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Children’s Books for Presidents’ Day

Contrary to what many elementary school children think, we don’t celebrate President’s Day just so we can have four consecutive days off of school in the winter, although that is an added bonus for some. We celebrate this holiday to honor our nation’s past presidents. The term Presidents’ Day is the name commonly used for… Continue reading Children’s Books for Presidents’ Day

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And now for something completely different: Q&A With Author M.D. Whalen

My guest today, Larry Feign, (aka. M.D. Whalen) writes for both children and adults and has had a fascinating career which has encompassed writing, illustrating, publishing, and more. Among other things, he authored a political and lifestyle comic strip for many years for a prominent Hong Kong publication. His work has been featured in Time… Continue reading And now for something completely different: Q&A With Author M.D. Whalen

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Best Children’s Books for Valentine’s Day

This post by Melissa Taylor is reblogged from Imagination Soup. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, now is the perfect time to get special children’s books to give and read. From sweet to silly to yes, even gross, find the best kids’ books for the holiday. I’ve divided the books into board books for babies… Continue reading Best Children’s Books for Valentine’s Day

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What I Want to Accomplish in 2019 Even if I Don’t Win the Lottery – Blog Hop

The start of a new year is like a blank slate, and we don’t know what will be written upon it. Even if we don’t hold that winning lottery ticket, there are loads of things we can engrave on it. My writerly pals and I are sharing our hopes – on the writing road and… Continue reading What I Want to Accomplish in 2019 Even if I Don’t Win the Lottery – Blog Hop

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Q&A With Author Lisa Mullan

Please welcome Lisa Mullan–UK scientist, teacher, and children’s book author of two exciting educational series about the science of DNA. Q. Hi Lisa! Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your books. A. Hello, Shana, and thanks for inviting me today. I have a PhD in biochemistry and have spent most of my… Continue reading Q&A With Author Lisa Mullan

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12 Picture Books About the Wonder of Winter

The holidays may be over, but the fun of winter has just begun. So cuddle up on the sofa and enjoy some new and old favorites to celebrate the season of winter with your child–all while staying warm and indoors. 1. The Biggest Snowman Ever by Steven KrollPaperback | AudiobookA sequel to the New York… Continue reading 12 Picture Books About the Wonder of Winter

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Cover of the Month Contestant

I was excited to find out this morning that my new book has been nominated for Cover of The Month at AllAuthor.com. Please take a few seconds to vote for me and help me win! I appreciate your support! Click here to vote: https://allauthor.com/cover-of-the-month/3608/

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Holiday Books: Four More Christmas Reads!

To wrap up my holiday books roundup today, I’ve got four more delightful titles to share with you. I hope you’ll check them out. Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas! P.I. Penguin and the Case of the Christmas Lights by Bec J Smith. Illustrated by Adit Galih For ages 5-8 This holiday, P.I. Penguin… Continue reading Holiday Books: Four More Christmas Reads!