Book Review and Giveaway: The Boo-Boos That Changed The World by Barry Wittenstein

Tweet I loved this cute picture book that tells about the invention of Band-Aids. Read my review, then leave a comment about why you’d like to read the book with your child, and you could win a copy (U.S. addresses … Continue reading

Book Review: This Is Not a Valentine by Carter Higgins

Tweet A young boy wants his friend to know that he cares about her, so he gives her gifts he knows she will like, all the while saying, “This is not a valentine,” because of course valentines mean love, and … Continue reading

Interview and Book Giveaway: Lindsay Ward, Author of Don’t Forget Dexter

Tweet Don’t Forget Dexter is an adorable picture book that celebrates the bonds between a child and his special toy. Tomorrow, I’m reviewing the book, which I loved, and today I am taking part in a blog tour with a … Continue reading

Book Review: This Is a Good Story by Adam Lehrhaupt

Tweet Telling a good story means knowing how a story builds, with a protagonist, a plot, a conflict and more. Children often learn the elements of storytelling in school, where they have to write for classwork. But what if they … Continue reading

Book Review: It’s Not Jack and the Beanstalk by Josh Funk and Edwardian Taylor

Tweet I’m excited to give away one copy of this fractured fairy tale (U.S. addresses only please) to a reader who comments below, saying why you look forward to reading it. Comment before midnight (PDT), Tuesday, October 17. Please note: … Continue reading

Book Review: The Quickest Kid in Clarksville by Pat Zietlow Miller

Tweet Alta runs fast, just like her idol Wilma Rudolph, an African American sprinter who grew up in Alta’s hometown of Clarksville, Tennessee, and won three Olympic gold medals. But when a new girl named Charmaine with fancy running shoes … Continue reading

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