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Book Review: ‘Art In The Blood, A Sherlock Holmes Adventure,’ by Bonnie Macbird


In "Art in the Blood, A Sherlock Holmes Adventure" Bonnie Macbird has given us back the Sherlock Holmes of old, one whose flaws are a constant battle who yet maintains a sense of panache that creates trust in those who rely on him. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Whistling Women’ by Kelly Romo


In Kelly Romo's novel, we are introduced to the lengths that people will go to when in trouble or need. Read More »

Book Review: ‘My Mother, My Mentor,’ by Pamela F. Lenehan


Children of working mothers are thriving and beautifully positioned for adulthood, according to a new book by former Wall Street executive Pamela F. Lenehan in "My Mother, My Mentor" which shows that integrating career and family benefits kids — and in some surprising ways. Read More »

Interview: Michelle Beber, Author of ‘Angels, Angels, Everywhere’

Michelle Beber

"The words in my book were literally Divinely inspired, and I know they were given to me as a blessing for my continued faith and trust." Read More »

Interview: Dr. Liane Brouillette, Author of ‘Help Your Child to Thrive: Making the Best of a Struggling Public Education System’

help your child to thrive

"After writing two academic books about public schools, I recognized there was a need for a book that would explain these same issues to a broader audience." Read More »

How Do You Encourage Creative, Imaginative Play?

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Book Review: ‘Closed Doors’ by Lisa O’Donnell


Listening behind closed doors all types of secrets emerge. What happens when the listener is a child that doesn't understand the words? Read More »

Family Game Review: ‘Gathering a Garden’


With its exceptional quality and eye-catching art, 'Gathering a Garden' makes for a great family game and can spur discussion of one’s own garden. Read More »

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


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

Alice Walker’s Daughter Swings the Feminist Pendulum


It isn't good enough to disavow a belief system. Read More »