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Reader's Bill of Rights (by Daniel Pennac)

A classic list to many readers.  Love this for students and adults.

Reader’s Bill of Rights

by Daniel Pennac (French children’s book author)

1. The right to not read… 46 more words

Children's Books

Bedtime Mischief

Title of book: Bedtime Mischief

Time length to read: 4-7 min

Age recommended: 3 and up

Author: Julia Randall

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform… 355 more words

Her Earliest Work

Someday, if I publish a book that people read and love, someone might want to interview me. And, if I’m lucky enough to pen a bestseller, and my name begins to be mispronounced* on tongues all over the literary world, someone might want to know, “But what was her… 1,079 more words


Trailer Reveal and Giveaway of Giant Box-O-Books!

By Jen Malone

Oh. Holy. Yikes! My book releases NEXT month and today I’m super-excited to share the trailer for it. Of course, I figured I’d make it just as much fun for you as it is for me, by sweetening things with a giant giveaway. 280 more words

Children's Books

1947: Miss Hickory (finally, a decapitation)


Laurinda’s Rating: 1.5

The 1947 Newbery Medal Winner, Miss Hickory, is about a doll made from twigs and a hickory nut. Forgotten under the lilac bush when the family leaves, Miss Hickory is abandoned to fend for herself. 257 more words

Book Review

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

It’s Monday! is a weekly meme hosted over at Book Journey that allows bloggers to post a sort of wrap-up of the past week while also looking to the week ahead. 338 more words


in which a giveaway winner is selected, and my book appears on goodreads

So first and foremost, THE GIVEAWAY! We had one last week, and I didn’t get a chance to pick the winner on Friday like I promised because I was on an uninhabited island seven miles off the coast of Maine1 where wifi was a fallacy. 420 more words