Otto the Otter’s Muddy Puddle [Chez Rafter]

The second book by Chez Rafter that I read this month comes in the form of Otto the Otter's Muddy Puddle. An adorably illustrated children's book with an incredibly similar message; pollution is harmful toward animals. Of Rafter's books raising awareness about the problems of pollution, Otto's story was the better of the two. Not only did…

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In Light of the J. K. Rowling Scandal (-ish?)

It's always fun (read: not) to come across new information about an author that really clues you into some awful behavior or beliefs on their end. I've begun to look at things such as this with a sort of reluctant acceptance after a while. You see, no one wants the authors of their favorite books…

Puzzles and Humans; Recent NetGalley Requests

One of these books reminds me of Uncharted--though admittedly it's probably not very similar--and I am so excited for this word game based world. I'm looking forward to seeing if I can figure out the ones that are included within the book. The other book is a result of my appreciation for science-heavy children's books.…

Hooked On Bookz [Book Love] Blogger Support Feature

It's Saturday! Which means it's time for relaxing and sleeping in! And it's also time for another Blogger Support Feature! Today I'm pleased to be showing off a review from Jee @ Hooked On Bookz, who doesn't have an about me page but we all can tell just from the name of her blog that…

Yapper the Unhappy Snapper [Chez Rafter]

I read two books by Chez Rafter recently, the first of which was Yapper the Unhappy Snapper. This happens to be a rather amazing book for a number of reasons. The most important reason, though, is that it sends an amazing message about littering and human waste. There's no doubt that reading this book will prompt heartfelt…

When We Became Humans [Michael Bright]

I have to admit, I was genuinely surprised at the level of information included in Michael Bright's When We Became Humans, which is illustrated by Hannah Bailey. I think, going in, I expected this book to be very introductory in terms of the evolution of humans, something meant to bring children into the beginning steps of…