Tag Archives: Kids Lit

When Things Get Old…

So there was this idea. An idea that all the best fairytales in the world could be mashed up, brought into one world, and interact together in a unique and fun way. Sound familiar? Perhaps right now you’re thinking about … Continue reading

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Lucky Luna

I really appreciate family stories, especially sister-sister tales or cousins, or whatever. Coming from a large Hispanic family myself, I recently picked up Diana Lopez’s latest book, Lucky Luna, which is pretty relatable and also tons of fun to read through. … Continue reading

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NaNoWrMo Read: Week 1

During the month of November I will be reading through materials helpful to both budding and seasoned authors alike. We’ll be looking at reads to help with the craft, editing, and publication of writing, all with the aim of inspiring you this NaNoWriMo month.  This week we’re discussing a book read written … Continue reading

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Say What?!

As a child, reading was a safe haven where every book was like traipsing through Beatrix Potter’s world. Innocent, carefree, it was a world of hope and freedom, where every danger was easily escapable. When reading classics, my parents chose … Continue reading

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