Review – My Beach Adventure

by Mary Williamson “My Beach Adventure,” written by Mary Williamson, is a children’s book that takes readers on an imaginative journey to the beach through the eyes of a young child. The story begins with the child’s excitement about a special trip to the beach planned for the next day. The story is simple, but …

Review – The Bird Who Forgot To Fly South

by Althea Lemme “It takes a village” is often used when discussing raising children. When the help of others comes to you in your time of need, it’s done from a place of love and community. It’s never too early, for our children, to learn such a simple lesson of giving and gratitude. The Bird …

Review – A Fish Called Bad Eyes: Finding Marsha’s Glasses

by Larry Golicz “A Fish Called Bad Eyes: Finding Marsha’s Glasses” by Larry Golicz offers readers a timeless lesson that resonates with modern life—the importance of environmental conservation and the power of collaboration. Through the adventures of its charming aquatic characters, this book exemplifies how a united effort can bring about positive change, serving as an …

Music at the Watering Hole

by Michele Wallace Campanelli Far, far away in a land called Africa, lived many different animals. The animals rarely got along, especially during the heat. As they gather around the watering hole, they each take their turns as they cool down with some of the refreshing water. Every week, a tour bus would travel to …

Baton

by Michele Wallace Campanelli “Baton” by Michele Wallace Campanelli is a story about a yellow Goldendoodle named Baton and his journey toward finding a loving home. Through encounters with a feisty cat, a compassionate conductor, and the influence of music, Baton learns valuable lessons about friendship, empathy, and the meaning of belonging. The story also …

Land of the Gnomes

by Michele Campanelli One of the most continuing life lessons is that ‘Different does not mean wrong.’ And this timeless wisdom can be seen in the delightful story of Michele Campanelli’s “Land of the Gnomes.” Campanelli’s story champions the idea that uniqueness is not a blemish but a gift to be celebrated. It charmingly presents …

Rex and Friends

by Michele Wallace Campanelli This delightful tale of a young T-Rex speaks volumes about the power of individuality, passion, and friendship. It teaches us a lesson often overshadowed by societal norms and conventions—the importance of following our heart, even when the world suggests otherwise. Michele Wallace Campanelli’s book shows us that we should not be …

A Rescue Ranch Christmas

by Mark Albini “A Rescue Ranch Christmas” by Mark Albini is a tale that will leave readers full of holiday cheer. Albini weaves together a story about a group of farm animals who eagerly await Santa Claus’s arrival on Christmas Eve. In the beginning, you can see Bobo the mouse watching his twins sleep. When …

From Me to You: The Power of Storytelling and Its Inherent Generational Wealth—An African American Story

by Deidra R. Moore-Janvier, Esq. “What is slavery?” This innocent question posed by the author’s child led the writer to compile an insightful and thorough journey through ancestral culture and history. Designed as an innocuous conversation between a mother and her child, the story the author provides begins as you might expect it to. A considerate …

Peanut Butter in the Middle

by Stephanie Lombardi-Terranova “Peanut Butter in the Middle” by Stephanie Lombardi-Terranova is a pleasant children’s book that shows the struggles of being the middle child through the eyes of a young boy. Written in short, rhyming lines, the book follows the boy’s day-to-day routine and his feelings of being left out or overshadowed by his …