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annahenke
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In that undecided state of trying to find the right book. I‘ve been sick for over two weeks and am feeling stir crazy. Will this be the right escape? Stay tuned!!

jen_the_scribe I loved this one! 4d
BookladyOnTheMove Me, too! My October Audiobook read! 4d
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Torlynn
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Pickpick

I really enjoyed this novella. I am a huge fan of Ami McKay‘s writing. I love that it brought back the characters of The Witches Of New York but also if you hadn‘t read that book you could still read this story and it still feel complete. The way this book is written makes you want to read it aloud as the writing is so beautiful; like poetry. The only negative I have for this read is the storyline seemed a bit rushed in the last half of the story.

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Torlynn
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This was my last read of 2019 & I loved it! Ami McKay has been one of my favourite authors for years now and this book had me falling love with her writing all over again. Her way with words makes you pause and re-read just because of the beauty of her words.

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Jadams1776
Scared Witchless | Amy Boyles
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I finished this one up this morning. I‘m not mad at my time so far. #24B42020

Also, +16 for a #TBRRead #MerryReaders #WinterGames

Andrew65 Well done. Going well. 😊 3w
Clwojick 16 pt 2w
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InBooksILive
Guess What? | Mem Fox
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Tried to give a little hint in the picture 😁 hopefully I didn't make it toooo easy!

#WGGuessTheBook #1 #wintergames team #TheFilthyAnimals @rather_be_reading @StayCurious @Clwojick

LouBeth Dark Dawn 1mo
InBooksILive @LouBeth you got it! 😊 25 points for you! 1mo
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hissingpotatoes
A Woggle of Witches | Adrienne Adams
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Pickpick

3.5/5⭐ A pic on Instagram hammered my memory of this book I had completely forgotten about. Naturally I immediately checked it out from the library. The narrative doesn't translate as well for an adult audience (not that a kid's book necessarily should). But all the kudos for the art and colors, the idea of witches sleeping in hammocks among the trees, and the idea of witches being utterly terrified of kids in Halloween costumes.

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Karisa
Hunter Hunted | Keri Arthur
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Shopping Scavenger Hunt: Red & Green

#WinterGames #TMSkellington @Crimson613 @StayCurious

Crimson613 1pt!! 12-11 😆😆 1mo
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scripturient
The Lost Coast | Amy Rose Capetta
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Breakfast and book shopping with the lovely @Sarah83 ❤️

Desha That looks like an amazing hot chocolate? Mocha? Glad you are having some special time with a friend! ♥️ 2mo
julesG 😍 2mo
BittersweetBooks Cozy, wonderful 😍 2mo
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Kellykoalla
The Witching Hour | Anne Rice
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Winter means: cozy fires and witchy books.

I‘ve always loved Anne Rice‘s vampire novels and can‘t believe I‘ve never dived into her witchy series.

Curiouser_and_curiouser My friend keeps telling me how good they are. I have Anne Rice's vampire series from so many years ago but my friend says the witchy ones are much better. I wasn't convinced.. until now 🙂 3d
Kellykoalla I‘ll be honest. I‘m still working on trying to finish this one. I absolutely loved her vampire novels though. 3d
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Readage
Bone Soup: A Spooky, Tasty Tale | Alyssa Satin Capucilli
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Mehso-so

?? Little One Book Review: Mommy and I read this book on Halloween night. Although we liked it, we didn't love it. "Bone Soup" was inspired by another story called "Stone Soup." (There's a brief description of the original story in the back of the book.) This will be a very quick review.

Read together October 31, 2019

Rating: 3/5 ⭐️

Book #6 in our "1,000 Books Before Kindergarten" challenge

Review is continued in the comments section ⬇️

Readage Three witches (who are rather cute, we must say) are trying to make Bone Soup, and they need a wide variety of necessary ingredients to fill their cauldron. It takes the work of several hideous creatures (including a vampire, goblin, ghost, monster, mummy, etc) to gather and combine the ingredients, making this book a moral story about teamwork and helpfulness toward others. 2mo
Readage Although we appreciate the lesson of the story, the book was a little longer than we liked. For us, it was one of those books that you can read just once and not revisit. The three stars are primarily because of the illustrations, which are quite adorable. 2mo
Lifeisasnap Love the illustrations! Story was a little long... 2mo
Readage @Lifeisasnap Yes...completely agree 👍 2mo
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