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Interview with Chet Spiewak, author of An Ornament's Tale by Irene Watson
This seasonal storybook adventure follows a colorful cast of Christmas ornaments on a quest to find their holiday tree. Trapped in an attic ...
Interview with Dan Peterson, author of "Fergus, the Soccer Playing Colt" by Irene Watson
Interview with Dan Peterson, author of "Fergus, the Soccer Playing Colt" as he talks about his delightfully funny, fast-paced, and suspenseful book th...
Interview with Dave Jeffery, author of “Beatrice Beecham's Fearsome Feast” by Irene Watson
Recognizing the shortage of positive young female role models in children's literature, Dave Jeffery decided to create a character in the spirit of N...
Interview with David R. Davis by Richelle Putnam
David R. Davis is a writer of many talents. He has written three humorous books that will have you bent over in laughter....
Interview with Debbie Glade, The Travel Adventures of Lilly P Badilly by Irene Watson
In Debbie Glade's new illustrated children's book, "The Travel Adventures of Lilly P. Badilly: Costa Rica," a bright, curious young millipede named Li...
Interview with Ellen F. Feld, author of Rimfire by Irene Watson
"Rimfire," by Ellen F. Feld the sixth book in the Morgan Horse series, takes readers to a whole new realm within the world of horses. When Heather tra...
Interview With Evelyn Horan by JC Pinkerton
Read an Interview With Evelyn Horan -creator of the Jeannie Series! ...
Interview with Gail Johnson by Richelle Putnam
Boyd Mills Press accept Gail Johnson's picture book "Glove."...
Interview with Gary Lamit , author of Wally the Walking Fish by Irene Watson
A young pig-tailed girl named Madison, a grumbling and very hungry yellow Labrador retriever named Cooper, and a walking fish called Wally, all prowl...
Interview with Helen D. Bailie, author of The Azura Stones by Irene Watson
When Hayley and her friends stumble across a secret in the journal of her late archeologist grandfather, they know they're in for an adventure, but th...
Interview with Jan Pierson, Author of by Richelle Putnam
Jan Pierson has published several children's books and shares her experience It is, first of all, a privilege and pleasure to introduce Jan P...
Interview with Janet Muirhead Hill, author of Danny's Dragon by Irene Watson
Ten-year-old Danny Branahan, son of a Montana rancher, is bereft when his father is sent to Iraq and killed. In denial, Danny imagines the horse his f...
Interview with Jared Tinlin, author of Hey...Hey...Think Out Loud! by Irene Watson
After watching the film “Walking the Line,” Jared Tinlin was inspired to try writing a Johnny Cash style song, so his parents bought him a guitar and ...
Interview with Jennifer LB Leese by Richelle Putnam
Author Jennifer Leese shares her expert background in writing children's books. I’d like to welcome Jennifer LB Leese. Jennifer is...
Interview with Jill Vanderwood, author of Through the Rug by Irene Watson
In a purposeful departure from the stereotypical cookie-baking grandmother of children's books, Jill Ammon Vanderwood introduces Grandma Emma -- conc...
Interview with John R. Brooks, Bobby Bright’s Greatest Christmas Ever by Irene Watson
John Brooks releases the first in a five book children’s holiday series, Bobby Bright’s Greatest Christmas Ever. Illustrated by five former Disney/War...
Interview with Kim Chatel, author of Rainbow Sheep by Irene Watson
Parents who want something different for their children to read and something to keep those little hands busy cannot go wrong by exploring the story a...
Interview with Kyra E. Hicks, “Martha Ann's Quilt for Queen Victoria by Irene Watson
Martha Ann Ricks did not give up easily. The ex-slave from Tennessee spent fifty years chasing her dream of meeting Queen Victoria in the late 1800s. ...
Interview with L. E. Föd, author Kendra Kandlestar and the Door to Unger by Irene Watson
The secret world of Een--home to the tiny, elf-like Een people--may be hidden from human view by a impenetrable magic curtain, but young readers can t...
Interview with L. Michalove, auth.The Four Little Children: A Likely Story by Irene Watson
When Larry Michalove was asked to serve his country as a navigator in Vietnam in 1970, he left behind his wife and four small children. To remain a pa...
Interview with L.W. Lewis, author of Poodles, Tigers, Monsters & You by Irene Watson
Author L.W. Lewis' uncanny ability to write on an adult level, but through a child's eyes enables him to craft poems that readers of all ages genuine...
Interview with Lana & Tania Bloch, authors How Butterbees Came to Bee! by Irene Watson
One of the most important lessons children can learn in our vastly diverse world is to value and respect the similarities and differences between them...
Interview with Linda Thieman, author of Katie and Kimble: The Magic Wish by Irene Watson
Taking the Katie & Kimble series where no ghostly tale has gone before, it's time for Kimble to make herself at home with Katie's family! Nine-year-ol...
