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Interview with Debut Author Christy E. Bykowski, author of ‘Gluten Free Me: Beckmin Goes to School’

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Written for children to help them understand and talk about celiac disease, but also informative for adults. Read More »

Interview with Author Maryann Tatro of ‘Milton the Square Shell Turtle’

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"Reading will bond a child and parent closer, even from birth." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Milton the Square Shell Turtle’ by Maryann Tatro


Milton teaches us to be okay with who we are and that sometime home is the best place to be. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The OWL Who Couldn’t WHOO’ by LeeAnna Kail

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We don't need to change who we are or do things to make people like us. Read More »

Meet Debut Author and Photographer Sarah E. Sauer

Animals have helped Sarah,, a childhood brain cancer survivor, in ways no person ever could. Read More »

Book Review: Baby Come Home by Elizabeth Kail Arnita

Children will learn valuable life lessons as Baby journeys from his beautiful garden and into the big world around him. Read More »

Interview: Author Elizabeth Kail Arnita Gives More Than the Love of Reading to Children

All proceeds from Baby Come Home and future books will assist children who would otherwise have little hope of a desirable future. Read More »

Meet Shirley Kufeldt, Debut Author of the Bible Bites Series

Shirley Kufeldt’s Bible Bites booklets, small pocket-sized monthly journals that include current prayer requests, are focused daily Scripture for journaling and reflection. Read More »

Spotlight Interview with Maggie Lyons, Author of Vin and the Dorky Duet

Maggie Lyons favorite part of writing for young people is indulging in all that childlike innocence, enthusiasm, and imaginative freedom. Read More »

Interview: Meet Author Alyce Joy, Author of KA-BOOM!

Alyce Joy hopes every child who reads her stories will look forward to each new adventure, as her favorite fairy becomes entangled into many outrageous happenstances. Read More »