THE JADE DRAGONBALL beautifully blends fantasy, various points of view and different times in history. Fast paced, entertaining, and well written, it’s kind of adventure
October has three more amazing debuts coming your way by New in Nineteen authors.
Of Fire and Stars, Of Ice and Shadows and Inkmistress by Audrey Coulthurst all take place in a long ago faraway kingdom with magic –
“‘Okay,’ I said.It didn’t feel totally okay, but I guessed there wasn’t much to be done. And like Jasper said, sometimes you couldn’t make the
The Many Colors of Harpreet Singh by Supriya Kelkar and Alea Marley There is so much to love! Harpreet has a different colored patka for
The Dark Lord Elithor’s daughter, Clementine, lives a lonely life in the Valley of the Seven Sisters—too evil—and, it must be said, too uppity—to fit
Before you bend or break the rules of writing for children, the generally accepted strategy is to learn the established rules first. But however these authors and illustrators dreamed up these groundbreaking book ideas, they executed them brilliantly.
In SONG OF THE ABYSS, the second installment of Makiia Lucier’s TOWER OF WINDS series, 17-year-old orphan and apprentice mapmaker Reyna’s ship is raided by
Sunday night we returned from a two-week trip along the Pyrenees Mountains in France, Andorra, and Spain and while in Barcelona, I purchased a remarkable
This July, two middle grade books took me on a journey to new countries with beautiful and authentic description of setting. As Jennifer Baker said
All three fabulous July debuts are available now! Pirates Don’t Go to Kindergarten by Lisa Robinson and Eda Kaban is a whole lot of adorable
I’m not typically drawn to SCI FI, but the cover photo of THE KINGDOM, by author/freelance editor Jess Rothenberg, drew me in like a moth