In my latest author interview, Canadian author Lesley Crewe talks about the childhood memories, Expo '67 and Nosy Parker, her latest slice-of-life book.
What a fanastic book. The book shows kids about the number of jobs available out there that are more than your traditional doctors and lawyers (although there is a vet and a documentary photographer).
In this coming-of-age book by Ana Pessoa, a young woman named Mary John pens a letter to her friend Julio the Pirate. "The letter runs through a hurricane of emotions ranging from anger, grief and frustration to accepetance and serenity."
Beautiful art in the picture book While You Sleep. Let's Add Up offers math concepts to kids, while My Name is Saajin Singh reminds kids the importance of standing up for themselves.
Karen Swan's latest book - a kickoff to my Christmas reading - is set in Cotswolds village and the Himalayan foothills and offers great characters and an interesting story.
Wordless book about communications and perspective, a snail who accepts who he is and Dinos Driving. I read a vareity of picture books so far this month.