Reading should be fun, but for many children, it’s just a chore. Yet, as parents or educators, we have a
Reblogged from School Library Journal’s Teen Librarian Toolbox.
“I think we all can recognize that the middle grades are a time of great turmoil and change. If not, I’d ask that you place an average 4th grade student and an average 7th grade student in a room together and observe them for just 5 minutes. Go on, we’ll wait…”
Today I’d like to introduce you to one of the books in the fantasy Unicorn Daze series called The King
Just a quick note to let you know that I will be signing books at the Barnes and Noble of
WHERE HAVE I BEEN? Just a note to let my loyal readership, fellow bloggers, and fellow authors know that I
Most people say summer is their favorite season, but I’m an autumn gal at heart. I love the changing weather,
Saddle up and ride along. I’m always surprised to hear myself say, “I’m an author” because I wrote a book
Summer camp season is right around the corner. Your kids are either so excited that they’d tear through any book
I found my next guest on LinkedIn when I chanced upon his poetry and immediately got a Shel Silverstein vibe.
One day Brooke Trevett, a 10-year-old living in Oswego County, New York, was clearing out her personal library of