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Princess Madeline Trilogy Cover Reveal and $25 Giveaway!

  About the Books Title: The Escape of Princess Madeline (Princess Madeline Trilogy, Book #1) * Author: Kirstin Pulioff * Publication Date: November 4, 2012 * Publisher: Caliburn Books * Number of pages: 138 * Recommended age: 10+ Summary: Madeline, princess of Soron, awakens on her sixteenth birthday to find … Continue reading

The Search for the Stone of Excalibur Blog Tour

About the Book Title: The Search for the Stone of Excalibur (The Chronicles of the Stone, Book 2) | Author: Fiona Ingram | Publication Date: October 6, 2014 | Publisher: The Educational Publisher / Biblio Publishing | Pages: 376 | Recommended Ages: 10+ Summary: A modern day adventure as our … Continue reading

Treasury of Egyptian Mythology for Kids

My 6 year-old has been in love with all things Egyptian for several years now. I previously wrote how her love for history and the Egyptians helped me steer her away from Disney Princesses and onto new interests. A few weeks back I found National Geographic’s Treasury of Egyptian Mythology, … Continue reading

A Pair of Docks Book Review

I became aware of this teen novel through Mother-Daughter Book reviews, who organized a book Blitz for Jennifer Ellis and her new book, a Pair of Docks. As a lover of fantasy and magical world, I was certainly intrigued by the idea and looking forward to delve into the novel! … Continue reading

My Favorite Scary Books for Children

October is here, and with it out come the scares, the ghouls, spirits and monsters too. I love the obscure, I love the thrills and chills that come with the unknown. For children, I also believe they need to get a good dose of the unknown… not to scare them … Continue reading

The Princess Fables Book Blast

About the Book Title: The Princess Fables | Author: Marc Clark | Illustrator: Eric Hosford | Publication Date: December 5, 2013 | Publisher: Seven C’s Productions | Pages: 115 | Recommended Ages: 3+ Summary: The Origins of THE PRINCESS FABLES: When the author’s daughter was just beginning the first grade, … Continue reading