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Interview: Maranda Russell, Author of ‘From Both Sides: A Look into the World of Foster Care from Those Who Know It Best’

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The author talks about the writing life, growing up and living with Asperger's, and ice cream. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Cherished Memories’ by Sylvia Rouss

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Cherished Memories by Sylvia Rouss is a story about seeing the beauty in something old and stained. Amy asked her Grandma if she could select fabric to assist her with making a gown for a play that she would be in. Turns out, the fabric looks just like the fabric on the old, worn kitchen chairs in her Grandma’s house. ... Read More »

Interview: Carole P. Roman, Author of The ‘Captain No Beard’ Series

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"If we understand other people and the reasons others do things, perhaps there will be more tolerance in the world." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Awesome King’ by Juliet P. Graham

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"I do not care about being humiliated in the eyes of mere men." Read More »

Comic Review: ‘My Hero? An UglyDoll Comic’ by Sun Min Kim, David Horvath, Travis Nichols, Ian McGinty, DevilRobots, Junko Mizuno

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A quirky look at the world of superheros from an UglyDoll point of view. Read More »

Interview: Camille Matthews, Author of ‘Quincy and Buck’

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"My favorite part of writing for children is staying with the simplicity and resonance of the words . . ." Read More »

Interview: Barry Rudner, Author of ‘Silent Voice’

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"Aspiring children's authors must learn the word 'rewrite.'" Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Sparkle Egg’ by Jill Hardie

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Learning to forgive yourself is the key message of Jill Hardie's latest children's book. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Spartan & The Green Egg’ by Nabila Khashoggi

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With its vibrant illustrations by Manuel Cadag in a comic book style presentation, I have to say that we more than enjoyed the book. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Whaley’s Big Adventure’ by Alexander Luke

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I look forward to seeing what the innocent mind of Alexander comes up with next to teach us as we grow and learn together. Read More »