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

Book Review: Wish You Were Eyre by Heather Vogel Frederick

Tweet I don’t read many continuing books in a series for review on this site. My review philosophy is that if the first book in a series is strong enough to stand on its own, then it’s a good choice … Continue reading

Three Questions for Author Heather Vogel Frederick

Tweet Heather Vogel Frederick’s The Mother-Daughter Book Club series, comes to an end with her latest release, Wish You Were Eyre. Originally planned for four books, the series was so beloved that Frederick extended it to six. Many real-life mother-daughter … Continue reading

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