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November was a busy month for holidays. I would like to say Thank you to all the Publishers and authors that send me books for November. They are all over the place for this past month. They are all review books. Some were sent as gifts and other were review books. I requested some. They seem like new releases and others. Here are the books I received from several different publishers.Thank you to some authors as well. All are review books. Two are were on the review Crew. I want to say Thank you all. 📕Callie by Bill Thompson 📕Billy Whistler by Bill Thompson 📕Forgotten Men by Bill Thompson 📕The Nursery by Bill Thompson 📕The Experiment by Bill Thompson 📕Die Again by Bill Thompson 📕What Bug Am I? by Skye Wade (Review) 📕Sex and Sexuality of Stuart Britain by Andrea Zuvich 📕The Nonconformist Revolution by Amanda J. Thomas All are on my radar to read. I hope to read these books soon. This is my Book haul for this month. #bookblogger #bookhaul #novemberbookhaul2020 #series #17thcentury #historicalfiction #paranormal #horror #bookreviewer #reviewer #bibliophile

Book Haul: #5 (November 2020)

I would like to say Thank you to all the Publishers and authors that send me books for November. Some were send as gifts and other were review books. Thank you to some authors as well. Two are were on the review Crew.

This book I started yesterday. The Haughty List is ssf something that I call a Classic. It also seem to fall under YA. So far it has me wanting more. Though I am only at the beginning. Looking for a book that brings Christmas Magic to life. #bookreviewer #bookblogger #christmas #Christmasmagic #NaughtyorNice #holiday #youngadult

Monthly Wrap up: November 2020

November came in with little change but is leaving with a mess of Covid everwehre. November came in with little change but is leaving with a mess of Covid everwehre. by Skye Wade I have read a total of 560 Pages, for the month of November. Check my sidebar on my blog under "".My books really fell in 3 different genres for this month.

Book Review: What Bug am I? is a well-written book. It uniquely teaches STEM. It combines nonfiction and fiction. It is a cute and funny book. You learn about many different bugs while trying to find out what this new bug is trying to find out. You get some real facts about different bugs throughout the book. Those you get a funny story about the bug looking for someone like him. It's like he just does not know who he is. Children will learn all about the different bugs. This is a neat idea and a clever way to teach children. The pictures are well done and enjoyable. I was somewhat creeped out about the real pictures of some of the bugs. But not creeped out where I closed the book, the look of them had me wanting to turn the page. It is really good for all kinds of children that can learn about bugs and other things. If you are what STEM means well I will put the explanation in for you below. STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering, and mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach. Parents will want this for their children if you like bugs or some teachable moment about nature. We get to learn about nature and the different bugs we have in our backyard and house. These kinds of books are enjoyable for young readers and school-age children. I love children's books and sometimes learning about the different bugs or learning something new about bugs I knew about them. Rating:🌕🌕🌕🌕🌕 Link: http://bit.ly/3ldSLCm #bookreviewer #bookblogger #bookreview #childrensbooks #bibliophile #bookish #nature #STEM #bugs #bugfacts

Book Spotlight: OLIVER THE ORNAMENT by Todd M. Zimmerman

Oliver the Ornament Boxed Gift Set by Todd M. Zimmerman : Children's Fiction (Ages 3-7), 54 pages : Children's Picture Book : Oliver the Ornament 'December 22, 2018 : " connect with the author: website ~ twitter ~ facebook ~ instagram ~ goodreads Todd Zimmerman, the creator and author of the “Oliver the Ornament” series, is on a mission to spread kindness and anti-bullying messages within his charming stories. The first story in the series focuses on a little ornament who faces challenges, but is able to overcome all odds to save the day. Starting with 5% from the first book, 10% from the second book, and increasing to 100% of the seventh book, Oliver the Ornament is committed to making a difference in children’s lives throughout the world.

OLIVER THE ORNAMENT by Todd M. Zimmerman Oliver the Ornament is a heartwarming tale of one family's cherished Christmas ornaments. The story centers on Oliver, who has been with this family since Mom and Dad's very first date. Years later, Oliver, now injured and bullied, still has the magic of Christmas in his heart. "The story follows Oliver's excitement for Christmas, his heartbreak, and his determination to overcome all odds to save the day. Oliver, along with his friends, will warm your heart with his kindness, humility, and love for his family and friends. We hope the story will bring families together to tell the stories of their own ornaments and the special meaning that so many of them possess. Because after all, "Every Ornament Tells a Story." Giveaway: Autographed copy of OLIVER THE ORNAMENT (USA only) (1 winner) (ends Dec 28) Link: https://bit.ly/BSORO Video Link: https://youtu.be/7a0Zyl4lECY #bookstagram #bookish #authorsofinstagram #santa #childrensbooks #christmasgifts #christmastree #holiday #santaclaus #book #christmastime #booklover #bookstagrammer #reading #kidsbooks #bibliophile #santaclause #vintagechristmas #booksforkids #christmasstory #childrensbook #books #childrensbookauthor #bookworm #natale #picturebooks #kidsbookswelove #kidslit #kidsbookstagram #like

Book Review: What Bug Am I? by Skye Wade

This funny bug-story offers interesting and kid-friendly facts about insects’ diverse features and their unique ways of life. It positively shows insects, indicates their role in nature and benefits to humans, and demonstrates how to purge young readers’ fears associated with them. You learn about many different bugs while to find out what this new bug is trying to find out what he is. I love children's books and sometimes learning about the different bugs or learning something new about bugs I knew about them.

Here my laest book mail to arrive. Just a better look at these two books. Thanks to @smithpublicity for theses. #17thcentury #sexeducation #adultbooks #reviewer #bibliophile #bookreviewer #bookmail #stuartbritain #thenoncomformist

Book Review: This book is about two sisters though one seems to be doing something quite fishy. That fishiness seems to come out when a brother comes to town looking for his missing brother. We have Belle Gunness who seems to cry a lot or seem to be mean. Why does the town seem to pick on a guy named Ray? Ingrid seems a bit naive about what her sister is doing but she loves her sister and children. Is her sister Belle a murder or looking for easy money? The town seems to think nothing of it when men go missing or think they just leave suddenly. We do see that Ingrid and Nils seem to connect after meeting each other. They seem to take their time getting to know each other and courting. The plot of this story is deep and detailed. The story is done well. It just seems like found out who the killer is quite quickly. It just seems that Nils had to convince Ingrid and the town sheriff or the real killer and not the one they keep pulling in to question. There are some surprises when it is all revealed and solved. Though there is still a twist at the end as well. There seems to be a mystery and lots of crimes. This is good in the sense that it tells some history of American crime and historical fiction and crime. It is a true crime. I rate this 4.5 Moons (stars). Rating:🌕🌕🌕🌕🌗 Link: https://bit.ly/35XJ6va #bookreviewer #bookblogger #bookreview #crimefan #truecolors #netgalley #netgalleyshelf #truecrime #historicalfiction #history #americancrimes

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