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 … Continue reading 5 Picture Books to Inspire Summer Adventures

Two Resources for Writers Seeking to Publish a Children’s Book

I am frequently asked questions about how to publish a children’s book, and since I barely seem to have enough time to self-publish my own books these days, 😉 yet I like to be helpful to good people who ask an honest question, I want to make a few reccomendations to those of you who could benefit by some well-vetted resources. I also believe in karma and I’m well aware that I’d be nowhere with the whole publishing thing if a lot of good people hadn’t lent a hand when I asked. So, enjoy! 1.) The first one is Mary … Continue reading Two Resources for Writers Seeking to Publish a Children’s Book

Brightly’s Egg-cellent Book Gifts for Your Little Bunny’s Easter Basket

“With Easter quickly approaching, it’s a good idea to have some basket stuffers in mind, and nothing makes a better (or less sugary) gift than a book. Here are some of my favorite Easter books, any of which would make … Continue reading Brightly’s Egg-cellent Book Gifts for Your Little Bunny’s Easter Basket

Science/Fiction: Q&A With Author Tracy Borgmeyer

My guest today, Tracy Borgmeyer and her science-themed middle grade books are of particular interest to me because I have a daughter (who’s fifteen now) who actually loves science and is thinking of focusing on it in some way when … Continue reading Science/Fiction: Q&A With Author Tracy Borgmeyer