Childrens book

Sayni and the Windowjet Brothers by Garth Laidlaw (Book Review #202)

This review was kindly requested by Garth Laidlaw  Sayni and the Windowjet Brothers is a children’s book written about a town named Candleton. Ironically it is lit by candles hence, the name. There is this little ten-year-old girl named, Sayni. She has a compass and has been told by the elders in her town that if she uses it correctly, the compass will guide her through her life. She normally walks around collecting things for her compass and some days, she fails []

Poor Unfortunate Soul by Serena Valentino (Book Review #176)

Ursula is full of hatred and wants revenge. The revenge is on a much higher scale than anyone could fathom. She wants her brother, Triton, dead. She knows that she cannot accomplish this with her powers alone. Although Ursula possesses one of the strongest magical powers of all, she still needs help. Hence, she approaches the three witch sisters. As her luck might have it, they too are looking for the powerful sea witch. Their sister Circe has left them and they []

The Disenchanted Wizard by Mike Crowl (Book Review #168)

This review was requested by Mike Crowl. The third children’s book in the Grimhilderness series is The Disenchanted Wizard. I, unfortunately, have not read the first two books and my review is purely based on the third book alone. I did, however, notice that the author has mentioned that the third book is a stand alone and will then be put together with the first two books after the fourth is written. My recommendation, having read the third book would be to not []

“Kids on Trump: America’s Children on President Trump” by Marie Korman & Freida Raj

This review was kindly requested by Marie Korman. Kids on Trump is a short non-fiction book about creating opportunities for children to grow by giving value to what they think. The book begins with interviewing a 10-year-old kid, asking her questions about Trump. The questions are all very generic and the answers are pretty funny. The girl is completely against Trump and wants nothing to do with him. In between these interviews, there are exercises for the reader. I found the workshop []

“Star Bright” By Carole P. Roman

  Star Bright”  By Carole P. Roman Ugh, a one star review ruins my near perfect rating of one of my books. The reviewer didn’t get it. I put too much information in or maybe it wasn’t enough. The illustrations were poorly done, sometimes it’s too light, other times too dark. They want to know why I put a certain fact in, or how could I have gotten it so wrong, didn’t I research, they demand! Writing a book is a personal []

That’ll Preach! 5 Simple Steps to Your Best Sermon Ever by Charley Reed (Book Review #174)

This review was kindly requested by Charley Reeb That’ll Preach is a religious book providing a 5-step plan for performing a sermon that assists in transforming lives, in the name of Christ. As you all may know, a Sermon is a lecture or talk conducted by a religious institution or a clergyman. They discuss and address biblical, theological and moral topics, which suppose to better humans in living better, in the Christian way. In this case, the book assists in providing a []