Why I Write for Children– Michele Clark McConnochie According to the late, great and highly prolific Terry Pratchett, “Writing is the most fun you can have by yourself.” He certainly should have known; he wrote over 70 novels after all. However, to be brutally… Continue Reading “Why I Write for Children– Michele Clark McConnochie”
The wonderful whippet of Winifred is a thriller mystery written about Winifred and her show puppy named Shumba. As Shumba begins to win, other dogs start to disappear. Freddy and Eli get together to find out who and what is behind the incidents creating… Continue Reading “The Wonderful Whippet of Winifred by Philippa Stasiuk (Book Review #563)”
Foiled is a historical speculative action storybook about two Roswel children that obtain a piece of alien technology and become fugitives. The story is set in the 1940s and Kate and Billy, aged 11, happen to share a secret that causes the CIA getting… Continue Reading “Foiled by Carey Fessler (Book Review #560)”
Berkley, A Nose Tale is a funny story about a dog who is a little different. Berkley is always sticking his nose where it does not belong. He is a beagle and basset hound mix, possessing the biggest sniffer in the litter. His nose,… Continue Reading “Berkley, A Nose Tale by David Hillman (Book Review #504)”
Twospells is a fantasy novel written for the young adult genre. The story begins with twins, Sarah and her brother. They access a library which gives them supernatural powers and lets them into a world filled with fantastic creatures.
Home Is Where the Bark Is By Stella St. Claire Genre: Cozy Mystery Willow Wells is officially an entrepreneur. With the first phase of her dog gym’s renovation complete, and a success, Willow is ready for more. A doggie spa to be exact. The plan… Continue Reading “Home Is Where the Bark Is By Stella St. Claire”