Book Review: “Kell, the Alien” by Darcy Pattison

When I first got my Kindle, I was amazed at how many fantastic books were floating around to download for free. FREE! I went kinda crazy and tried to download all the books, paying little attention to content. I now attempt to be more discerning, but it's so thrilling to be introduced to a fabulous... Continue Reading →

Book Review: “If My Moon Was Your Sun” by Andreas Steinhöfel

The first children's book I received from Plough Publishing was Charlie the Tramp by Russell and Lillian Hoban. They sent it to me bundled up in a red bandana, as though the book itself had been a traveler and needed a place to stay. It was an adorable read about a little beaver named Charlie... Continue Reading →

A Picture Worth 1000 Words

The more graphic novels I read, the more gems I find. I'm eclectic in my reading tastes. I've dabbled in everything from superheroes to fairytales. Some of my favorite graphic reads have been memoirs. I've found several middle grade pallet cleansers, like Raina Telgemeier's Smile, which I loved just as much for its sweet story as its... Continue Reading →

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