Book Giveaway and Review: The Barftastic Life of Louie Burger by Jenny Meyerhoff

Tweet Both boys and girls aged 9 to 12 should love to read this book about a boy who is navigating changes at home and with his friends at school while also trying to build his courage to perform. It’s … Continue reading

Book Review: Steam Train, Dream Train by Sherri Duskey Rinker & Tom Lichtenheld

Tweet Sherri Duskey Rinker and Tom Lichtenheld, the duo that brought us the award-winning Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site, have created another bedtime picture book that’s sure to be a hit with parents and preschoolers alike. Steam Train, Dream Train is … Continue reading

Book Review: Raptor Ravine by James L. Butler

Tweet When Trik gets lost in the woods and falls down a deep ravine, he discovers a land that seems untouched by time and where unknown creatures screech in the night. After watching a strange lizard/bird hatch from a nest … Continue reading

Hippo & Gorilla E-Books for Early Readers Focus on Friendship

Tweet If you’re looking for audio e-books for early readers you may want to check out the Hippo and Gorilla series of books. The creation of Bryan Langdo, Hippo and Gorilla are two friends who are total opposites. One is … Continue reading

Book Review: St. Viper’s School for Super Villains by Kim Donovan

Tweet Demon Kid has a lot to live up to. His dad, Demon King, is a well known super bad super villain, and Demon Kid would like nothing better than to follow in his footsteps. So he’s excited to be … Continue reading

Book Review: The Armpit of Doom by Kenn Nesbitt, illustrations by Rafael Domingos

Tweet Kenn Nesbitt knows how to make kids laugh while getting them to read poetry. His newest collection, called The Armpit of Doom: Funny Poems for Kids, continues that tradition with 70 new poems. Featuring illustrations by Rafael Domingos, The … Continue reading

Book Review: Don’t Feed the Boy by Irene Latham

Tweet Today I’m excited to be participating in a blog tour for a new book by author Irene Latham. It’s called Don’t Feed the Boy, and it’s a great book for mothter-daughter book clubs with girls aged 8 to 13. … Continue reading

Book Review and Giveaway: The Templeton Twins Have an Idea, Written by Ellis Weiner, Illustrated by Jeremy Holmes

Tweet The Templeton Twins Have an Idea is the first in a new series aimed at readers age 9 to 12 that combines mystery, wordplay, humor and adventure. Written by Ellis Weiner and illustrated by Jeremy Holmes, The Templeton Twins … Continue reading

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