In 2013 Neil Gaiman released his masterful, fresh children’s novel, Fortunately, the Milk. Simultaneously released as two separate versions. The American version featured the lovable artwork of Skottie Young. 285 more words
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What’s it all about?:
The Horse and his Boy is a stirring and dramatic fantasy story that finds a young boy named Shasta on the run from his homeland with the talking horse, Bree. 698 more words
How did I get it?:
I borrowed it from Beth!
The Horse and his Boy is a stirring and dramatic fantasy story that finds a young boy named Shasta on the run from his homeland with the talking horse, Bree. 280 more words
Cheeno Sayuno’s Super Boyong Wears a Malong
Moderator, Eugene Evasco
Nakatuon ang maikling kuwentong pambata ni Cheeno Sayuno para sa mga mambabasa mula middle-grade hanggang high school. 316 more words
Let’s talk doughnuts. Which do you fancy– cake or raised? Powdered, cinnamon sugar, glazed, chocolate dipped, or frosted?
Though in the past I’ve dallied with lemon-filled, jelly, maple glazed, vanilla iced with sprinkles, and even (gasp!) gotten a bit risqué with a warm cruller or two, my true loyalty lies with the plain glazed ring doughnut, the fresher and softer the better. 1,043 more words
Welcome to our stop on the Dragons are Real blog tour!
The blog tour is coordinated by BeachBoundBooks. Dragons are Real is a charming children’s book written by Valarie Budayr and illustrated by Michael Welply. 735 more words
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Meg Rosoff tonight received the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award from Swedish Minister for Culture and Democracy Mrs. Alice Bah Kuhnke. In her acceptance speech she expressed both praise and criticism. 383 more words