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15 Patriotic Picture Books for Kids

Reblogged from Homeschool Preschool The Red, White, & Blue is just a few weeks away. It’s a good time to stock up on/order/borrow/download some books to get ready for the occasion. Kids can learn so much from educational books disguised as fun! Here are a few suggestions: Celebrate the 4th of July with a basket… Continue reading 15 Patriotic Picture Books for Kids

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5 Picture Books to Inspire Summer Adventures

Reblogged from The Children’s Book Review Sponsored by Two LionsLauren Kerstein | The Children’s Book Review | May 21, 2019 The lure of summer is so strong—almost like a living, breathing, palpable force. Endless days of sunshine, adventures, and courageous firsts stretch ahead of us as we inch our way to this magical time. The following books… Continue reading 5 Picture Books to Inspire Summer Adventures

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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!

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Holiday Books: Story Bird Dance and the Snowbird Ballet

Today in our holiday roundup I’d like to introduce a wonderful early middle grade book, Story Bird Dance and the Snowbird Ballet by author Yolanda King. The illustrations are done by artist Pia Reyes and the book is part of a series called Story Bird Dance. Story Bird Dance and the Snowbird Ballet The first… Continue reading Holiday Books: Story Bird Dance and the Snowbird Ballet

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Holiday Books: December Celebrations

My next installment in the holiday books roundup comes to us from Dr. Terance Shipman who hails from the great state of Georgia. He writes an absolutely delightful picture book series called Mr. Shipman’s Kindergarten Chronicles. Having spent over a decade teaching kindergarten in his early years, it’s my guess that at least some aspects… Continue reading Holiday Books: December Celebrations

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Holiday Books: A Nose for Teddy

Hello readers and writers. My latest undertaking here on Rosco’s Reading Room is to prepare to kick off my upcoming Christmas-themed release, Rosco the Rascal and the Holiday Lights (which is coming soon). I’m very excited about the new release, but I’m also finding it hard to be patient while I wait for all of… Continue reading Holiday Books: A Nose for Teddy

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Q&A With Author Margaret Welwood

Please welcome Canadian picture book author Margaret Welwood to Rosco’s Reading Room. Q. Hi Margaret and thanks for stopping by today. Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your books. A. “When God closes a door, He opens a window,” said a friend when I was laid off from my delightful, fulfilling career… Continue reading Q&A With Author Margaret Welwood

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Q&A With Author Jeff Whitcher

I found my next guest on LinkedIn when I chanced upon his poetry and immediately got a Shel Silverstein vibe. He not only composes the verse but he illustrates them, too. I had to know more so I asked him for an interview. I think you’ll like his work, if you take a little peek.… Continue reading Q&A With Author Jeff Whitcher