The Tooth read by Annette Bening

Punk Wig – A Children’s Book With a Purpose

Need a book for children to explain chemotherapy and the symptoms an adult goes through without frightening them. Read Punk Wig.

Book Review – 50 Simple Things You Can Do to Raise a Child Who Loves Math

Although none of my kids hate math, I like to find ways to make it a part of their day, and I appreciated the various suggestions this book made. I also thought that the author’s idea of breaking the book into various sections, including one actually explaining to defunct parents how to handle things like word problems, algebra, geometry, etc would be very helpful.

Book Review – My Body Belongs to Me by Jill Starishevsky

Sexual abuse. It’s probably one of the last subjects we want to discuss with our children-or even think about ourselves-but experts say that it’s essential to teach our children that certain parts of their body are private.

Ryann Watters and the King’s Sword by Eric Reinhold

“Ryann Watters and the King’s Sword” describes incredible exploits and adventures of three small town kids who suddenly found their selves experiencing fantasies they had previously lived out only through adventure books. Eric Reinhold’s imagination is creative and contagious. I found myself immersed in a world of fantasy, entertainment, and in facing spiritual warfare head-on. In the quiet town of Mount Dora, Florida two angels make late night visits.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Like many others, I rushed out last July to purchase the last book in the Harry Potter series. I remember finishing the novel feeling as though it was very well wrapped up, but not particularly enjoying it, and so it has been nearly a year and a half since I picked up the series and read it front-to-back again.

Books For Introducing Young Children to World Religions

In our increasingly multicultural world, many of us are interested in introducing our children to religions other than our own. And what better way to do it than through books? The following list is of books for introducing children ages 3-9 to religions other than their own.

A Book Review of Peef – The Christmas Bear by Tom Hegg

Does your family celebrate Santa Claus? Discover a beautiful children’s Christmas book that will make it easy for everyone to believe in the jolly old elf.

Childrens Book Review – Pearls Adventures Volume 2

Pearls Adventures Volume 2 describes two days in the life of Pearl and her parents. Day one describes a day out in a dinghy and the sights she sees. Day two is set inside her home learning to play musical instruments. A children’s book should be educational and fun to read.

Review of a River Ran Wild by Lynne Cherry

“A River Ran Wild” by Lynne Cherry is the true environmental story of the pollution and clean up of the Nashua River. It’s an excellent book for teaching children nonfiction and connecting literature to science.

Book Review of the Adventures of Pinocchio

Remember the Pinocchio cartoon we all saw as kids? The 1958 book itself is quite a different story and worth the time to read.

Children’s Book Review- Pearls Adventures Volume 1

Variety is the spice of life. Children need to have a variety of reading experiences if they are going to learn to make good decisions. Children’s books should be food for their thought process.

Love You Forever – Book Review

Are you looking for a meaningful gift this Christmas for a special child or pregnant friend? This review by the mother of six is about the one MUST have book that she buys for each of her children.

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