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Tag Archives: kids’ stories
#BOOK REVIEWS: Enjoy this romp across the stage with Lilah Dill as she digs into the contents of her new magic kit. Her Nana Belle bangs along on the piano, adding to the fun, then Lilah’s dad in his quest … Continue reading →
I’ll get that gopher yet!–Heart, 3/15/2016 Heart is well on her way in her search for Spring. We’ll see what other amusing Springtime photos we can come up with once a week or so. Good luck in your searches!
Interview with C.T. Markee.
Interview with J.L. Jusaitis.
In this era of high tech electronics, many often say they’d like to go back to the simple life. Others, my friend A included, admit “Not me. Life was tough back then.” Consider the simple water wheel and how it … Continue reading →
Once again, C.T. Markee delivers an action-packed story that appeals to pre-teen and teen boys with his book DEMON INVASION, second of the Otherworld Tales. While boys, especially, will enjoy this snowboarding adventure, girls will like it too for the loyalty … Continue reading →
Mrs. Feeney and the Grubby Garden Gang written by Sandy Baker is an excellent picture book for children, ages six to nine years. The story enlightens the reader with the way a neighborhood problem is solved by working together. The … Continue reading →