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Random Read Reviews

Since finding English reading materials with reasonable prices in Bangladesh has posed a challenge to me as a mom,Β I tried to find a way to get free copies of books for my daughter. Thank God for leading me to NetGalley.

If you are a blogger like me, please go ahead andΒ soak yourself inΒ searching for a wide variety of genre of books (during your free time, of course πŸ™‚ ). Once a member, you’ll get free digital copies of the book you prefer. Make sure you appreciate authors by writing even a short review of their book. That way, you can help them sell their masterpieces. πŸ˜€

So here I am writing a quick review of the two new books I got for Joanna.

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1. But I Wanted a Little Sister by Pauline Oud

Reasons I would recommend this book include its attractive cover, its story line (I’m not giving it away. Please buy a copy. πŸ™‚ ) and theΒ moral lesson this book offers. I am pretty sure that preschoolers like my daughterΒ would ask their parents to read this to them more than once or twice. πŸ˜€

 

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2. I’m Just a Little Someone by Β Sharen S. Peters

This isn’t a simple colorful book. This has a section that surprised me. The said partΒ includes an enumeration of activities you can do with the book. I believe this copy is ideal for preschool teachers and homeschooling moms.

There you go–a quick review of two wonderful storybooks for your preschoolers.

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