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Book Review – Roxy Rogers: Your Destiny is Calling by Emily Siskin-Troy

Roxy Rogers: Your Destiny is Calling is a children’s book by Emily Siskin-Troy. Roxy has been groomed since she was little to play baseball. She comes from a long line of famous baseball players, so it’s expected of her. However, her dream is to sing like Aretha Franklin. Will she ever be able to make her dream come true? The story is very cute and has great illustrations. I also love the mentions of baseball history and how it was tied into the story. The story also has a great lesson: never … [Read more...]

Solomon’s Whisper by Sandra Bannan Review

Solomon’s Whisper by Sandra Bannan is the 5th novel in the Liv Bergen series. Grappling with the guilt of her family’s danger the previous Christmas, Liv is questioning her decision of joining the FBI. In an effort to get her to decide to stay, Steeter gives her a cold case to work: the kidnapping and murder of her ten-year-old niece Brianna. As she works deeper into the case, she discovers not only a string of murders, but a conspiracy that causes her to question everyone around her, and if … [Read more...]

Book Review – Killer Within by Jeff Gunhus

Killer Within is the second adult fiction book by Jeff Gunhus. He has previously written a young adult trilogy. Arnie Millhouse seems like a normal guy. He’s a millionaire, has a teenage son, and seems like a typical guy. Yet behind the mask of normality he’s a ruthless serial killer no one knows about, not even his own son. When his name pops up during the murder investigation of a high end call girl, he quickly makes plans to disappear. And chance brings him the perfect victim for a final … [Read more...]

Book Review – Prince Iggy and the Tower of Decisions by Aldo Fynn

Prince Iggy and the Tower of Decisions is the second book in the Prince Iggy series by Aldo Fynn. It’s aimed at 8 to 12 years olds. Since Iggy has escaped the Kingdom of Naysayer, he’s had several fun adventures while sailing toward the Rose Kingdom. However, after noticing a problem with the Rose Star, he and the crew blast off into space…leading to a most interesting development for Iggy. And that is only the start. Once arriving at the Rose Kingdom, he must go through the Tower of Decisions … [Read more...]

Billy and the Monster Book Blast and Giveaway!

In the first book in this epic tale, we discover that Billy loves Monster and Monster loves Billy. They play together. They have a bath together.They even go to school together. There's just one thing that threatens to spoil their friendship. Monster loves to Fart!...and everyone blames Billy for it! Will Monster make Billy the uncoolest kid at school? Will Monster cause an irreparable hole in the Ozone layer? Will Monster and Billy both learn how to behave properly in a social … [Read more...]

Book Review – Prince Iggy and the Kingdom of Naysayer by Aldo Fynn

Prince Iggy and the Kingdom of Naysayer is a kid’s story by Aldo Fynn. It’s geared for ages 8 to 12. Iggy Rose is horribly bullied on a daily basis, even by his teachers. After having his once possession, a ring, taking by King Naysayer, he finds out who he really is and winds up going on fantastical adventure. The story is very imaginative and well written. You sympathize with Iggy right from the start, being that he seems to be the only person with any sort of moral compass. Everyone else … [Read more...]

Book Review – Night Chill by Jeff Gunhus

Night Chill is the first adult novel by Jeff Gunhus. He has previously written the young adult series The Templar Chronicles. Jack Tremont moves this family to Western Maryland in an attempt to restart his life after a terrible accident. However, he finds his family caught in a nightmare when a man targets his youngest daughter in hopes to strengthen an ancient, dark power. As Jack digs deeper into the past of the town, he discovers a dark secret that reaches farther than he could ever imagine. … [Read more...]

How Andrew Got His Spots Book Review & Giveaway

How Andrew Got His Spots is a children’s book by Louis Lintvelt.  Mrs. Lintvelt has always enjoyed reading since she was young, and her two year old daughter is a source of constant inspiration for her stories.  The story follows a giraffe named Andrew who is upset that he doesn't have spots. The giraffe goes for a walk and asks several animals that he happens upon how they got their spots.  Each animal has a different story, but hearing them only makes Andrew sadder.  While taking a nap, the … [Read more...]

The Goodnight, Sleep Tight, What a Wonderful Flight Book Review & Giveaway

Goodnight, Sleep Tight, What a Wonderful Flight is a children's book by Louise Lintvelt.  Mrs. Lintvelt has always enjoyed reading since she was young, and her two year old daughter is a source of constant inspiration for her stories.  The story follows several different airplanes winding down ad going to to sleep. We get to see what the different planes do during the day and they what they do at night to go to sleep.  The planes include a fire plane, a passenger plane, crop duster, air … [Read more...]

Book Review – Tell Me A Story: A Parent’s Review of 250 Great Books for Kids by Grace Sandford

Last week, I was sent a copy of Tell Me A Story by Grace Sandford.  Tell Me A Story is a guide to the best stories and books for children.  It is broken down into age groups and has in-depth descriptions of the books. The book is broken into 5 sections depending on age.  The ages run from newborn all the way to 15.  This is a massive list of books and you can quickly see that a lot of time went into gathering all of the information.   Books range from well-known classics, like Peter Pan, to … [Read more...]