If I could give more than five stars to a book, I would definitely give them to One Small Spark by Jackie Minniti. This book is beautifully written and rich in history and character development as well. The Pembroke family, through fictional characters, give credibility to the story of our nation’s history through the eyes … More Book Review – One Small Spark by Jackie Minniti
I happened across this book and the author, Amy Windfield, at a bookstore this morning and couldn’t resist it! This is a perfect book for a young pre-reader and reader as well who are always asking those wonderful “why” questions. The answers are true to form along with the recommendations for new parents at the … More Mama, Why Do Babies Cry?
In Jupiter Storm by Marti Dumas published by Plum Street Press, we are introduced to a ten-year-old budding scientist named Jacquelyn Marie Johnson. Jackie enjoys taking care of the plants in the front yard and the wildness of the unattended backyard. When the story opens, Jackie is calling her five rambunctious brothers in from outside by delivering a stern … More Jupiter Storm – Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2018
A great set of books for teaching science and social studies. … More Swift Walker Journeys – Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2018
As a retired teacher, I am always on the lookout for books that will bring something beneficial to the classroom. Eugenia Chu’s wrote this wonderful book for her son when she could not find children’s books utilizing the Chinese language. I, for one, am so glad she created this little gem! It begins when Brandon is … More Brandon Makes Jiao Zi – Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2018
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