[ARC] from Kids Can Press

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I decided to collect in a single post my comments about the arc received from the Kids Can Press – that publish books for children.

The book this post is about – every one of them interesting and rich in content are:

  • Goodnight, You by Geneviève Côté
  • Loula and the Sister Recipe by Anne Villeneuve
  • Hana Hashimoto, Sixth Violin by Chieri Uegaki
  • If by  David J. Smith

Goodnight, You by Geneviève Côté

Of the same series – and author – I already read Starring me and you  that has as main characters the two wonderful little animals in the cover. 

This time the little bunny and the little pig has to share and face their fears while they are going to camp and sleep outside. The book is extremely cute as it’s characters are.

Thanks to the publisher for providing me the copy necessary to write this review.

Loula and the Sister Recipe by Anne Villeneuve

Loula wants a sister like her to play with, unfortunately she has two brothers who do not want to play with her.

She will end asking her parent and coming up with a sister recipe: Loula will try everything to obtain her ideal sister.

Thanks to the publisher for providing me the copy necessary to write this review.

Hana Hashimoto, Sixth Violin by Chieri Uegaki

Hana wants to play the violin as her grandfather, a well-known japan musician, and for this reason she is getting ready for the rehearsal, despite she has followed only three lessons about the instrument.

Hana will show her parents and brothers her way of playing, maybe not so alike her grandfather, but surely peculiar and funny.

A nice story with very detailed and beautiful images.

Thanks to the publisher for providing me the copy necessary to write this review.

If by  David J. Smith

The only book that is not about a fiction story, but that tells about the Earth, our history, the resources distribution by comparing the actual numbers with something more easy to grasp: if Earth was a baseball ball, what may the other planets be?

I found the idea extremely useful to make easy to understand – for grown ups and children both – the actual size of things, may them be the amount of sea of the distribution of wealth over our planet.

Thanks to the publisher for providing me the copy necessary to write this review.


* Goodnight, You by Geneviève Côté ★★★★☆
* Loula and the Sister Recipe by Anne Villeneuve ★★★
* Hana Hashimoto, Sixth Violin
by Chieri Uegaki ★★★
* If
by  David J. Smith ★★★

*I read this book in english

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