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Inspiration Journal: Don’t Let Anyone Ever Dull Your Sparkle

In an era where the over-achiever students are sometimes outnumbered from the average students in a classroom, you can sometimes see the competiveness between your child and your child’s circle of friends. 516 more words

The Year of the Book

Bibliographic Information                                                                                                                        The Year of the Book by Andrea Chengand, Illustrated by Abigail Halpin                             Published: 2012, Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers                                                 Paperback-146 pages, ISBN13: 9780544022638… 356 more words


Welcome, Barbara Becker Holstein!

A warm welcome to fellow author, Barbara Becker Holstein! We’re here celebrating her tween book, The Truth, Diary of a Gutsy Tween!  The title alone invites interest! 1,007 more words

Brenda Maxfield

Books With Kids: Books to Movies

There have been an influx of young-adult books that have been made into movies such as Divergent by Veronica Roth, THE FAULT IN OUR STARS by John Green and THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER by Stephen Chbosky. 375 more words

J's BookTalks: Poetic Novels for the Young Reader

Ever since my first BookTalk post, I have been rigorously searching and reading more fiction novels written in poetic verse. Either at the library or browsing Goodreads, I have come up with some pretty amazing finds and I’m really excited to share them all with you! 952 more words

Juvenile Fiction

Book Review : WhipEye by Geoffrey Saign!


Today I am reviewing a Middle Grade/ Tween adventure book titled WhipEye by Geoffrey Saign. More about the author:

Geoffrey Saign can often be found looking for interesting critters, and magic, while swimming, snorkeling, sailing, or hiking in the woods. 707 more words

Book Reviews

The Cay

The Cay by Theodore Taylor

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Cay is an adventurous work of fiction that shows a beautiful relationship between Phillip and Timothy, the story of a blind white boy and an elderly black man stranded together on a Caribbean island during World War II. 238 more words