Review of Tween Talk by Erainna Winnett

This is a book geared toward tweens – those in-betweeners who sometimes seem to have trouble fitting in. The author addresses several very timely topics, to include: Bullying Cyber-Bullying Peer Pressure Cliques Conflict Resolution Friendships Success It’s clear that the… Read more

Review of The Clancys of Queens by Tara Clancy

Writer and storyteller, Tara Clancy writes about her life growing up in Queens during the late 1980s. As a child of divorced parents, she was raised in three separate and very different home environments, yet seems to have adjusted to… Read more

Review of Twenty-One Trees by Linda Cousine

Savannah May Holladay wakes up confused and frightened in the hospital from a medical induced coma. It’s a lot for Savannah to take in all at once. Her parents look like they’ve aged over night, her best friend, Birdy, is… Read more

Review of Whispering to Horses by Thomas Nye

  Whispering to Horses is a short novella that centers on the lives of two main characters. Matt is a twenty-something business man who moves into a modern housing development in Amish country and Eli is a mature nine-year-old Amish boy… Read more

Review of My Mother’s Wings by Sally Huss

With so many children going through the difficult experience of being separated from a parent who is serving in the military, this book certainly is timely. Author Sally Huss has provided a wonderful way to discuss these challenges with children… Read more