The Bluest of Blues

The Bluest of Blues Anna Atkins and the First Book of Photographs Fiona Robinson is such a unique and beautiful author and illustrator. To view her other books that she has written and illustrated, click here.  I was excited to receive this beautiful book and review it for my readers today. Who is Anna Atkins? […]

My Magical Unicorn

My Magical Unicorn When this book arrived at my door for review, I immediately loved the colorful illustrations and magic of this book. I am a big fan of bright and engaging colors and love how The Magical Unicorn immediately catches the eye of a young child. What’s more magical than a unicorn? This is a tough […]

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 […]

Song for a Whale

Song for A Whale When I was first contacted about this book, Song For A Whale, I was immediately interested in reviewing the book. As a speech language pathologist, I felt connected to the topic of the book, which is about communication and the feeling of belonging. My clients, who have complex communication needs struggle […]

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, […]

I (HEART) Art By the Metropolitan Museum of Art

I (Heart) Art by The Metropolitan Museum of Art I received this beautiful book, I (HEART) Art By the Metropolitan Museum of Art from Abrams Books a couple of weeks ago for review. This book is like a piece of artwork with it’s eccentric design and interesting layout. The book is arranged by themes and […]

I’ll Tell You Why..I Can’t Wear Those Clothes

Do you have a child with a sensory processing disorder? This book, I’ll Tell You Why..I Can’t Wear Those Clothes caught my eye a couple of weeks ago on social media after seeing a review of this thoughtful and beautiful book by Noreen O’Sullivan. To read my interview with Noreen, click here! I’ll Tell You […]

Children’s Books Written by SLPs

Are you looking for children’s book that help improve speech and language development? I am excited to present this guest post that I wrote for ASHA Leader Blog that lists children’s book authors that are also speech language pathologists. Children’s Books Written by SLPs  

What Is Given from the Heart

What is Given From the Heart This book written by Patricia C. McKissack and illustrated by April Harrison is a wonderful book to start the new year. As a parent I am always looking for children’s literature reinforces valuable lessons. Given From the Heart helps instill important lessons about being grateful, giving and dealing with […]

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 […]