Posts by Category: Book Reviews

Debut Author Crystal Allen’s in the House!

February 01, 2011

Hi Everybody,
It’s Black History Month 2011, and we’re kicking off the occasion with the talented, funny, and hot, hot, HOT Ms. Crystal Allen, debut author of, How Lamar’s Bad Prank Won a Bubba-Sized Trophy. Crystal’s schedule is pretty hectic, but she has generously agreed to slow down long enough to share her experiences with aspiring writers.


Picture Book Depot’s in the House!

November 23, 2010

Hi Everybody,
Hope you’re having a wonderful time preparing your delicious food for Thanksgiving. Just dropping through to tell you about my new website, and to ask you to whisk over for a visit.


March On and On: The Historic March on Washington

August 22, 2010

Hi Everybody,
Just stopping through on this historic day to remind you about the unforgettable March on Washington 47 years ago, and to tell you about a wonderful children’s book that commemorates that event.


Wanna Know WHY? Get Time for Kids

August 05, 2010

The Editors at Time for Kids have done it again! Time for Kids BIG Book of Why, makes its debut on August 10, and believe me, this is one to watch for!


Yes, A Song Can Change the World

May 25, 2010

Hi Everybody,
Back with another review for another wonderful book. The book is called, We Shall Overcome: A Song That Changed the World, and it’s one of the best children’s historical books I’ve read in a while.


Thanks for the Memories

May 20, 2010

Hi Everybody,
Back to tell you about another wonderful multicultural book for your reading pleasure.


Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire!

May 11, 2010

Hi Everybody,
Back with another review for another wonderful book. Odds are you’ve heard about it, but the odds are even better that if you haven’t read it yet, you’ll love, love, love it. The book is called, Liar, and it’s a nail-biter if ever there was one. Come on, let me tell you all about it!


Super Heroes Among Us

May 08, 2010

Hi Everybody,
Back with another review of another grrrreat book for teens and pre’s. This one is called 8th Grade Super Zero, and it is written by debut author, Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich. Doesn’t that name just sing?

So come along and let me tell you about the super-heroes among us.


More Stars for Candor

May 01, 2010

Hi Everybody,
Back with an OUTSTANDING young adult book for you to feast your eyes on. It’s called Candor, and it’s mighty good reading.