Book Review: The Short Seller by Elissa Brent Weissman

Tweet When 12-year-old Lindy comes down with mono she’s too tired to think of doing anything but sleep. Soon she’s feeling better even though she’s still stuck at home for a while. To help her pass the time, her parents … Continue reading

Book Giveaway and Review: The Barftastic Life of Louie Burger by Jenny Meyerhoff

Tweet Both boys and girls aged 9 to 12 should love to read this book about a boy who is navigating changes at home and with his friends at school while also trying to build his courage to perform. It’s … Continue reading

Book Review: When the Butterflies Came by Kimberley Griffiths Little

Tweet When Tara Doucet’s Grammy Claire dies unexpectedly in a car accident Tara feels as though her whole family is falling apart. He mom disappears in depression and grief, her older sister retreats into her bedroom, and her dad has … Continue reading

Interview with Valerie O. Patterson, Author of Operation Oleander

Tweet Yesterday, I featured a review of Operation Oleander, a book for young readers that explores complicated issues of members of the military and their families assisting civilians in war zones. Today I’m excited to feature an interview with the … Continue reading

Book Review and Giveaway: Operation Oleander by Valerie O. Patterson

Tweet Today I’m featuring a review of Operation Oleander with a giveaway of one copy to a reader in the U.S. or Canada. Just leave a comment by midnight (PDT) Monday, March 18 for a chance to win. (Please note: … Continue reading

Book Review: St. Viper’s School for Super Villains by Kim Donovan

Tweet Demon Kid has a lot to live up to. His dad, Demon King, is a well known super bad super villain, and Demon Kid would like nothing better than to follow in his footsteps. So he’s excited to be … Continue reading

Book Review: The 13th Sign by Kristin O’Donnell Tubb

Tweet When Jalen finds a mysterious, locked book called The Keypers of the Zodiac in a voodoo shop in New Orleans, she is irresistibly drawn to it. But when she finds a way to unlock it, she sets off a … Continue reading

Book Review: Sweet Music on Moonlight Ridge by Ramey Channell

Tweet In Sweet Music on Moonlight Ridge, Ramey Channell has painted a picture of simpler times when families lived close together and helped each other out, children were free to play and spark their imaginations without close adult supervision, and … Continue reading

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