Book Review: Fairy Spell by Marc Tyler Nobleman

Tweet In 1917 two girls in Cottingley, England convinced the world that fairies lived at the creek on their property. They even took photos to prove they were telling the truth. Experts examined the photos and declared them to be … Continue reading

Book Review: A Long Pitch Home by Natalie Dias Lorenzi

Tweet Natalie Dias Lorenzi is the author of one of my favorite recent books for readers aged 9 to 12, Flying the Dragon (read my review). So when she got in touch to ask if I wanted to review her … Continue reading

Book Review: Flora & Ulysses by Kate DiCamillo

Tweet Flora Belle Buckman knows all is not right in her world. Her parents are divorced, her mom writes romance novels even though there is no romance in her life, and she misses the time she spent reading about a … Continue reading

Book Review: Boo ABC: A to Z with the World’s Cutest Dog by J. H. Lee, photographs by Gretchen LeMaistre

Tweet Boo is a cute little Pomeranian who has been called “the world’s cutest dog” and who has nearly 7 million likes on his Facebook page. He also has several books for children, including BOO ABC: A to Z with … Continue reading

Book Review: Flying the Dragon by Natalie Dias Lorenzi

Tweet Skye’s dream is to make it onto the advanced soccer team for summer near her home in the Washington, D.C. area. Hiroshi wants nothing more than to enter his first kite-flying competition in his small town in Japan. Neither … Continue reading

Book Review: Dark Parties by Sara Grant

Tweet Neva lives in a world where someone is always watching. The government built the Protectosphere she lives in to keep everyone safe, yet that same government also seems to make people disappear and never come back. As life inside … Continue reading

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