Children’s Literature

Children’s literature or juvenile literature includes stories, books, magazines, and poems that are enjoyed by children. Modern children’s literature is classified in two different ways: genre or the intended age of the reader.

5.0
13 Nov

Review: InVision by Sherrilyn Kenyon

C L F Fantasy

Think you have a lot of pressure on your shoulders? Nick Gautier was born to bring about the end of the world . . . it’s not easy being the heir of a demon overlord.

29 Jan

Blog Tour: Crossroads by Mary Ting

Paranormal Romance

Award winning author, Mary Ting’s Crossroads Saga gets a facelift. Take a trip into the realm of angels and demons.

3.0
11 Jan

Review: Muirwood: The Lost Abbey, a graphic novel by Jeff Wheeler et al.

Fantasy

Maia, the daughter of the king of Comoros, has been banished, her rank and station taken away. Although magic is forbidden of women in her world, Maia secretly learned…and now her desperate father has sent her on a dangerous quest to save their kingdom. ~ Told in stunning graphics.

5.0
04 Dec

Review: You, Kifaru and the Mud Problem by Amanda Greenslade

C L Early Reader

A cute personalized and interactive read for the young reader. Help get Kifaru out of a sloshy, murky mess in the mud and learn a bit about the physics of leverage while you’re at it.

5.0
28 Nov

Review: Honey the Hero by Emlyn Chand

Children's Literature

Honey, a parakeet living in the Outback, decides to become a superhero. Since she already has the power of flight, all she needs to do is create a costume to conceal her true identity and then fly off in search of animals that need rescuing.

5.0
27 Nov

Review: Xs and Os for Gabby Ann by Petrell Ozbay

C L Early Reader

Gabby’s Daddy works on the other side of the world, at least a million miles away. So, how are his kisses and hugs going to reach her? Join the Xs and Os on a lively, global adventure as they find their way to Gabby Ann, helping children to realize the boundless and powerful spirit of a parent’s love.

5.0
27 Nov

Review: Myra and the Magic Motorcycle: The Business in Bermuda by Amanda Greenslade

C L Early Reader

Turn the key and rev the throttle. You’re about to go on the adventure of a lifetime with Myra and the Magic Motorcycle.

5.0
26 Nov

Review: Izzy the Inventor by Emlyn Chand, Illustrated by Noelle Giffin

C L Early Reader

Izzy is a clumsy young prehistoric bird still trying to figure out the whole flying thing. Each of Izzy’s failed flights leads to a wonderful new invention or discovery for the cavemen. A delightful story for the young reader.

4.0
31 Oct

Review: Initiation by Rebecca Royce

Apocalyptic and Post-apocalyptic

Follow sixteen-year-old Rachel Clancy as she fights vampires, werewolves in Rebecca Royce’s YA Paranormal/Dystopian/Fantasy chock full of action, danger, and suspense.

5.0
23 Oct

Review: Voyage of the Defiance by S. E. Smith

Action & Adventure

When an act of defiance serves up a dish of life lessons that are almost fatal. Ms. Smith has a real winner here!

5.0
05 Jun

Review: The Underground Princess by J. W. Zulauf

C L Chapter Books

What’s a fairy tale with a princess without a HEA? I loved this story for its combination of fairy tale and paranormal but then I really thought about it. What classical fairy tales have I read that didn’t have an element of the paranormal?

5.0
30 May

Review: Fright Train by Majanka Verstraete

C L Chapter Books

A lower grade spooky adventure that is perfect for kids 6-10 years old. Fright train is one trip that will leave you shivering along with Charlie on his way to see Grandma in Weirdville.