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Book Review: The Vixen Pederson Workshop, by Maxine Sylvester

It was in 2017 that I discovered an interesting children’s fiction series written by Maxine Sylvester, thanks to one of my best friends. The genre is one that usually exudes joy and warmth, and this was no different. I’d been expecting the fourth book in the series since then.

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(Book Review) Ronaldo: Rudi’s Birthday Extravaganza, by Maxine Sylvester

Children’s fiction is a genre I turn to, esp. when I’m in a low mood, or unable to write a review. I discovered a series recently, and the author has just released the third book in it. So I thought it might be perfect choice to try and find my reading glasses again, metaphorically speaking!

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(Book Review) Ronaldo: The Phantom Carrot Snatcher, by Maxine Sylvester

I find that when I’m hooked to a fictional series, I try to read all available books in the series very quickly. It’s truer when the series falls into one of my favorite genres. I recently read the book Ronaldo: The Reindeer Flying Academy, and was quite impressed by it. When I saw that the second book was also available, I didn’t wait further. I borrowed the same quickly and read it.

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(Book Review) Ronaldo: The Reindeer Flying Academy, by Maxine Sylvester

I find children’s fiction to be a genre that I turn to when in need of comfort reads. It brings that sense of innocence, the joy of childhood back. One of my best friends read this book recently and I found it on Kindle Unlimited when I checked. I borrowed it immediately and started reading.

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