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Happy #ChildrensBookWeek!

If anyone truly knows me, they’ll know that I have ALWAYS been a huge Children’s book fan. I can still remember being captivated by all the illustrations wanting to know who the illustrator was and how they’d do the “magical” things they’d do. 173 more words


Never too young to start on the arts

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

Hitch a ride with the Lohs and you may catch seven-year-old Marc and five-year-old Samuel belting out tunes from the musical Les Miserables. 1,779 more words

Current Affairs

Words have power

Towards the end of the book, Curley’s Papaw says, “Never take any word for granted… they all have the power to shape our world.”

Throughout the book, we’ve watched Curley learn word after word – eradicate, fallible, gullible, persist, untenable, venerable – as his world is changed.  174 more words

Book Review

Calling all comic fans!

Save the date – Saturday 7 May is free Comic Book Day! And libraries are taking part, courtesy of the lovely folks at Forbidden Planet… 150 more words


Why is Great-Grandma So Sad?

Title: Why is Great-Grandma So Sad?
Author: Susan Heagy
Illustrator: Emunah
Publisher: Yattir Publishing
ISBN: 978-0-9969092-0-4

“Come sit with me and I will tell you how brave Great-Grandma was! 414 more words


Jimmy, Super Kid (part one)

Author’s note: The first two of the following pages appear in almost the same form in the children’s book: Herb. The story, after the first two pages, follows a completely different path. 1,651 more words