Review of Much to Do Before a Dog by Danny and Sheridan Blitz

The unique and adorable illustrations in this book caught my attention. Then, when I read that it’s based on a true story, I knew I had to grab it. Koda is a little girl, who tells readers that, by the… Read more

Review of All the Ways to Express My Love by Christina Johnson

I adore children’s books, especially books that have a positive and encouraging message to share with the children in my life. That’s why, when I spotted a free promo for one of Christina Johnson’s books, I knew I had to… Read more

Review of I Will Follow Jesus Bible Storybook by Judah and Chelsea Smith

There are plenty of children’s Bible storybooks available, but I’ve found that many of them have a tendency to speak down to children. Oversimplifying the Bible and the story of Jesus in particular, can easily be chosen when teaching children…. Read more

Review of Shoo by Hana Goldberg

Shoo is a sweet little homeless cat that has no place to go, no real food to eat and no one to love him. Maya is a cute little girl whose family moves and now she’s afraid she won’t make… Read more

Review of The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

This book is a well-loved classic, written in 1909. I read it while in elementary school and when I saw there was a one-day free promotion in progress, I decided to grab the eBook copy. Re-reading The Secret Garden as… Read more

Review of Magic, Mayhem and Life Underground with Bunkie by Shelley Brown

You can’t go wrong when you name a children’s book Magic, Mayhem and Life Underground with Bunkie and author Shelley Brown doesn’t disappoint with this one. Bunkie is a lazy little rabbit who enjoys whiling away the days napping. Summer… Read more

The Little Rainbow by Cassie Lloyd Virtual Book Tour and Review

    About the Book: The Earth is constantly flooding, and she isn’t able to soak up all of the rain. She is terrified that she will drown. God sends the Earth a rainbow that takes away the rain and… Read more

Review of Daniel the Camp-er by S. J. Henderson

I’d like to preface this review with an admission – I love reading and reviewing children’s books. To me, reading should be a part of every child’s life and any book that encourages this is fantastic in my view. Daniel… Read more