Children’s books reviews : Stories for 3-7 yr old kids
children's book reviews of stories for 3-7 yrs old kids. Check out which one my kid loved-
5 Reasons Why I Love Rule of Wolves as much as Six of Crows – Review and Discussion
Rule of Wolves is thrilling, action-packed, and spectacular YA Fantasy, a final book in Grishaverse that shows what true book hangover is. Here are my 5 Reasons Why I Love Rule of Wolves…
King of Scars (King of Scars #1) by Leigh Bardugo
King of Scars is intense, emotive, and spectacularly written YA fantasy. I buddy read this with Toni and we both enjoyed this as we are forever fan of this world and characters.
Mahagatha – 100 Tales from the Puranas by Satyarth Nayak
Mahagatha is an amazing, well-written, and illustrated compilation of 100 tales from Puranas that helps understanding Hindu mythology and culture better.
Vampiric Vacation by Kiersten White – gothic middle-grade mystery
Vampiric Vacation is fun, unusual, and gothic middle-grade mystery with lovely main characters and interesting mystery that I recommend to middle-grade readers.
Wretched Waterpark by Kiersten White – gothic middle grade mystery
Wretched Waterpark is fun, entertaining, and strange but interesting gothic middle grade mystery with amazing water park setting.
The Sunbearer Trials (The Sunbearer Duology #1) by Aiden Thomas – fantasy with Mexican-inspired mythology
The Sunbearer Trials is gripping, adventurous, action-packed, and excellent diverse YA fantasy with Mexican-inspired mythology.
5 Reasons to read Legendborn by Tracy Deonn
Legendborn is a fantastic, gripping, action-packed and complex YA Fantasy with amazing world and characters. Here are 5 Reasons to read Legendborn.
Pet That Cat!: A Handbook for Making Feline Friends by Nigel Kidd – children’s non-fiction about cats
Pet That Cat! is fun, informative, and well-written children’s non-fiction about cats with adorable illustrations. Disclaimer – Many thanks to PRH International for free review copy.This post contains affiliate links. Synopsis A fun…
The Spice Master at Bistro Exotique by Samantha Verant – contemporary foodie romance
The Spice Master at Bistro Exotique is lovely, entertaining, and heartwarming contemporary foodie romance with hate to love trope. Disclaimer – Many thanks to publisher for eARC via NetGalley.This post contains affiliate links.…