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Whether your child is already an avid reader or you are searching for that special book to spark his/her lifelong love of reading, you’re in the right place.
Are you looking for some bookish gifts for your kids this Christmas? (And maybe some for yourself too!) These are some of my very favorite bookish gifts around the web to read, wear, color, or listen to. If you're looking for a list of books, check out the one I made...read more
The Wilderking Trilogy by Jonathan Rogers is a delightful middle-grade fantasy series. It's based loosely on the life of King David from his shepherd days to his coronation. I had previously read the first book, The Bark of the Bog Owl, and recommended it on the...read more
After the Fall: How Humpty Dumpty Got Back Up Again... We all know the nursery rhyme: Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall, and all the king's horses and all the king's men couln't put Humpty together again. But what if they did? And if Humpty...read more
Do you get super excited when one of your favorite authors comes out with a new book? Me too! (I'm assuming you said yes, right?) I loved Cassie Beasly's debut middle-grade novel, Circus Mirandus, so when her new novel, Tumble & Blue, arrived in the mail, I dropped my...read more
This past Christmas, I found a picture book I just couldn't pass up for my daughters or my nieces. Every little girl longs to know they are beautiful, but what exactly does that mean? Beautiful by Stacy McAnulty provides a great answer to that question. (And for a...read more
Audible has done it again! They have another amazingly huge sale on some great children's books! I've hand-picked over 50 of the best books from this massive sale from picture books to middle-grade novels to recommend to you. Enjoy! These books are all between $1.95...read more
Let me introduce you to a modern-day Ramona. I have totally fallen for the quirky, honest, ambitious Cilla Lee-Jenkins: Future Author Extraordinaire by Susan Tan. The Story Cilla Lee-Jenkins is certain that she is destined for literary greatness. What she's not so...read more
I remember the day my daughter realized homeschooling meant she would never ride the big yellow bus. It wasn't that she saw other kids on our street joyfully piling in. Most of our neighbors were in their eighties. We had the only school-aged kids on the block. But...read more