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Change of Plans....

Fam, here’s the thing… I had a whole ‘notha plan for my July book of the month.

But inspired by Matthew Cherry’s #HBOAccess deal to adapt his Oscar-winning animated short, #HairLove into the series, #YoungLove….And with the #Pixar #Disney animated movie, #Soul premiering soon… I just had to pull my children’s book #NanasFridge off the shelf and show it love! 53 more words

On Writing

A Rather Funny "Tail"

Okay, friends. Gather around, because I have a story to tell.

When I was a little girl, my mother used to take me to all kinds of book fairs and craft shows and “white elephant” sales. 611 more words


Picture Book Monday!

Another fortnight, another picture book monday! I swear I will get back to sharing other books soon, the end of term followed by this weird lockdown limbo time where I’m not really sure what to do with myself means my reading and ‘creativity’ has taken a knock. 383 more words

Book Review

Hello Universe

by Erin Entrada Kelly

This is a great story for boys and girls, ages 8-12.  It focuses on four middle schoolers who, for different reasons, do not seem to fit in with their classmates.  59 more words


Book Review: Secret Doors: The Challenge by Brian D. Meeks

What if a girl who lost everything met a boy who had nothing? How might it change their lives?

For Abby and Stevie it’s the start of their Thanksgiving break. 463 more words


Mini Summer Reading Camp (at home!) with Rabbit and Robot: The Sleepover

If you need a few more activities to get through July before school starts back (in some form or fashion), here is a free summer reading camp… 831 more words

Children's Books

The Lost Soul Atlas

I was lucky enough to request and be approved to read an early copy of this on netgalley in exchange for an honest review. All views and opinions are my own. 1,069 more words