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Deanna Blanchard

Book Review: If You're Reading This It's Too Late by Pseudonymous

What do you get when you combine a homunculus, an evil society and two brave kids? A fun story kids will love. But what should parents think?

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Mayra Calvani

Book Review: Pretty Dolls, by Kimberly Dana

Pretty Dolls by Kimberly Dana, a finalist in the Children's Picture Book category at the 2011 Pacific Northwest Writers Association Literary Contest, is a...

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Barbara Mascareno

For some children, summer reading can be a chore. Many children will even forget the material they learned just a few weeks before the end of the school year. However, parents can read a variety of

By: Barbara Mascareno l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jun 29, 2012
Rob Towner

An insight into digital books and paperback hard copies for children at school. How have things changes? What stories do kids love? and where are they getting their fiction adventure tales from now

By: Rob Towner l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jun 28, 2012
Tyler Tichelaar

Cheryl Carpinello's new book "The King's Ransom" is the first in her "Young Knights of the Round Table" series. An educator, Carpinello has made the book reader-friendly for teachers and classrooms

By: Tyler Tichelaar l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jun 19, 2012
Jared D Silverstone

If you want to improve your writing skills then practice is a good start. The more you write the better you become. Practice makes perfect, right? While that's certainly true it can sometimes be a

By: Jared D Silverstone l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l May 31, 2012
Jackie Sheets

Learn how to answer your kid's 'tell me why' questions by reading this informational article on educational children's' books. Being a parent, you surely understand that children have a very

By: Jackie Sheets l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l May 29, 2012

Reading is a fun and interactive way to bond with kids. Experts recommend reading a good book to a young child every day. It is usually done before a child goes to sleep. It is an excellent way to

By: Savine Mendez l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l May 29, 2012
Steph Burkhart

Riordan pens a story stuffed with action, adventure, and myths with "Sea of Monsters." When the tree that guards Camp Half Blood is poisoned and Chiron accused of the deed, Percy and his friends must

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l May 26, 2012
Julie L Worthington

Finding books the have examples of courage and determination to inspire our efforts. Recommendations for some good books that will do just that.

By: Julie L Worthington l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l May 23, 2012
Shirley Wolf

With the summer holidays looming, after school activities will be coming to an end. Parents may want to stock up on children's activity books to keep their kids occupied during those long tiring

By: Shirley Wolf l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l May 22, 2012
Diana Ann B Bisares

How do classic books such as the Velveteen Rabbit teach us about the realities of life? This is a book review on a literature masterpiece of the 1920s.

By: Diana Ann B Bisares l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l May 16, 2012

Today we review a new childrens ebook series by Emma Ward. The Adventures of Bob and Joe was recently published on Amazon and is appropriate for children between the ages of 3-10.

By: Shelby Clark l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Apr 25, 2012

Activity books are a great way to make reading fun. There are lots of different types of activity books available to suit different age groups. Here we have selected our top 5.

By: Jo Edwards l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Apr 21, 2012
Tyler Tichelaar

"Monsters Below" is the first mystery in the "Mystery at the Lake House" series written by Laura Wharton, author of "Leaving Lukens" and "The Pirate's Bastard" and her ten year old son, Will Wharton.

By: Tyler Tichelaar l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Apr 14, 2012

Young children love having authors come to visit them at school and clearly benefit from the experience. Nothing is better than encouraging our next generation to read by bringing the intangible

By: John Dolbey l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Apr 11, 2012
Lesley Carr

The task of finding a publisher for your book can be daunting. Even J.K. Rowling, the highly acclaimed author of the Harry Potter books, received many rejections before achieving her phenomenal

By: Lesley Carr l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Apr 07, 2012
Timothy Zaun

Spring announces the arrival of Major League Baseball and Little League in communities nationwide. Sixth grader, Jack Mogens, gears up for his sixth season of youth baseball on the Tall Pines Braves

By: Timothy Zaun l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Mar 27, 2012
Julie L Worthington

What was old is new again! In the book series The Sisters Grimm the writer Michael Buckley has reinvented all the old fairy tales and fables. Sabrina and her sister Daphne Grimm discover a whole new

By: Julie L Worthington l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Mar 23, 2012

Sam's Desert Adventure may be the best young reader book of the year. Filled with humor, warmth, hard-learned lessons, and superbly well-drawn characters, this story is guaranteed to please adults

By: Barbra Lee l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Mar 13, 2012
Shalini C Gupta

Books for children should be selected on the basis of their age and choice. Books are very essential for children and help them learn languages.

By: Shalini C Gupta l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Mar 09, 2012
Ginger Lee Bull

Excitement is in the air. It is a happy feeling that brings wonderment and expectation. Could this feeling of joy be duplicated each and every day? It can so begin.

