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Hey I saw you wrote a children's book (I think) about amniotic band syndrome, I was curious if you had it yourself? I apologize if I missed it in some way. 202 more words

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J.R.R. Tolkien was a staunch defender of the appropriateness of fairy tales and fantasy for both children and adults but in his seminal essay “On Fairy-Stories,” he acknowledged that some stories need to be “sized” for children. 1,029 more words

Children's Book Critique Group Blog

The Top Ten Tips to get Children into Books

Reading a book is one of life’s purest pleasures and children’s books in particular open a door into an enchanted world peopled with fairies, goblins, wizards and talking bears. 1,302 more words

Children's Books

Author Interview - Marie Lavender

Today I have an interview for you with author Marie Lavender about her book A Little Magick.

Short author bio: Bestselling multi-genre author of UPON YOUR RETURN and 20 other books. 967 more words


Marie Lavender reblogged this on Marie Lavender- Multi-genre Author and commented:

Check out a cool interview on Ch'kara Silverwolf's blog! :D

Noah's Ark (Little Words Matter)

Holli Conger has illustrated a darling Bible themed board book, Noah’s Ark (Little Words Matter). The drawings, which illustrate the story of Noah and the flood, are quite adorable, and each set of two pages includes one word that describes the illustrated scene, such as “ark” or “thankful.” In all, there are twenty-four pages in the book (and therefore, twelve scenes and twelve words). 94 more words

Book Reviews

About Ya Sin: a hifdh journey in America

Ya Sin: a hifdh journey in America picks up largely where A Qur’aanic Odyssey: Towards Juz ‘Amma left off and once again we meet familiar characters Ibrahim, Amna, Khadija, Abdurrahman, Nani and Nonna, as well as other names and faces. 281 more words


The Secret Shortcut, by Mark Teague

Have you ever been late for school or work and no one believed your excuse? Wendell and Floyd have the worst luck.  The first day they go to school, they are nearly captured by space creatures.  135 more words

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