Flashback Fridays: Cross the highways of fantasy . . .

You’re a teenage girl who finds herself swept out of the contemporary world of Earth and into another world–one of strange people, languages and magic.  It seems you’ve been sent to this world, not on accident, but with a purpose, and that purpose will lead you to adventure. 903 more words

General Posts

Night Light Philosophy.

Every night, when the lights go out (and sometimes before) I begin to hear little noises…. And see shadows darting by. Yes. I have mice. Not the pet kind that strange people PAY for at the pet store. 538 more words

Widgets Galore

Felix the Comet is springing up all over the internet in availability! I have added an array of widgets in my side bar to the right that will lead you directly to your device or site of choice!! 49 more words

Hooray leak

I am getting really close to completion of the line drawings for the book. This is kinda why the last few posts I have been just keeping tabs on what my current research has been regarding coloring the artwork. 159 more words

Children's Book

September Book haul

I have been so incredibly busy that I just have not had a chance to review any of the books I read last month but I can tell you I highly enjoyed the two children’s reads Princess Academy by Shannon Hale and Fairest by Gail Carson Levine. 341 more words


Should UK Children's Books Be Non-Gender Specific


Publishing Perspectives Article: March 19 2014: 

Dennis Abrams

The Guardianreports that “a national campaign to stop children’s books being labeled as ‘for boys’ or ‘for girls’ has won the support of Britain’s largest specialist bookseller Waterstones, as well as children’s laureate Malorie Blackman, poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy, Philip Pullman and a handful of publishers.”

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Scholastic Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month With Some Favorite Books

By Concetta Gleason
Editorial & Creative Coordinator for Scholastic’s Club Leo

Hispanic Heritage Month officially kicked off Monday – September 15th – and lasts until October 15th. 961 more words

Latin@ Literature