Tag: children’s book

A Book for Oreo by Caralee a Jardine (Book Review #116)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” This book is written in honor of a cat named Oreo. Oreo captures Caralee’s broken heart, the moment…

Transference by Kate Jonuska (Book Review #342)

Transference is a telepathy tale about a psychiatrist, Derek Verbenk, who has been disgraced. He practices from his home and is almost doing better until a new patient shows up, turning this situation around. With a much-emphasized humorous touch, this novel is light-hearted yet…

When Evil Cries by Eti Elbot (Book Review #99)

  When Evil Cries is a fictional story based on personal experience. Joao Adao Jovem is the heroine of this story. His behavior, mental stability, and the choices that he makes are all tainted by bad parenting and not receiving the necessary love and…

The Flash Point Project by R. A. Rios (Book Review #341)

The flash point project is a futuristic story about Tom, living in the twenty-second century and discovering an underground city that is to change his life. As if living with nightmares and the aftermath of what he has gone through so far in his…

The City that Walked Away by Andrew Ravensdale (Book Review #340)

The City That Walked Away is a dystopian -science fiction- a novella written about a wooden statue of a God. It has been abandoned for a very long time in a place called, the Old City. The statue has been left behind, and he…

GIFTS (The Spark Form Chronicles #3) by Matt Doyle (Book Review #339)

Gifts is book three of the Spark Form Chronicles. We pick up where we left off from book two. Six months have passed, and John is facing the aftermath of what happened after the tournament ended. He has a lot of turmoil and decisions to…

CARNIVAL (The Spark Form Chronicles Book 2) by Matt Doyle (Book Review #338)

Carnival is book two of the Spark Form Chronicles. The story picks up from where it left off, and it is the second day of the spark Forming World Championships. John, Fahrn, Maria, Meera, Lana, and Connor remain as enticing characters in the storyline…

A World Without Color by Bernard Jan (Book Review #337)

A World Without Color is an emotional novella about Marcel, the beloved cat, and Bernard, the owner of this beautiful animal. Bernard shares the last three days of Marcel’s life in what I found to be a very touching story. The author’s emotions and…

A Pattern for Pepper by Julie Kraulis (Book Review#85)

Pepper is a beautiful girl looking for the right pattern fabric for a dress she wishes to wear for an important event. It is her grandmother’s birthday, and she is invited for cake and tea. Pepper’s mother takes her to the tailor in hopes…