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Cat Secrets Review

Cat Secrets by Jef Czekaj My rating: 5 of 5 stars So, you want to know all about cat secrets? You have to read this book! This is the only book that will tell you! But you must pass their tests before they will reveal their secrets. Do you have what it takes? Oh the […]

A little thing I forgot!

I wanted to post these pictures on my previous post about Green Eggs and Ham. We do not eat pork in our family, so the ham was left out! 😀 So, here they are, without further comment, for your enjoyment! 😀

My Favorite Picture Book Blogfest

He is Sam He is Sam-I-Am That Sam-I-Am That Sam-I-Am We do so LOVE that Sam-I-Am Do you like Green Eggs And Ham? I do so love them, Sam-I-Am. I do so love Green Eggs And Ham! Would you read it Here or there? I had to read it here or there. I had to […]

Poetrees review

Poetrees by Douglas Florian My rating: 3 of 5 stars Upon receiving this book you will immediately know it is quite unique. The spine is the top and you open the book by flipping up, not from side to side. A rather interesting quirk that leaves me kind of frustrated because, you know, when you […]

Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus Review

Yes, Virginia: There Is a Santa Claus by Chris Plehal My rating: 5 of 5 stars Oh what an amazing book to read! When your child comes to you asking that glorious question, “Is Santa real?” this is the book to read with them! I absolutely LOVE this answer. I’ve been telling this to my […]

I Love You THIS Much Review

I Love You This Much by Lynn Hodges My rating: 4 of 5 stars This is a lovely book to read to children. It’s rhyme and rhythm make is a joy and very easy to read aloud. I love it’s use of opposites as well. And, it can very easily be used as a beginning […]

The Law of Nines Review

The Law of Nines by Terry Goodkind My rating: 3 of 5 stars If you’ve read Terry Goodkind’s Sword of Truth Series, you will be familiar with the premise of this book. At the end of Confessor, Richard Rahl opens a gateway to another world where those without the spark of magic and those who […]

Critique Group rejection — Just as bad as an MS rejection?

Currently, I am a part of an online critique group that I love. I love the interactions, support, and guidance that we all share with each other. I love the convenience of it. But you know what I don’t like about it? We can never meet face to face and have the personal time that […]

Jacques & Spock

Jacques & Spock by David Michael Slater My rating: 5 of 5 stars A wonderful tale of two socks, a matching pair, until one day they were separated. They were identical brothers, one for the left foot, one for the right. However, their personalities were as opposite as the feet they kept warm. One was […]


I am an official Winner of the PiBoIdMo 2010! Yay! I do solemnly swear that I have faithfully executed the PiBoIdMo 30-ideas-in-30-days challenge, and will, to the best of my ability, parlay my ideas into picture book manuscripts. I completed 32 ideas in the month of November. But woke up on 1 December and couldn’t […]

Elliot’s Dreams

http://media.storybird.com/embedplayer/bin/StoryplayerEmbed.swfElliot’s Dreams on Storybird Elliot’s Dreams by LadyJai on Storybird Not sure how many people have been introduced to StoryBird’s challenge for November. I was only recently introduced when I read Megan Bickel‘s Like A Barrel Of Monkeys story and was inspired to play with my own. It was loads of fun. In fact, it […]

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