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.

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

The Gift of Creativity

There are many gifts you can give a child this holiday season, but in this article, I hope to influence you to give the gift of creativity. The idea came to mind when the collaborators of KidLit Parade discussed what the themes would be for the next two weeks. It was decided holiday traditions (#KLPTraditions) would be appropriate for the season .

By | December 13th, 2015|Children's Books, Project Literacy|6 Comments