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WorldsOkayestStepMom
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A stack of #LitsyLove going out! Keep an eye out, @Eggs @Deblovestoread @TieDyeDude @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @dabbe @KadaGul

Getting through the tagged book!

dabbe #woohoo! 🤩🤩🤩 15h
Eggs Yay🥰 15h
KadaGul @WorldsOkayestStepMom I'll be on the lookout 👀for your mail 💌 Thank You ☺️ 14h
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LibrarianRyan
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Pickpick

4 ⭐This is such a fun nonfiction series. I‘m glad they made a sequel and I look forward to book 3. One of the things I like most about these books is that it chooses animals that are not seen frequently. My biggest complaint, and this may be because I‘m reading a digital galley, the guess page and the answer page are side buy side. I hope it‘s not that way when it goes to print. Otherwise, I love these books.

Honeybeebooks This series makes me smile and I always learn something. 1d
Ruthiella If I were a bird, I‘d have been fooled!🐍 18h
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CatMS
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Just started for June bookclub and already it made me chuckle several times. Thank you Vicki for choosing.

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Robotswithpersonality
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Mehso-so

Oof. Whiplash from the tone shifts. That I thought this was a picture book by Dave Eggers, and it's actually a short novel that reads more like older middle grade, and the few images are actually famous landscapes that another artist has painted a dog into, is on me. 1/?

Robotswithpersonality 2/? That it vacillates between appreciably primitive in rejoicing in sensation and surroundings as one might expect from a dog POV, to having a staggering but not total knowledge of human world concerns, to what might be considered standard middle grade moral fare (help others, don't be selfish, death is a thing, leaving is something you'll probably have to do at some point, there are truths you'll learn before you're ready), 1w
Robotswithpersonality 3/? to the comical antics of animals trying to navigate the constructs of humanity, to the everyday cruelties inherent in wildlife living in close proximity to how humanity wants to structure the world, to some underlying theme about art appreciation that kinda got lost. 1w
Robotswithpersonality 4/4 I think I can sum it up by saying I was a lot more tense than I ever want to be for a book in this age group. I should know by now that if it has a Newbery medal and an animal on the front cover chances are it will be fraught, but this is suppose to be my palate cleanser dammit! The goats were truly the GOAT, but overall that was ALOT. (edited) 1w
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Robotswithpersonality
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Today's 'scratched my brain just right' phrase.

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jackilynn
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I am sensing a bit of a theme today 🤔😜

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Robotswithpersonality
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“...the Sun only wants you to bask...“😌🌞☀️

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hissingpotatoes
The Sight | David Clement-Davies
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Bailedbailed

2/5⭐ The description is beautiful, but there's no hook and it's slow. Not for me. #roll100

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ChelseaM6010
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Pickpick

A cute collection of short stories centered on dogs.
My favorites of the bunch were Magnus and Company, Tristan‘s Vigil, and The Dustbin Dog.

#ABCChallenge pick for April

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mandarchy
Moonlight Meeting: The Nocturnals | Tracey Hecht, Rumur Dowling
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Pickpick

Bismark! Sugar glider spec-tac-u-lar! Steals the book. He has all the character.