[BLOG TOUR] How to Remember Everything

Hi, y’all!

I’m so excited to be bringing y’all my stop on Turn the Page Tour’s review tour for How to Remember Everything, written by Jacob Sager Weinstein and illustrated by Barbara Malley. This book, in my opinion, is perfect for any age, and is great at helping you retain memory. Check out my review below, enter the giveaway if you’re interested, and don’t forget to show some love to the other tour hosts!

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How to Remember Everything
by Jacob Sager Weinstein
Illustrated by Barbara Malley
Published by Odd Dot
Released on October 13th, 2020
CHILDREN’S–Non-Fiction

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How to Remember Everything is the ultimate guide to unlocking the power of your brain!

Kids will learn how to ace history tests by memorizing dates, feel confident about remembering people’s names, win cards games by mastering entire decks, and hang on to happy memories for a lifetime.

This invaluable memory guide for children is full of recall-building techniques, fun challenges, and hilarious art.

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Jacob Sager Weinstein’s work has appeared in The New Yorker and The Onion, and he has written for HBO and the BBC as well. He lives in London with his wife and children.

His latest book is HOW TO REMEMBER EVERYTHING: TIPS AND TRICKS OF THE MEMORY MASTERS.


ILLUSTRATORBARBARA MALLEY is an illustrator from Southern California.  She earned a BFA from the Laguna College of Art + Design and a MFA from California State University Fullerton.  Barbara has worked professionally as an animation character designer, a product designer, and as a cartoonist.  Her artwork has been published in books and magazines, exhibited in several group and solo gallery shows, and was sported on the mask of a professional hockey goalie.  Currently she is working as an adjunct instructor at CSUF and LCAD and is freelancing as an illustrator and character designer.

When she’s not obsessively drawing in her sketchbook, Barbara loves to watch ice hockey, collect rocks, memorize star catalogs, read comic books, and travel by train.  She lives with her cat, Gremlin, and parakeets, Pea and Poop.

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*I WAS PROVIDED A DIGITAL GALLEY FOR THE PURPOSES OF THIS TOUR. THIS DOES NOT AFFECT MY OPINION*

As someone who struggles to recall things that happened as short as ten minutes ago, this book was really exciting for me to read. I’m constantly reprimanded for not being able to remember simple things, such as whether or not I’d eaten a certain thing for breakfast or the last time I’d taken a shower. It gets hard because amongst the confusion of not remembering and also having to deal with the reprimands, I just want to do better and be able to achieve that memory.

Jacob Sager Weinstein crafted a fun, easy-to-read book about how to retain and work at improving your memory. He gives fun examples, activities, and even some stories that are–in my opinion–perfect for all, no matter the age. Barbara Malley made this book beautiful with her art, and it was the perfect compliment to Weinstein’s writing.

After reading this book, I definitely believe that my memory has improved a bit. Though, results don’t always show immediately and this is more of a skill that’ll take time to keep at and work on, I do really think that this book helped a lot. For that, I rate How to Remember Everything  4.75 stars.

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Want more from this tour? Check out my fellow hosts’ stops by clicking the button below!

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Up for grabs is one (1) physical copy of How to Remember Everything. This giveaway is open to US residents only and will run from November 2nd to November 9th at 11:59 PM CST. To enter, click on the button below!

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