Dear Ballerina..Review, Interview and Giveaway!

“Dear Little Dancer, Follow Your Dream and enjoy every moment! Love Ballerina” Dear Ballerina, Monica Wellington   Dear Ballerina I am excited to review this book, Dear Ballerina on it’s release date! I am a big fan of Monica’s books and have reviewed many on my blog including Crepes for Suzette, Colors for Zena and […]

Sammy Goes to Speech

Sammy Goes to Speech Do you have a child that needs speech and language services? Is your child in speech therapy now? Check out Sammy Goes to Speech! This book written by speech language pathologist, Marissa Siegel illustrated by Kat Taylor is a valuable and resourceful book to read with your child who is either […]

Crepes by Suzette

The first time that I discovered Monica Wellington’s books was with a student of mine who loved Apple Farmer Annie. We read this book over and over again in our speech and language therapy sessions and I couldn’t wait to check out more of her books. Then I found Crepes by Suzette! For many years Crepes […]

Artie is Awesome, Author Interview and Review

Artie is Awesome, a book written by a Speech Language Pathologist and Parent Are you looking for a children’s book about Autism and/or a communication disorder? Check out this book, Artie is Awesome written by Deidra Darst, speech language pathologist and parent. Deidra wrote to this book to help celebrate the uniqueness of each individual, […]

Becoming Beautiful

About the book, Becoming Beautiful I was originally contacted a couple of weeks ago by Tarang Rawat, author of Becoming Beautiful. After watching her trailer of the book, I was immediately captivated by the topic and mission of the book. So many young girls grow up with a negative self image and constantly compare themselves […]

Go on a Time Adventure with Time Sandwich!

Is your child fascinated with time travel and puzzles? Review Check out this book written by Matt Brennan and illustrated by Jonathon Reich titled Time Sandwich. When this book first arrived, I was interested by the idea of starting a story in the middle. It kind of reminded me of the Choose Your Own Adventure […]

Interview with Matthew Van Fleet, Author and Illustrator

Are you looking for interactive and educational books for your toddler or preschool aged child? How about your child with special needs that needs a book that is multi-sensory? Matthew Van Fleet’s innovative books have been introducing children to basic concepts for more than twenty years. His multi-sensory books encourage toddlers to touch, press, pull, lift, […]

Coloring Book to Inspire and Empower Girls

Do you have a daughter and want to engage in activities with her to build confidence and empowerment? I was recently contacted by Melissa Foley, founder of Hopscotch Girls. Hopscotch Girls is a company that uses media to empower girls. She has published two books, I am Confident, Brave and Beautiful and Outdoor Sports Sticker […]

Chocolate Milk, Review and Author Interview

As a children’s book author that has published three children’s books, I love supporting other authors that also have the same dream to publish their own children’s books. Chocolate Milk written by Alexandria Rizik and illustrated by Joey A Dimaguila is a sweet children’s book with a valuable lesson. The story begins with the scene […]

Something To Say Series with Author Interview

A couple of months ago, I came across a wonderful series of books titled Something to Say written by Eden Molinex and illustrated by Natalie Beauvois. Eden is a certified speech language pathologist and a children’s book author who is passionate about making a difference with her children’s books. As a speech language pathologist and author myself, I […]