Keagan’s Review: Spin the Golden Lightbulb

At-A-Glance Title: Spin the Golden Light Bulb Author: Jackie YeagerSeries: The Crimson FiveSeries Order: 1 of 3 Genre: Science FictionAudience: Middle GradeRelease Date: January 2018 This book reminds me of: The hover scooters and buses reminded me of Back to the Future, but the rest of the story felt unique. Review Spin the Golden LightContinue reading “Keagan’s Review: Spin the Golden Lightbulb”

Book Review: I Need My Monster Series

At-A-Glance Title: I Need My Monster, Hey That’s My Monster, Are You My Monster?, and How I Met My Monster Author: Amanda NollSeries: I Need My MonsterBooks in Series: 4 Illustrator: Howard McWilliamGenre: Picture Book, FictionRelease Date: 2009-2019 This book reminds me of: How to Catch A Monster by Michael Yu Review I Need MyContinue reading “Book Review: I Need My Monster Series”

Book Review: “Larry Gets Lost in the Library” by Eric Ode

Larry Gets Lost in the Library is a fun picture book set to release on August 3, 2021. The story follows a puppy named Larry who’s search for a book turns into an adventure that takes him to the city library. A young boy named Pete is visiting his grandparents on the farm for theContinue reading “Book Review: “Larry Gets Lost in the Library” by Eric Ode”

Three Picture Books to Encourage Faith and Inner Strength

I Am Enough by Grace Byers Empowering and poetic, I Am Enough offers readers a powerful message and engaging illustrations that blend whimsy and realism. While it isn’t a traditional story or specifically Christian like the other two books in this post, it is full of positive affirmations celebrating that everyone and everything has aContinue reading “Three Picture Books to Encourage Faith and Inner Strength”

A Review of “The Edge of Everywhen”

Piper and Phoenix’s father went missing two years ago. Now, after the death of their mother, they must move in with a rigid and wealthy aunt they’ve only met once. Isolated by distance and a lack of cell service and Wi-Fi, the children seek new ways to occupy their time, including snooping around their aunt’sContinue reading “A Review of “The Edge of Everywhen””