Posts by Category: Book Reviews

RITA REVIEWS: STITCHIN’ AND PULLIN’

July 08, 2009

Hi Everyone,

If you’re looking for a warm and colorful children’s PB (picture book), I have just the one for you!

Stitchin’ and Pullin’: A Gee’s Bend Quilt, by Newberry and Caldecott Honor Book author Patricia C. McKissack, is the warm and cozy tale of a sisterhood of quilters, the beautiful quilts they produce, and the unbreakable bonds they form that only women can understand.

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Rita Reviews: THE AFRICAN BOOK OF NAMES. What’s Yours?

June 29, 2009

Hi Everyone,

Here’s a wonderful book for researchers, writers and those in search of their African roots.

If you’ve ever wondered about the meaning of your name, desired to change your name, or agonized over choosing the perfect name for your precious little African prince or princess, there is a new resource that celebrates the naming ways of Africa.

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WANT TO LEARN HOW TO FLY? READ THIS AMAZING CHILDREN’S BOOK

June 25, 2009

ONCE IN A LIFETIME…

A Review By
Rita Lorraine Hubbard

(This review originally appeared on YABooksCentral.com on March 30, 2009)

Once in a lifetime, when the angels smile down and the stars line up, the right story finds the right author with the right measure of courage and a singular mission. Then, my friends, an unforgettable picture book is born…and the rest is history.

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