For No Reason: Author Interview And Review

For No Reason Author Interview and Review

Book Review: For No Reason Kathleen Gauer, the author of For No Reason, has written a tale of a girl who is being picked on by the new boy in class. Jamie can’t figure out why she’s the target of this new bully. He’s picking on her for no reason. As she is picked on, she turns to her teacher and then her mother for help, but ultimately she solves the problem herself. For No Reason is easy to read, … Read more

Aidan The Wonder Kid: Author Interview And Review

Author Interview and Book Review: Aidan The Wonder Kid Who Could Not Be Stopped! A food allergy & intolerance story, written by Colleen Brunetti, illustrated by Dan Carsten.

Book Review: Aidan The Wonder Kid Who Could Not Be Stopped Aidan The Wonder Kid Who Could Not Be Stopped! A Food Allergy & Intolerance Story is written by Colleen Brunetti and illustrated by Dan Carsten. Colleen has done a wonderful job exploring the challenges of children with food allergies and intolerances. All in a kid-friendly and engaging manner. The main character, Aidan The Wonder Kid is a very relatable child. He has typical interests and activities of most kids… … Read more

Let’s Celebrate Ramadan & Eid! Author Interview & Review

Let's Celebrate Ramadan & Eid! by Ajanta Chakraborty and Vivek Kumar is a great educational and entertaining look at one of the many festivals celebrated in India.

Book Review: Let’s Celebrate Ramadan & Eid! Let’s Celebrate Ramadan & Eid! Muslim Festival of Fasting & Sweets by Ajanta Chakraborty and Vivek Kumar is Book 4 in the Maya & Neel’s India Adventure Series. As with other books published by Bollywood Groove the aim is to provide insight into the culture, mythology, and traditions of India. In Let’s Celebrate Ramadan & Eid, Maya and Neel visit their aunt and uncle in New Delhi. While there they learn about Ramadan … Read more

Soaring Soren: Author Interview and Review

Soaring Soren: When French Bulldogs Fly by Deborah Stevenson, book review and author interview.

Book Review: Soaring Soren You are going to love Soaring Soren. I mean, I love finding books that my children love. And don’t get me wrong… There are a great many that fall into that category. But Deborah Stevenson has knocked it out of the park with Soaring Soren: When French Bulldogs Fly. Together with illustrator Morgan Spicer they have created a picture book that every family should own. I’ve read this story many times already (I’ve owned the book … Read more

Let’s Celebrate Vaisakhi! Author Interview And Review

Book Review and Author Interview for Let's Celebrate Vaisakhi! by Ajanta Chakraborty and Vivek Kumar

Book Review: Let’s Celebrate Vaisakhi! Punjab’s Spring Harvest Festival Let’s Celebrate Vaisakhi! is book 7 in the Maya & Neel’s India Adventure Series, written by Ajanta Chakraborty and Vivek Kumar. In this book, brother and sister Maya and Neel travel to India to visit their Aunt and Uncle. Their relatives teach them about the harvest festival. Let’s Celebrate Vaisakhi! is colourfully illustrated in a simple yet appropriate style that compliments the story. The imagery is thoughtful, relevant, and amplify the … Read more

High In The Sky: Author Interview and Review

High in the Sky: Author Interview and Review

book Review: High In The Sky If you have young children, they will love High in the Sky by Kathleen Gauer. It’s whimsical, flowing language takes children along a tale of adventurous pretend play. Not surprisingly, the main character is a child. A child who is full of emotion. When they feel overwhelmed with life and like they’re about to explode, they go out to play and burn off all that energy. While doing so, they dream up all sorts … Read more

Cami Kangaroo Has Too Much Stuff: Author Interview and Review

Cami Kangaroo Has Too Much Stuff by Stacy C Bauer, author interview and review. A story for children who like to collect too much stuff, and whose parents might want their children to minimize or organize their things.

Author Interview and Book Review: Cami Kangaroo Has Too Much Stuff If you’ve been following the book reviews on Abrazo and Coze, you’ll know I previously did an interview with Stacy C Bauer for her first ever picture book Cami Kangaroo Has Too Many Sweets. Now I have the opportunity to review the next in the Cami Kangaroo and Wyatt Too series: Cami Kangaroo Has Too Much Stuff. Stacy also agreed to another interview, which I personally find really exciting. … Read more

Becoming Beautiful: Author Interview & Review

Becoming Beautiful by Tarang Rawat Author Interview and Review. Read this magical story that celebrates differences and empowers children to love themselves and others.

Author Interview and Review: Becoming Beautiful I am super excited to share the book Becoming Beautiful with you. Partly because I think it will be an amazing children’s story but also because I’m excited to be part of the hype leading up to its launch. That’s right. Becoming Beautiful isn’t published yet. The illustrations aren’t even quite finished yet (but I’ve seen enough to know I like it, and the style is very compatible with the storyline). So why the … Read more

Cami Kangaroo Has Too Many Sweets: Author Interview And Review

Cami Kangaroo Has Too Many Sweets by Stacy C Bauer is a fun story about a young kangaroo who loves sweets a bit too much...

Author Interview and Book Review: Cami Kangaroo Has Too Many Sweets I’m super eager to share my thoughts on Cami Kangaroo Has Too Many Sweets and am excited to host an interview with the author, Stacy C. Bauer. I especially love that by reviewing books of new and aspiring authors is that I get the opportunity to find out who they are, and to watch them succeed. I also love that I get to be one of the first to … Read more

Nonni’s Moon – Author Interview and Review

Nonnis Moon - Author Interview and Review

Nonni’s Moon – Book Review and Author Interview One of my favourite things to do is browse children’s books. I know, I’m weird. I love the illustrations, and I love how illustrators and authors work together to create the magic of worthwhile literature. When author Julia Inserro contacted me to ask if I would review her new book, Nonni’s Moon, I didn’t hesitate to say yes. But I didn’t want to stop at just a book review. (Hello grade school … Read more