Book Review: Upside Down in the Middle of Nowhere by Julie T. Lamana

Tweet Armani is excited to celebrate her 10th birthday with her family and close friends from the Ninth Ward in New Orleans. But as a hurricane named Katrina closes in on the city, it threatens to blow her party away … Continue reading

Book Review: Ice Dogs by Terry Lynn Johnson

Tweet Fourteen-year-old Vicky Secord’s dad taught her everything she knows about sled dogs and survival in the remote area of Alaska where she lives. But since his death a year ago, she feels lost without his guidance. Even worse, she … Continue reading

Book Review and Giveaway: Zero Tolerance by Claudia Mills

Tweet Yesterday, I shared thoughts from author Claudia Mills about the mother-daughter relationship in her book, Zero Tolerance. Today, I’m featuring a review of the book as well as the opportunity for one reader in the U.S. to win a … Continue reading

Author Claudia Mills Talks About Crafting a Three-Dimensional Mother-Daughter Relationship

Tweet As part of the blog tour for Claudia Mills and her new book Zero Tolerance, the author is sharing her thoughts on the mother-daughter relationship in her book. Mills’s  insight about her characters is relevant to real mothers and … Continue reading

Interview with Christine Brodien-Jones, Author of The Glass Puzzle

Tweet Yesterday, I reviewed The Glass Puzzle (comment for a chance to win a copy) by Christine Brodien-Jones, and today I’m delighted to have her stop by and answer a few questions. Brodien-Jones has written two other middle-grade fantasy adventure … Continue reading

Book Review and Giveaway: The Glass Puzzle by Christine Brodien-Jones

Tweet Today and tomorrow I’m taking part in a blog tour for author Christine Brodien-Jones and her new book The Glass Puzzle. I thought it was fun to read, a great adventure for summer or anytime. Below you’ll find my … Continue reading

Book Review: Falcon in the Glass by Susan Fletcher

Tweet Renzo dreams of becoming the greatest glassblower on Murano, the island near Venice where many beautiful glass pieces are created each day. But since his father’s death he has been forced to prove himself early in the hopes that … Continue reading

Book Review: Odette’s Secrets by Maryann Macdonald

Tweet Odette was four years old living in Paris with her mother and father at the outbreak of World War II. Right away her father volunteered for the army and went off to fight. As time went by things got … Continue reading

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