I received a copy of both books for review via NetGalley.
“A Tale of Two Mommies” by Vanita Oelshlager is a quick read children’s book about a boy who answers questions about his moms, Momma and Mommy, as he plays with two other kiddos at the beach. […] Continue reading » “Review: “A Tale of Two Mommies”, “A Tale of Two Daddies” by Vanita Oelshlager”
In The 12 Cats of Christmas by Perry Kirkpatrick, Gloria’s best friend tells her she needs a cat after her beloved dog dies. She’s not sure, but then cats start showing up on her doorstep everyday. […] Continue reading » “Review: “The 12 Cats of Christmas” by Perry Kirkpatrick 🐱”
When I was in school, we had Accelerated Reader Tests, or ARTs. I did them one year before backing out and stopping: I didn’t enjoy reading the books within my eighth grade level; I preferred the young adult/new adult mystery fiction novels by Lois Duncan (RIP) on a shelf in my journalism teacher’s room more. […] Continue reading » “How to make reading more fun”
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Other than receiving a free sample of this product to review from Greenchild Creations, I was not paid for any of the opinions or reviews expressed in this blog. […] Continue reading » “Review: Greenchild Creations”