Tag: Children’s Fiction

Why I Write for Children– Michele Clark McConnochie

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 Fog by Kyo Maclear (Book Review#80)

Warble is a bird that likes human watching. It sounds ironic as it’s normal for humans to go bird watching. Anyhow, this little bird loves what he does. He takes notes and enjoys observing the Island that he lives on. This island is called Icyland, and it… Continue Reading “The Fog by Kyo Maclear (Book Review#80)”

Princess Lemonella by Saarein te Brake / Sassafras de Bruyn (Book Review #79)

The Kingdom of Cornichon welcomes a baby girl, Princess Ella. This princess does not smile, laugh or behave in any joyful way. Her parents, the king, and the queen try their hardest to create a situation where she would smile, but nothing gives in,… Continue Reading “Princess Lemonella by Saarein te Brake / Sassafras de Bruyn (Book Review #79)”

I Want a Friend by Anne Boothe, Amy Proud (Book Review #78)

Arthur is in search of a play buddy. He does not know how to approach another child and ask if he could play with them. Instead, he thinks of ways to trap them or force them to be his friend. That sounds like fun.… Continue Reading “I Want a Friend by Anne Boothe, Amy Proud (Book Review #78)”