>Review of Queen Vernita Visits the Blue Ice Mountains by Dawn Menge

> Queen Vernita Visits the Blue Ice Mountain……5 Queen Vernita sent out 12 invitations for her friends to visit the Blue Ice Mountains in the Land  of Quails.  During the 12 months they learned about crabs, sea otters, tide water glaciers, plants, whales, bald eagles and more.  Another great read for my boys to learn […]

>Review of The Naturals by Sharon R C Peterson

>Review of The Naturals by Sharon R C Peterson

> The Naturals…………….5 The Naturals is a wonderful book.  You will meet interesting characters such as Cloudy, Rainy, Snowy etc.  This is a great way for kids to learn about the natural environment and how to protect the future.  The boys were want to know more and more.  I even enjoyed reading this book and […]

>Review of Dante’s Journey by J C Marino

>Review of Dante’s Journey by J C Marino

> Dante’s Journey…….4 This was a very interesting read for me as I have not read much urban fantasy.  I am however glad to have been able to review this book.  Marino has gone a great job in all the twists through out this book. It has everything you would want, thriller, mystery, fantasy, science […]

>Review of Missy’s Magical Adventures

>Review of Missy’s Magical Adventures

> Princess and Missy’s Magical Adventures…………………..5 What a wonderful book to read to the boys. This book has the best illustrations I have seen in a while.  I love the fact the boys can color them if they want.  The quiz at the end is so much fun and the boys learned a bit.  This […]

>Review of Popularity Genie in a Bottle by Donatella Fragiale and Cristina Fragiale

>Review of Popularity Genie in a Bottle by Donatella Fragiale and Cristina Fragiale

> Popularity Genie in a Bottle…………………4 Alright parents this book is a must have in your home if you have teenagers or about to have them.  This is an eye opener and the author does an excellent job of keeping up with current issues the kids are facing or about to face.  It will help […]

>Review of It Writes Itself by Susannah Raulino

>Review of It Writes Itself by Susannah Raulino

> It Writes Itself………………..4 The author surprised me in this book.  She has a way to ease your mind so many great ideas and thoughts to get your moving in the right direction.  She makes the reader think and get their creative juices flowing.  The exercises in the book really do make you think and […]

>Review of Phantom Four Children of the Grave by Roger Wilson

>Review of Phantom Four Children of the Grave by Roger Wilson

> Phantom Four Children of the Grave……………….4 An interesting read of 4 brothers who have had an accident.  They come back years later with powers and have no recall of their past lives.  From the beginning of this book it reads like emails and is very unique.  I rather enjoyed being able to review this […]

>Review of A Sportscaster’s Guide to Watching Football by Mark Oristano

>Review of A Sportscaster’s Guide to Watching Football by Mark Oristano

>A Sportscaster’s Guide to Watching Football………………….4 Mark Oristano was a sportscaster for over 30 years with the NFL.   He has broken down the strategy behind the game to terms so simple anyone who has never watched football, would understand.  This goes  for college and high school football as well, not just the NFL.  I […]

>Guest Author Julie Metz

>Guest Author Julie Metz

> First, thank you Julie for coming by.  Today Julie has stopped by to talk about her book Perfection.   PERFECTION On a bitterly cold afternoon in January 2003 my husband, Henry, a charming and handsome man of 44, collapsed and died on our kitchen floor. We had been married for 12 years, a couple […]

>Review of Lydia’s Charm by Wanda E Brunstetter

>Review of Lydia’s Charm by Wanda E Brunstetter

>Lydia’s Charm……………………5 This is the second book I have read by Wanda Brunstetter and loved it.  Lydia was asked by her mom to move back to Ohio since Lydia’s husband had past, and she lost her job.  Josh her 4 year old, and herself go to live with her mom.  Their relationship is already rocky, […]