The Gift of Reading

When I say that I believe reading is a gift, it is a message that comes from my heart. The joy–and even sorrow–that comes from a book can be a comforting companion. The emotions and thoughts they provoke unrivaled. It is something that I want all children (and adults) to experience. It is why you will always find books underneath our Christmas tree each year.

Selfies in the Wild

Cathy (C.L.) has been creating with and for kids for many years, and because of it she's ever armed with crayons and not afraid to use or share them. She’s faster than a speeding turtle, more powerful than a newborn bunny, and nearly able to leap tall tales in a single bound.

By | August 2nd, 2016|Children's Books, Interviews, Project Literacy|12 Comments

Molly Mouse and the Bear Cub

As a children's author it only makes sense that I read children's books, which is why I have created Today's Reading List Recommendation. Although I do read a lot of books, they won't all make it to the list. However, I recently came across one that I thought young readers would enjoy entitled, Molly Mouse and the Bear Cub, by Melinda Kinsman.

By | July 18th, 2016|Children's Books, Project Literacy|4 Comments

‘Highlight’ Education

I'd like you to take a moment and think back to your childhood. At one point or another, I'm sure you came across a Highlights magazine.  It has been a staple in children's literary magazines since debuting in June of 1946. Although, far from being that old, I can remember my own early childhood and the excitement I would feel each month when the mailman would deliver my copy.

By | July 7th, 2016|Children's Books, Project Literacy|Comments Off on ‘Highlight’ Education

Meet Indie Author, Erica Gore

  Today I’d like to introduce you to my guest, Indie Author Erica Gore. Like myself, she introduces children to a world of intrigue with her series, Taya Bayliss Mysteries. Come explore with me as we learn more about this author from “Down Under.” […]

By | June 30th, 2016|Children's Books, Interviews, Project Literacy|6 Comments