By: Ginger Lee Bull l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Feb 27, 2012
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Deanna Blanchard

What do you get when you combine a homunculus, an evil society and two brave kids? A fun story kids will love. But what should parents think?

By: Deanna Blanchard l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 11, 2012 lViews: 85 lComments: 0
Mayra Calvani

Pretty Dolls by Kimberly Dana, a finalist in the Children's Picture Book category at the 2011 Pacific Northwest Writers Association Literary Contest, is a delightful story about overcoming jealousy

By: Mayra Calvani l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 79 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

Planet Dinosaur - Book Review The new dinosaur discoveries, the huge, the tiny, the weird and the wonderful are revealed in remarkable detail in this book "Planet Dinosaur - The Next Generation of

By: Mike Walley l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 09, 2012 lViews: 77 lComments: 0
Julie L Worthington

What was old is new again! In the book series The Sisters Grimm the writer Michael Buckley has reinvented all the old fairy tales and fables. Sabrina and her sister Daphne Grimm discover a whole new

By: Julie L Worthington l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Mar 23, 2012 lViews: 76 lComments: 0
Tyler Tichelaar

"Monsters Below" is the first mystery in the "Mystery at the Lake House" series written by Laura Wharton, author of "Leaving Lukens" and "The Pirate's Bastard" and her ten year old son, Will Wharton.

By: Tyler Tichelaar l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Apr 14, 2012 lViews: 72 lComments: 0
Julie L Worthington

Finding books the have examples of courage and determination to inspire our efforts. Recommendations for some good books that will do just that.

By: Julie L Worthington l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l May 23, 2012 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Steph Burkhart

Riordan fashions a modern tale of the Olympians that will keep you turning the pages with "The Lightning Thief." Percy Jackson is a 6th grader with a lot of problems. Diagnosed with ADHD and

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 21, 2012 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Deanna Blanchard

A letter hidden in an old desk leads Sarah and Aidan to a box of starstuff and a startling discovery: Peter Pan is real! They run for their lives to protect the starstuff from the evil Lord Ombra.

By: Deanna Blanchard l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 05, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0

An eBook is a book in an electronic format that is downloaded to a computer, laptop or PDA. It looks exactly like a book and has numbered pages, pictures, graphics and a table of contents. As the

By: Sally Sweet l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 26, 2012 lViews: 66 lComments: 0
Julie L Worthington

Review and Thoughts on Lark Rise to Candleford by Flora Thompson and Review and Thoughts on The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde. I think sometimes stories can become forgotten gems...these two have.

By: Julie L Worthington l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Feb 06, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Barbara Mascareno

For some children, summer reading can be a chore. Many children will even forget the material they learned just a few weeks before the end of the school year. However, parents can read a variety of

By: Barbara Mascareno l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jun 29, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Michael James III

"Kelli and The Tooth Fairy" is a delightful and fanciful tale about a little girl and her experience with the Tooth Fairy when she lost her first tooth. Find out what happens that magical night when

By: Michael James III l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 07, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Lynai Lamason

How do I begin writing a review of a book that tackles a subject a cannot fully comprehend? Mathematics and physics, anyone? But, I am getting ahead of myself.

By: Lynai Lamason l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 20, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Jackie Sheets

Learn how to answer your kid's 'tell me why' questions by reading this informational article on educational children's' books. Being a parent, you surely understand that children have a very

By: Jackie Sheets l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l May 29, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0

People around the globe are always on the lookout for a development book on relationships with personal issues, healing traumas from the past, just to keep them sane and balanced in today's crazy and

By: Peter Sacco l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 17, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0
Diana Rogers

Do you feel overwhelmed because you never know how to come up with an opening line to your fantasy book? Most people feel a writer's block when they start writing their story because they do not know

By: Diana Rogers l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 06, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Timothy Zaun

Spring announces the arrival of Major League Baseball and Little League in communities nationwide. Sixth grader, Jack Mogens, gears up for his sixth season of youth baseball on the Tall Pines Braves

By: Timothy Zaun l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Mar 27, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0

Today we review a new childrens ebook series by Emma Ward. The Adventures of Bob and Joe was recently published on Amazon and is appropriate for children between the ages of 3-10.

By: Shelby Clark l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Apr 25, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Ginger Lee Bull

Excitement is in the air. It is a happy feeling that brings wonderment and expectation. Could this feeling of joy be duplicated each and every day? It can so begin.

By: Ginger Lee Bull l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Feb 27, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Shalini C Gupta

Books for children should be selected on the basis of their age and choice. Books are very essential for children and help them learn languages.

