Book Review: Secret Garden: Artist’s Edition by Johanna Basford

Tweet Johanna Basford’s Secret Garden: Artist’s Edition coloring book is so beautiful in black and white you may have trouble deciding where to add the first bit of color. Eventually, though, you probably won’t be able to resist making these … Continue reading

Book Review: The Edge of Lost by Kristina McMorris

Tweet To survive, Shanley Keagan has to put aside his hopes and dreams for a normal life and do what he needs to do to get by. Orphaned at an early age, he is first under the care of a … Continue reading

Review: Highlights Hidden Pictures Coloring Book for Grown-Up Children

Tweet When I was growing up I used to love reading Highlights for Children magazine every month. When my own daughters were born I wanted to provide the same reading experience for them, and so subscribed for many years as … Continue reading

Book Review: The Turnip Princess by Franz Xaver Von Schönwerth

Tweet The Brothers Grimm, Hans Christian Andersen, Charles Perrault—all were well known collectors of fairy tales, those magical, lesson-infused stories spread centuries ago in the oral tradition. A lesser known collector, Franz Xaver Von Schönwerth, was also at work recording … Continue reading

Book Review: Our Endless Numbered Days by Claire Fuller

Tweet Eight-year-old Peggy’s father is obsessed with being able to survive in a disaster. She has to practice packing a rucksack and being ready to flee in minutes in case the need arises. Peggy’s mother is a renowned pianist from … Continue reading

Book Review: Teenagers 101 by Rebecca Deurlein, Ed.D.

Tweet As a teacher for many years at both public and private schools, Rebecca Deurlein has seen her share of teenagers. And while some people may wonder at how she could spend years in a classroom dealing with teen behavior, … Continue reading

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