Fox and Rabbit Make Believe [Beth Ferry]

I read Fox and Rabbit Make Believe by Beth Ferry and illustrated by Gergely Dudas solely because there was a fox on the cover and as the main character. I'm always on the lookout for new fox stories, which should really come as no surprise at this point. Thus, any time I happen upon one on…

Crime Puzzles [Diane Vogt]

I've always been a huge fan of puzzles and brain teasers. My curiosity was piqued when I came across Crime Puzzles: Short Forensic Mysteries to Challenge Your Inner Amateur Detective. Part of a series of 60-Second Brain Teasers by M. Diane Vogt, this was certainly an intriguing collection, though I think 60 seconds is a…

A Little Bit Different [Claire Alexander]

Have you ever come across a book that is great but also not so great? And it's this way for a few reasons, but a lot of it ultimately comes down to interpretation? I feel like Claire Alexander's A Little Bit Different has a beautiful message that's important but also has so many different possible…

Little Rabbit Foo Foo [Michael Rosen]

It's wild to me how easily one can forget huge staples of their childhood. Then, somehow, one tiny reminder bursts up out of nowhere and suddenly the memories all come rushing back. I cannot for the life of me recall why Little Rabbit Foo Foo, this particular version by Michael Rosen and illustrated by Arthur…