Peeps in bloom is a children’s literature book about Meg and Isaac. They are two sixth-graders who have been given a mission to set a personal goal for the school year. They both go to the Garrett Grove Elementary School.
You are special is a poetic children’s book. The story is lyrical, short, and perfect for young readers. It represents the notion of being special no matter who you are.
Sally sensational sense is a children’s book story about how Sally has a strong sense of smell and finds it troublesome, but her parents and sister think everything is fine.
Calvin the Christmas tree is a children’s book about Calvin, a baby Christmas tree who wants to grow fast so he too can be picked for Christmas. Everyone encourages him to eat his vitamins and drink a lot of water; this way, his branches… Continue Reading “Calvin the Christmas Tree by Stephen G. Bowling (Book Review #1179)￼￼”
Simon’s Search for the Scary Dragon is a children’s book about Simon, a young bird hearing about rumors that a scary dragon, flies around the barn. He is determined to find him, so the adventure begins with his barnyard friends.
Fearful is a children’s book about a twelve-year-old boy who gets in trouble being desperate to become an influencer. He finds a phone abandoned and thinks this is it, but the phone is cursed, and he has to face many troubles with his friends… Continue Reading “Fearful by Christian Nava (Book Review #1141)￼”
The day the sun didn’t rise is a children’s book and begins with Phoebe landing on Earth meeting Adelia in search of the sun. Phoebe is sent by the moon and is the only one courageous enough to make the trip looking for the… Continue Reading “The Day the Sun Didn’t Rise by Robert Bossler (Book Review #1131) ￼”
The Captain’s daughter is a children’s book science fiction story and begins with Diane and Robin, two sisters having fun horseback riding and relaxing on their family ranch. Captain William March of the Starship Polaris is their father, and when the girls don’t come… Continue Reading “The Captain’s Daughters by Doreen D. Berger (Book Review #1066)￼”