Interview with Lisa Maria Lanno, author of The Secret Cave by Irene Watson
In Lisa Maria Lanno's imaginative and educational children's book, "The Secret Cave." Ronnie and Joe are vacationing in scenic New England with thei...
Interview with M.A. Toffle, author of The Raindrop Who Lost His Cloud by Irene Watson
Stewart, a small raindrop, sips on his cloud and contemplates his life purpose. When he begins asking others raindrops about their life purposes, he a...
Interview with Mike Kerr, author of Mike and a Lynx Named Kitty by Irene Watson
In “Mike and a Lynx Named Kitty,” Mike Kerr generously shares a bit of himself. He begins with an introduction to life in Alaska and facts about a Ly...
Interview with PapaGino, author of The Legend of Moon Mountain by Irene Watson
"The Legend of Moon Mountain" is a fable based on the Ancient Egyptians' tradition that their ancestors came from Ruwenzori (Moon Mountain) in East Af...
Interview with Patti B. Ogden, author of Keoni's Big Question by Irene Watson
Every child wonders at one time or another why we cannot see God. Keoni, a young boy who seeks answers about God's presence in everyday life, finds th...
Interview with Peggy Tibbetts by Richelle Putnam
Peggy reveals her secrets for success. It’s a delight for me to introduce Peggy Tibbetts. Though Peggy and I have never met personally, we ...
Interview with Rick Keeling, author of It's Just My Imagination by Irene Watson
"It's Just My Imagination" teaches children self-reliance in entertaining themselves, making them use their minds to create and imagine what is possib...
Interview with Robin Marvel, author of Awakening Consciousness by Irene Watson
Author Robin Marvel wants girls to learn self-reliance and awaken to their inner greatness. In "Awakening Consciousness: A Girl's Guide!" she has writ...
Interview with Sammy Shu, author of There's a Season for All by Irene Watson
As anyone with a brother or sister knows, getting along with siblings can be extremely difficult at times, but when it happens, it's a very rewarding...
Interview with Theresa Ann Fraser, author of Billy Had To Move by Irene Watson
Author Theresa Anne Fraser wrote "Billy Had to Move" so children would understand the foster care situation as they transitioned into it. She wanted c...
Interview with Valerie Connelly, author of Arthur, The Christmas Elf by Irene Watson
As the blizzard of the century buries the countryside in wind-blown snow and brings life to a standstill on Christmas Eve, Arthur finds the...
Is kind of hard when you not around people say i will never make it but i c by usman mairamri
Belive in your self and you will make it...
Is there life after Harry Potter? by Laraine Barker
Some suggestions of what to read while waiting for the next Harry Potter book. You may even find many of these a lot better than Harry Potter....
It Is by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
This was written by a ten year old young girl a member of my church for a book I am trying to compile with the title of Honey For the C...
It's Just My Imagination by Rick Keeling: Book Review by Irene Watson
"It's Just My Imagination" teaches children self-reliance in entertaining themselves, making them use their minds to create and imagine what is possib...
It's Time We Listen by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Let's start listening to our children......
Jackson Hole author Lynn Estes Friess has won a 2012 Mom's Choice Award for by Lynn Friess
Jackson Hole author Lynn Estes Friess has won a second Moms Choice Award!...
Jake the Snake and the Stupid Time-Out Chair by Shelly Faith Nicholson by Helena Harper
An amusing look at the life and thoughts of a five year old!...
Jemsbooks Blog by D.C. Rush
New Review...
Jonnie meets the Blue Angels by Lucy Liang
The Blue Angels, the Navy's air demonstration squadron, invite Make A Wish kids to attend a practice flight show at 3PM on Friday, October 10th at th...
Journal of Faith: Lord Give Me Patience by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
I guess this is a course in mommy 101 LOL......
Junie B Jones Kindergartener by m j hollingshead
With 19 formats available there is one for every reader. ...
Just Leave Me Alone, By: Nakesha Lowe by Nicole Sorkin
Just Leave Me Alone is for all of you smothering parents out there that worry about every little thing when it comes to their children. Many parents d...
Kate, the Ghost Dog by Wayne L. Wilson: Book Review by Irene Watson
How would you feel if you just lost a big part of your life, "someone" very special to you? Meet Aleta. She has two best friends, Cassie and Nina, and...
Kathleen Shields - Author from the Texas Now Magazine by Kathleen Shields
Hamilton and his friends have exciting adventures together and help to reach out with lessons about real-life situations, while at the same time, ente...
Katie & Kimble: A Ghost Story by Linda Thieman: Book Review by Irene Watson
Katie Russell is soon to be nine-years-old. She is moving into an old house out in the country with her family - her mom, her dad, her little brother...
Katie and Kimble: The Magic Wish by Linda Thieman: Book Review by Irene Watson
Taking the Katie & Kimble series where no ghostly tale has gone before, it's time for Kimble to make herself at home with Katie's family! Nine-year-ol...
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