By: Shalini C Gupta l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Mar 09, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
1 2|  
Mayra Calvani

Pretty Dolls by Kimberly Dana, a finalist in the Children's Picture Book category at the 2011 Pacific Northwest Writers Association Literary Contest, is a delightful story about overcoming jealousy

By: Mayra Calvani l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 79 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

Planet Dinosaur - Book Review The new dinosaur discoveries, the huge, the tiny, the weird and the wonderful are revealed in remarkable detail in this book "Planet Dinosaur - The Next Generation of

By: Mike Walley l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 09, 2012 lViews: 77 lComments: 0
Tyler Tichelaar

"Monsters Below" is the first mystery in the "Mystery at the Lake House" series written by Laura Wharton, author of "Leaving Lukens" and "The Pirate's Bastard" and her ten year old son, Will Wharton.

By: Tyler Tichelaar l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Apr 14, 2012 lViews: 72 lComments: 0
Tyler Tichelaar

Cheryl Carpinello's new book "The King's Ransom" is the first in her "Young Knights of the Round Table" series. An educator, Carpinello has made the book reader-friendly for teachers and classrooms

By: Tyler Tichelaar l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jun 19, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Julie L Worthington

Review and Thoughts on Lark Rise to Candleford by Flora Thompson and Review and Thoughts on The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde. I think sometimes stories can become forgotten gems...these two have.

By: Julie L Worthington l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Feb 06, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Julie L Worthington

What was old is new again! In the book series The Sisters Grimm the writer Michael Buckley has reinvented all the old fairy tales and fables. Sabrina and her sister Daphne Grimm discover a whole new

By: Julie L Worthington l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Mar 23, 2012 lViews: 76 lComments: 0
Julie L Worthington

Finding books the have examples of courage and determination to inspire our efforts. Recommendations for some good books that will do just that.

By: Julie L Worthington l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l May 23, 2012 lViews: 69 lComments: 0

An eBook is a book in an electronic format that is downloaded to a computer, laptop or PDA. It looks exactly like a book and has numbered pages, pictures, graphics and a table of contents. As the

By: Sally Sweet l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 26, 2012 lViews: 66 lComments: 0
Lynai Lamason

How do I begin writing a review of a book that tackles a subject a cannot fully comprehend? Mathematics and physics, anyone? But, I am getting ahead of myself.

By: Lynai Lamason l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 20, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Steph Burkhart

Riordan fashions a modern tale of the Olympians that will keep you turning the pages with "The Lightning Thief." Percy Jackson is a 6th grader with a lot of problems. Diagnosed with ADHD and

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 21, 2012 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Steph Burkhart

Riordan pens a story stuffed with action, adventure, and myths with "Sea of Monsters." When the tree that guards Camp Half Blood is poisoned and Chiron accused of the deed, Percy and his friends must

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l May 26, 2012 lViews: 37 lComments: 0

People around the globe are always on the lookout for a development book on relationships with personal issues, healing traumas from the past, just to keep them sane and balanced in today's crazy and

By: Peter Sacco l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 17, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0
Deanna Blanchard

What do you get when you combine a homunculus, an evil society and two brave kids? A fun story kids will love. But what should parents think?

By: Deanna Blanchard l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 11, 2012 lViews: 85 lComments: 0
Deanna Blanchard

A letter hidden in an old desk leads Sarah and Aidan to a box of starstuff and a startling discovery: Peter Pan is real! They run for their lives to protect the starstuff from the evil Lord Ombra.

By: Deanna Blanchard l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 05, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Michael James III

"Kelli and The Tooth Fairy" is a delightful and fanciful tale about a little girl and her experience with the Tooth Fairy when she lost her first tooth. Find out what happens that magical night when

By: Michael James III l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 07, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Diana Rogers

Do you feel overwhelmed because you never know how to come up with an opening line to your fantasy book? Most people feel a writer's block when they start writing their story because they do not know

By: Diana Rogers l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Jan 06, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Timothy Zaun

Spring announces the arrival of Major League Baseball and Little League in communities nationwide. Sixth grader, Jack Mogens, gears up for his sixth season of youth baseball on the Tall Pines Braves

By: Timothy Zaun l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Mar 27, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0

Sam's Desert Adventure may be the best young reader book of the year. Filled with humor, warmth, hard-learned lessons, and superbly well-drawn characters, this story is guaranteed to please adults

By: Barbra Lee l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Mar 13, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Jared D Silverstone

If you want to improve your writing skills then practice is a good start. The more you write the better you become. Practice makes perfect, right? While that's certainly true it can sometimes be a

By: Jared D Silverstone l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l May 31, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Lesley Carr

The task of finding a publisher for your book can be daunting. Even J.K. Rowling, the highly acclaimed author of the Harry Potter books, received many rejections before achieving her phenomenal

By: Lesley Carr l Book Reviews > Childrens Books l Apr 07, 2012 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
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