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video 2019-03-04 20:42
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review 2019-03-03 15:34
Doc McStuffins Awesome Guy to the Rescue... Doc McStuffins Awesome Guy to the Rescue! / Bella's Big Break: Two-Books-in-One - Disney Book Group,Disney Storybook Art Team
For more reviews, check out my blog:Craft-Cycle

I haven't seen this show in a while, but I vaguely remember Bella's story. I found this in a Little Free Library and thought it might be a good book to read with some of the kids I work with. 

Thoughts on Awesome Guy to the Rescue

Cute little story that focuses on asking for help when you need it and not pretending everything is okay to appear strong. Very good message portrayed in an entertaining way. At the end of the story is "Doc's Tips About Boo-Boos and Ouches", which further emphasizes this message. I liked the tips about not being afraid to cry or ask for a hug to feel better. Good way to teach children that it is okay to need help from others without feeling bad about it. 

Thoughts on Bella's Big Break

Nice story about getting a cast put on. Told in a way that is reassuring. Good focus on how the cast doesn't hurt, but you have to let the broken bones rest so they can heal. Also, nice secondary message about friends helping each other and being supportive. At the end is a list of "Doc's Tips About Boo-Boos and Ouches", which repeats this message. There is also a short "Meet the Gang" section on the inside cover that introduces the main characters at Doc's clinic. 

Overall, a nice nice double book for fans of Doc McStuffins.
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text 2019-02-03 18:36
Reading progress update: I've read 200 out of 416 pages.
Reflection - Elizabeth Lim

“I’ve seen many men dress as girls to evade serving in the army, but never any women who dressed as boys so they could serve.” 

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review 2019-01-11 14:57
Do You Want To Build A Snowman? (Disney ... Do You Want To Build A Snowman? (Disney Frozen) - Calliope Glass,Olga Mosqueda
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-Cycle

Adorable book that allows the reader to help Anna and Elsa build Olaf. 

This is a good interactive book that asks the reader to do various actions (chop off branches, spin the book to roll a snowball, tap when pieces should go) in order to put Olaf together. Great way to make a simple story very fun and engaging. 

Cute illustrations. Personally, I thought the overly large eyes on Anna and Elsa were a little creepy in some shots, but overall the book is pretty adorable.

The text is a little lengthy on some pages in my opinion, but it was still fun. I liked the variety of phrases and instructions. 

I read this with a little girl I work with (who loves Frozen) and she enjoyed it. Afterwards, she insisted we pretend to be Anna and Elsa and find Olaf. 

Nice, fun read for Frozen fans.
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review 2018-12-30 20:28
Anna & Elsa #2: Memory and Magic (Disney Frozen) (A Stepping Stone Book(TM)) - Erica David,William E. Robinson
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-Cycle

This is such a good follow-up series to the Frozen movie. In the first book, Elsa learns how to balance using her powers and utilizing other methods to help the villagers with their problems. In this one, Anna deals with having had her memories of her sister's magic removed when she was a child.

I think one of the things that really draws me to this series is that when you watch a movie, you usually still have so many questions you want answered after it ends. This series is a great way to find answers to some of those questions.

Well-written, I found this one especially funny. I really liked Brock and Kristoff's hilarious interactions. 




As with the first book, it was a fun and entertaining story. Good easy read. I already picked up the third book in the series and can't wait to read it.
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