Yumble

Do you find it hard cooking for your kids every night? Being a working mom, I find it so difficult getting a healthy meal on the table every night. Since both of my kids have different likes/dislikes, finding the time to cook separate meals can be challenging. When I saw Yumble on Instagram a couple […]

Orton-Gillingham to the Rescue! A Guest Post by Karina Richland

Thank you Karina for your informative post! Learning to read and spell in English would be so simple if all similar-sounds were spelled the same. They aren’t. English has so many difficult spelling rules! Take for example the letter ‘a’ as in the word ‘cake.’ The long ‘a’ sound is written differently in different words, […]

Ways to Help Your Child Develop a Positive Homework Habit

Do you have a healthy homework habits at home with your children? Homework can be so challenging especially after a long day, sports, after school activities, etc. I know that I have my own challenges with homework habits and was looking forward to seeing Annabelle’s article below! I hope you find her tips helpful. Thank […]

The Miscalculations of a Lightning Girl

Are you looking for a book that can help your child embrace their unique qualities? Do you have a child that is starting middle school next year? Check out Stacy McAnulty’s new middle grade novel, The Miscalculations of Lightning Girl. When I received this middle grade novel, I will often ask my child reviewers to […]

The Pendericks At Last

Part of what I love about reviewing books on my website is matching that passionate reader to the book that they love. When I received The Pendericks At Last, my daughter immediately commented that her friend loved the Penderick series. The Penderwicks At Last is the final book in the Penderick series by Jeanne Birdsall. […]

The World’s First Healthy Eating Doll and Picture Book

A couple of weeks ago, I was contacted by Dessi Donkova, a mom of two and the Founder of Good For Kids, a socially responsible startup dedicated to creating products that are good for kids. She recently launched a Kickstarter campaign on May 8th that aims to inspire children to eat healthy through reading and […]

Dr. Seuss 100 First Words

Do you want to help expand on your child’s vocabulary? Check out this new Dr. Seuss Book, Dr. Seuss 100 First Words! This book releases today! I am a big fan of Dr. Seuss books, especially after learning more about him in Who Was Dr. Seuss? Reading Dr. Seuss books to my children and the […]

How to Trick the Tooth Fairy

How to Trick the Tooth Fairy by Erin Danielle Russell and illustrated by Jennifer Hansen Rolli is a perfect bedtime story for children who are waiting for the tooth fairy to come! Kaylee loves to pull pranks on everyone, even the tooth fairy. Her favorite holiday is April Fools Day and she has a twinkle […]

I am Gandhi Blog Tour

“The strength of a warrior is not measured by reference to his weapons but by his firmness of mind.” I am Gandhi (2018) When I was asked to participate in the book blog tour by Penguin Random House for I Am Gandhi, I couldn’t say “yes” fast enough! This book, I Am Gandhi was different […]

Chapter Book Picks for Girls with ADHD

Do you have a daughter with ADHD? Having some kidlit picks that you can share with your daughter is important. Reading these recommended books aloud and together is a perfect bonding activity! It’s Just Me and My ADHD, Life Through the Eyes of a 10 year old girl: This book is an interesting story about […]