Articles

Children’s Book Review: Welcome to Jazz by Carolyn Sloan

Welcome to Jazz in an interactive children's book that teaches kids all about jazz through a fun story and sound buttons to enhance learning.
Read More

Quick Lit: Mini-Reviews of Some Recent Reads – February 2020 Edition

A roundup of mini book reviews from my most recent reads in the last month including fiction and nonfiction.
Read More

Book Review: These Got Me Punched by Nicholas J. Stevens

Nicholas J. Stevens uses humor and witty banter to share incidents of romance, teen angst, and obviously kissing, in his personal collection of essays. I think many readers will find his book funny and leave them rooting for the author to keep capturing the "right kiss".
Read More

Children’s Book Review: Encyclopedia of American Indian History and Culture by Cynthia O’Brien

A comprehensive encyclopedia full of facts, history, and amazing photography about over 160 American Indian Tribes.
Read More

Children’s Book Review: Bird Hugs by Ged Adamson

Bernard is a bird born with wings too long to fly. He doesn't understand what they are for, until an orangutan needs hug. Bernard may have just found his purpose and it makes him so happy.
Read More

Books that Came My Way in January 2020

My monthly round-up of books added to my shelves in January 2020 either through publishers or my own purchases.
Read More

What’s Saving My Life Right Now?

A celebration of the few things saving my life this winter!
Read More

Children’s Book Review: With All My Heart by Stephanie Stansbie and Richard Smythe

A beautiful story of the love between a bear and a little bear. Perfect for parents, grandparents, or anyone who loves a child to read aloud to them.
Read More

Book Review: The Vineyards of Champagne by Juliet Blackwell

Fans of historical fiction, dual time-period stories, and war settings will enjoy this novel.
Read More

Children’s Book Review: Snail & Worm All Day by Tina Kugler

Snail and Worm are best friends. Their stories teach kids important lessons while going about their days.
Read More