Will’s Words How William Shakespeare Changed the Way You Talk by Jane Sutcliffe

I don’t think any child is too young to be introduced to the great playwright, William Shakespeare. They may not necessarily read his writings at age six, but they can definitely hear the plays in story form and read simple books about the man himself. This publication, “Will’s Words” by Jane Sutcliffe is an excellent book… Continue reading Will’s Words How William Shakespeare Changed the Way You Talk by Jane Sutcliffe

Exploring Soils by Samantha Grover

  Samantha Grover loves soil. She loves soil so much she is a soil scientist. Inspired by her work, Samantha has written this exciting book introducing the fascinating world of mud and dirt to children. How can learning about soil be interesting for children (except for making mud pies) you may ask? Samantha is passionate about her… Continue reading Exploring Soils by Samantha Grover

Nadia – The Girl Who Couldn’t Sit Still by Karlin Gray

Nadia Comaneci stunned the world at the 1976 Montreal Olympic Games when she scored seven perfect tens in gymnastics. Not only was she the first gymnast to ever score a perfect ten, she was also the youngest gold medalist in gymnastics at only 14 years old. Her incredible feats at the Olympic Games made her… Continue reading Nadia – The Girl Who Couldn’t Sit Still by Karlin Gray

The Long, Long Journey by Sandra Markle

The Long, Long Journey: The Godwit’s Amazing Migration By Sandra Markle and Illustrated by Mia Posada Hillbrook Press, Minneapolis, 2013 ISBN 978-0-7613-5623-3 Purchase the book here: AbeBooks: The Long, Long Journey AMAZON: The Long, Long Journey As a child, I read a story about migrating birds. It detailed their long, harrowing journey through storms, exhaustion, danger and… Continue reading The Long, Long Journey by Sandra Markle