Tag Archives: children’s books

What Katy Did was mine – what was yours? #children’sbooks ~ Mary Smith

Reblogged from MarySmith’sPlace: Who doesn’t love finding some new books under the Christmas tree? This year I gave my book wish list to my son – then the latest Covid restrictions meant we couldn’t meet up after all so I’ll … Continue reading

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Images and imagination

The first thought that sprang to mind when I saw work created recently by a young lady who is a friend of my son was that were I to write the children’s book that is wandering round my mind, I … Continue reading

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James Cudney Reviews: Sir Chocolate and the Condensed Milk River story and cookbook by Robbie & Michael Cheadle

Reblogged from James Cudney: Today’s post is for a children’s book that is bound to delight kids this holiday season. As a Christmas gift for several cousins, nieces, and nephews, I bought several of the books in the Sir Chocolate … Continue reading

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Alethea Kehas interviews Author & Illustrator Andrea Torrey Balsara

Reblogged from The Light Behind the Story as part of the series, “A Better World of Books”: Andrea Torrey Balsara is an author and illustrator who believes in the goodness in people, especially children. Her stories and art reflect her … Continue reading

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Colleen Cheesebro meets Darlene Foster

Hello everyone! This week I’m thrilled to bring you one of my favorite award-winning children’s authors, Darlene Foster. I asked her to pick three or four questions from my huge list HERE. This is Darlene’s second visit to my blog. We … Continue reading

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Wish Tree ~ Jennie Fitzkee

Reblogged from A Teacher’s Reflections: Have you ever seen  a Wish Tree? Walking along a beach on Cape Cod with friends, we rounded a bend along the sand where it meets the shore.  This was a remote stretch of the … Continue reading

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The first butterfly…

There was a loud buzzing coming from behind the willow screen, echoing in the narrow passage beside the house. I stood still and waited, watching with a smile as the first bumblebee of spring emerged from its winter quarters. The … Continue reading

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Darlene Foster is a guest of Charles Yallowitz: Finding Time to Write

Reblogged from Legends of Windemere: Finding Time to Write You have a great idea for a book. You’ve been thinking about it for a long time, probably years. But you’re too busy with a job, kids, aging parents, volunteer work … Continue reading

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Janice Spina interviews Robbie and Michael Cheadle

Reblogged from Jems Books: Robbie Cheadle Please help me welcome authors Robbie and Michael Cheadle to Jemsbooks.blog Segment of Interview an Author. It’s a pleasure to have you here, Robbie and Michael. The soap box is all yours. 1. Please … Continue reading

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Janice Spina interviews Darlene Foster

Reblogged from Jem’s Books: Darlene Foster Please help me welcome author Darlene Foster to Jemsbooks Blog Segment of Interview an Author.  It’s lovely to have you here Darlene. Please step up on the soap box. Please tell us something about … Continue reading

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