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Submissions open (again)

We have now moved to a quarterly publication. This gives us, the regulars, more time to make our work as good as it can be and you, our guest contributors, to work on your own contributions. 41 more words


Baby Faces for Baby Faces (a list)!

Who knew that babies really like to look at other babies?

Well, lots of people, really, but I’m here to let you all know again that babies love looking at other babies and faces in particular. 543 more words


Shel Silverstein: Poetry for Little Ears

I had meant to write a post about Silverstein for our poetry month a while ago, but life (literally) got in the way.

Silverstein, who had never meant to write children’s literature and who actually never even… 587 more words

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Review: Crank by Ellen Hopkins

Crank by Ellen Hopkins was… tough. To tell you the truth, I didn’t really like it at all but I could not put it down. 757 more words


July 2015: Poetry and Verse Novel Month


This month’s theme is poetry and verse novel month – because there are so many poems and verse novels that we couldn’t wait any longer to write about them. 97 more words

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July theme


We’ve had some fun this year, but now we’re getting serious. Our theme for July’s issue will be


Modern, ancient, literal and figurative. 18 more words


The Allure of Hollywood

I’m not sure of anything that boosts a book’s sales like a movie deal. The recent influx in teen books transformed into film has adults scrambling for copies of… 771 more words

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