I’m excited to say that I will be joining several local authors at the Wilbraham Public Library on Saturday, April 29 from 10 am to 12 pm at our annual Author Fair. Eight authors will present a little about their works, and participants will have time for a “Meet and Greet” period, visiting the authors’ tables, asking questions, and purchasing signed copies of their books. Featured authors for 2017 include: Cheryl C. Malandrinos, Rosalie Rymarski, Chrysler Szarlan, Garry Brown, Dr. Andrew Lam, Marty Damon, Chris Collins, and Ellie Dias. Refreshments will be served.
The Author Fair will take place in the Brooks Room of the Wilbraham Public Library, 25 Crane Park, Drive, Wilbraham, MA . If you need more information, please contact Mary Bell at 413-596-6141 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope to see you there!
Vocabulary building has never been so adorable and fun! Squirrel Superhighway by Anna C. Morrison is a wonderful new addition to her other titles for pre-readers and early readers. Repetitive words and repeated sounds are blended together in this charming story about Duke, a dog who wishes to be a squirrel. As Duke watches the squirrel superhighway working above him, he wonders how he can best help the squirrels gather their nuts.
In addition to a wonderful story, the beautiful artwork by Vanda Lavar will keep readers eagerly turning the pages to see what antics these animals are up to next. I loved the sweet ending and the closing illustration.
Morrison has certainly found her niche. I look forward to reading more of her work.
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Publisher: Guardian Angel Publishing; large type edition edition (November 28, 2016)
I received a copy of this book from the author through Pump Up Your Book. This review contains my honest opinions, which I have not been compensated for in any way.
A Tree’s Christmas by James Andrew Bowen must be one of the most beautiful, magical tales of the season ever written.
As has long been a family tradition, once the season is over the Christmas tree is taken out to the yard and placed in the garden to lay until spring. After this particular Christmas, the trees around the garden wake from their winter slumber to hear the story of the young fir and the important part he played in the family’s lives.
Once in a while a seasonal story touches your heart in such a way you can’t help but share it. That’s certainly true of A Tree’s Christmas. I smiled. I cried. It truly warmed my heart. This is a book that will be treasured for years to come. The reading of A Tree’s Christmas would be the perfect tradition to start in your home. I know I’ll be starting it in mine.
Rating: 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
Hardcover: 68 pages
Publisher: Clearview Communications Publishing; 1st edition (September 2, 2008)
I received a free copy from the publisher. This review contains my honest opinion, which I have not been compensated for in any way.
You’ll catch me this week at The Pen and Ink Blog where I talk about my latest release, Macaroni and Cheese for Thanksgiving, and give readers a chance to win copy. Please stop by and leave a comment with your email address at https://thepenandinkblog.blogspot.com/2016/12/interview-with-cheryl-c-malandrinos.html
Good luck to all who enter!
My virtual book tour for Macaroni and Cheese for Thanksgiving concludes today. It’s been a great two weeks, but I am ready to take a breather. You can find me at the following two places:
Book Review at 100 Pages a Day
Character Interview at Pimp That Character!
My virtual book tour for Macaroni and Cheese for Thanksgiving continues today. You can find me at the following two places:
Book Feature at 3 Partners in Shopping
Interview at The Literary Nook
My virtual book tour for Macaroni and Cheese for Thanksgiving continues this week. You can find me at the following two places:
Interview at The Review From Here
Book Feature at Book Cover Junkie