Here is a Halloween story. I hope you’ll like it.
Who is it for? Why anyone, anyone who likes to read or be read to. Some grown-ups read children’s stories. 88 more words
Today I am pleased and excited to be a stop on a blog tour for debut PB Author Laurie Wallmark. She’ll be talking about her wonderful historical PB about the life of Ada Byron Lovelace, the first female computer programmer. 972 more words
Today it is my pleasure to bring you a post featuring one of my favorite children’s book illustrators, Karen Romagna. Karen tells us a bit about how she came to illustration and the projects she’s working on. 1,007 more words
On Friday evening, 10-16-15, I had the honor of participating in the annual Teacher Appreciation Evening at the Barnes & Noble on Parsonage Rd. In Edison, NJ. 89 more words
Writing prompts are an extremely important part of a childhood development. You might be asking “Why is it so important?” or “What do writing prompts have to do with childhood development?” When children are exposed to writing at a young age they learn to think and create and might learn lessons that you never thought of teaching them. 768 more words