Looking for some ideas to keep the kids busy on Thanksgiving Day? I found a few free printables and some games to share with you. I even checked the links to make sure you don’t have to download any superfluous … Continue reading Easy Thanksgiving Day Fun for the Kids
Summer vacation has just begun at our house and so has what I like to call the overplaying-of-video-games season. This week on the blog I’m featuring an author who writes, among other books, a series for kids inspired by the … Continue reading Q&A With Authoring Trio Bec J. Smith
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. … Continue reading 12 Picture Books About the Wonder of Winter
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 … Continue reading Holiday Books: Four More Christmas Reads!
In only a few weeks we’ll be setting back our clocks by one hour to observe Daylight Savings Time. So what, you say? Big deal, you say? Let’s make a fun day out of it, I say! San Diego’s own … Continue reading San Diego Fall Back Festival 2018
One day Brooke Trevett, a 10-year-old living in Oswego County, New York, was clearing out her personal library of hundreds of books when she was struck with an idea: why not put these books directly into the hands of … Continue reading Brooke’s Books Project
Today I’ve got a first for Rosco’s Reading Room and I couldn’t be more excited to share it with you: video. It’s a video in which my guest blogger, author and illustrator Nathaniel Gold, discusses and illustrates on screen, the … Continue reading My Meeting With Henry Chimpman
Please welcome New Zealand author, guest blogger, and creative writing teacher, Helen Vivienne Fletcher, as she discusses ways to help children learn to love the art of writing. Help! My Kid Hates Writing! What should I do? I often hear … Continue reading Help! My Kid Hates Writing! What Should I Do?
…I admit, my first queries were rough, but I kept at it and eventually found my nitch. In 2011, I sold my first story to AppleSeeds and soon after, Faces magazine… Continue reading The Write Stuff—An Author’s Journey, Jennifer Buchet
My guest today is a man who not only writes books for children, but juggles that currently with his busiest time of year, tax preparation season. Please welcome children’s author, Michael Cascio. Q. Hi Michael. Please tell us a little … Continue reading Q&A With Author Michael Cascio