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Destiny and Faith Book Blast

Mother Daughter Book Reviews is pleased to be coordinating Destiny and Faith Go to Twincentric Academy’s Book Blast on behalf of author Jourden Cleghorn who writes under the pen name of Teddy O’Malley. Jourden was recently involved in a serious automobile accident resulting in severe injuries just days after her … Continue reading

French Lemon Cake and a Perrault Fairy tale

This week we’re back in France, traveling through children’s literature and cooking. When I was preparing my “cooking class” last weekend, I decided I wanted to read to the girls one of my favorite fairytale books from when I was growing up: Fairytales from around the world, illustrated by Adrienne … Continue reading

Fancy Nancy’s Delectable Chocolate Devil’s food Cupcakes

Finally, after spring break, mother’s day and life in general, we’ve resumed cooking classes paired with books for little Miss I and her friend Z. This past week we decided to read from one of Little Miss I’s favorites to pair up with a recipe, so we pulled out of … Continue reading

“GG and Mamela” Book Blog tour

  About the Book Title: GG and Mamela | Author: Belinda Brock | Illustrator: Avi Katz | Publication Date: April 15, 2014 | Publisher: Lamb Press | Pages: 32 | Recommended Ages: 4 to 10 Summary: This picture book celebrates the loving relationship between Lily and her great-grandmother (GG) as … 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

Issa’s Sweetish Pancakes

This weekend Little Miss I came to me and said she had a recipe of her own, and she wanted to make it for me (and publish it in this blog, of course). When I asked what her dish was called, I heard “Swedish pancakes.” However, when I inquired about … Continue reading