitable for everyone. Book Description: Shine bright and don’t ever dim your light. These are the words Sam’s mom tells her every night. When Sam begins at a new school, her classmates make fun of her colorful clothes and vivacious dance moves. Not letting her inner light dim, Sam shows them that the joy you exude when you’re unapologetically yourself is contagious! In  Sam Says: You Are Born to Shine , readers learn the power of expressing their true selves. I received an advance review book for free and am leaving this review voluntarily. Thank you Sam Hirschmann   and  iRead Book Tours . I'm excited to be a part of this tour! Wow! What an incredible story! I love Sam and I love Sam’s m

BOOK REVIEW - Looking for a Leprechaun by Richard Lopez

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    Book Details: Book Title :   Looking for a Leprechaun   by   Richard Lopez Category :   Children's Fiction (Ages 3-7) , 30 pages Genre :   Children's Picture Book Publisher :   Three Little Birds Publishing Release date:      Apr 2023 Content Rating :  G.  Suitable for everyone. Book Description: Looking for a Leprechaun  is the story of a boy named Rich who lives in a magical world, but everywhere he turns he hears people saying he doesn't belong. When a fairy tells him if he finds a Leprechaun it will help him find where he belongs, Rich sets out on an adventure. The search for a leprechaun is difficult. Close to giving up, Rich hears some words of wisdom. Will he be able to find what he is searching for? What if it's been inside him all along? Young children and their parents will be amazed by the positive story and exquisite illustrations of this Mom's Choice Awards Gold recipient. Looking for a Leprechaun has been named among the best in family-friendly med

BOOK REVIEW - One Wrong Move by Dani Pettrey

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  One Wrong Move by Dani Pettrey February 2 - March 1, 2024 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: Taunting riddles. A deadly string of heists. Two broken hearts trapped in a killer's game. Christian O'Brady was pulled into a life of crime at a young age by his con artist parents. Now making amends for his corrupt past, he has become one of the country's foremost security experts. When a string of Southwestern art heists targets one of the galleries Christian secured, he is paired up with a gifted insurance investigator who has her own checkered past. Andi Forester was a brilliant FBI forensic analyst until one of her colleagues destroyed her career, blaming her for mishandling evidence. She now puts those skills to work investigating insurance fraud, and this latest high-stakes case will test her gift to the limit. Drawn deep into a dangerous game with an opponent bent on revenge, Christian and Andi are in a race against the clock to catch him, but the perpetrator&#

BOOK REVIEW - The Committee Will Kill You Now by JL Lycette

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  The Committee Will Kill You Now by JL Lycette January 22 - February 16, 2024 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: The gripping new book from the author of The Algorithm Will See You Now . Based on the true-life rationing of kidney dialysis in 1960s America, a medical intern in 1992 Seattle tries to leave his painful past behind, only to uncover a shocking truth of thirty years prior and the lasting, generational harm of hidden secrets… After a co-intern dies by suicide, a grieving Noah Meier commits an accidental error. In a desperate move to save his patient's life, he covertly seeks help from audacious surgical resident Marah Maddox, igniting a bond between them. When the hospital is suspiciously quick to sweep everything under the rug, Noah turns to his late father's journal for guidance and makes a chilling discovery, all while trying to stay out of the crosshairs of abusive Dr. Rankel, keen to make an example of Noah. Worse, Rankel clearly has it out for Marah a

BOOK REVIEW - Charlie Chaloosy is Often Quite Choosy by Brad Mason, Ed.D.

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    Book Details: Book Title :   Charlie Chaloosy is Often Quite Choosy   by   Brad Mason, Ed. D. Category :   Children's Fiction (Ages 3-7) , 32 pages Genre :   Children's Picture Book Publisher :   Yorkshire Publishing Release date:    January 2024 Content Rating :  G.  Suitable for everyone. Book Description: The Charlie Chaloosy book series kicks off with its inaugural offering,  Charlie Chaloosy is Often Quite Choosy . The first book focuses on Charlie's experiences as he learns lessons, gains new experiences, and grows up in a world that happens to rhyme. The story is told through the use of a playful rhyme scheme and enhanced with beautifully colored illustrations of Charlie tackling new adventures in whimsical detail. The book ends with Charlie providing two pages for the reader to become an author by writing their own story. I received an advance review book for free and am leaving this review voluntarily. Thank you Brad Mason, Ed.D.  and  iRead Book Tours . I'

BOOK REVIEW: Vivienne in Paris by Maria Castellucci Moore

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    Book Details: Book Title :   Vivienne in Paris   by   Maria Castellucci Moore Category :  Children's Fiction (ages 5 to 9), 38 pages Genre :  Children's Book Publisher :  Mascot Kids Release date:    May 2, 2023 Content Rating :  G.  Suitable for everyone. Book Description: Vivienne in Paris  follows a young Parisian girl on a journey through Paris to find what makes her tick. Join Vivienne as she discovers the sights, smells, tastes, and sounds of the city that make her feel alive. What better place to explore, observe, and delight in her senses than Paris? This book tells a story of mindfulness and insight into how the surrounding world can really move you. It unites curiosity, wonder, and marvel to enlighten, surprise, and tickle your deepest spirit. Sometimes it’s the smallest things that bring you the greatest joy. I received an advance review book for free and am leaving this review voluntarily. Thank you Maria Castellucci Moore   and  iRead Book Tours . I'm excit