Book Review and Giveaway: Serafina and the Black Cloak by Robert Beatty

Tweet I am excited to be participating in a blog tour today for Serafina and the Black Cloak, a great mystery with a little bit of historical fiction added in for readers aged 9 to 12. As part of the … Continue reading

Book Review: One Witch at a Time by Stacy DeKeyser

Tweet A harsh winter has taken its toll on Rudi’s village of Brixen. Carrying a portion of his dairy farm’s dwindling supply of cheese and butter, he sets off for the market in a nearby town to trade for food, … Continue reading

Author Stacy DeKeyser Talks About What Makes a Good Story and a Book Giveaway

Tweet Today I’m taking part in a blog tour for Stacy DeKeyser and her book, One Witch at a Time, the sequel to The Brixen Witch, which received two starred reviews and was a Chicago Public Library Best of the … Continue reading

Book Review: Gabriel Finley & the Raven’s Riddle by George Hagen

Tweet In the old days, ravens and humans were friends and traveled together, communicating and helping each other. Then a rift occurred, separating the two forever, except for a lucky few. Gabriel Finley is one of those lucky few, a … Continue reading

Book Review: Fleabrain Loves Franny by Joanne Rocklin

Tweet It’s 1952 and Franny Katzenback is recovering from polio, undergoing painful physical therapy and wondering if she’ll ever walk again. During her illness she imagined she was being tended by angels, so when she starts to receive letters from … Continue reading

Book Review: The Spiritglass Charade: A Stoker & Holmes Novel by Colleen Gleason

Tweet Evaline Stoker and Mina Holmes are back on a case. The vampire-fighting sister of Bram Stoker (author of Dracula) and the niece of Sherlock Holmes team up in the second novel of the Stoker & Holmes series for young … Continue reading

Book Review: The Time of the Fireflies by Kimberley Griffiths Little

Tweet Larissa Renaud knows her family is unusual—they live above the antique store they operate in a small Louisiana town. She also stays to herself after nearly drowning while being taunted by local kids. But even she has to admit … Continue reading

Book Review: Spoils by Tammar Stein

Tweet What would you do if you won $70 million dollars in the lottery? For Leni’s family in Florida, it meant lots of spending on both selfish pursuits and worthy causes. Which is why it’s nearly all gone only seven … Continue reading

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