Paws Paddle: Article by Penny Macoun

#rolloswetsurprise #bookcampaign #booksontourpr Whenever dogs fall in a pool, they always seem to be able to swim even though they have never had lessons.             ‘Doggy paddle’ seems to be a swimming stroke many children can master very early on when they learn to swim. This swimming stroke uses the same technique as dogs do READ MORE

Educational Activities: Responsibility with The Mouse and the Egg

#thewindandthemouse #themousenandtheegg #bookcampaign #booksontourpr The Willing Kids Program series provides myriad of opportunities for literacy and social-emotional growth in young children, and to a range of abilities. The first two books, The Wind and the Mouse and The Mouse and the Egg, focus on themes such as kindness, responsibility, adapting to change and courage, in fun, gentle and READ MORE

#BookReview: The Mouse and the Egg by Michelle Worthington and Adyna Ferre

#thewindandthemouse #themousenandtheegg #bookcampaign #booksontourpr #BookReview The Wind and the Mouse (Book 1) and The Mouse and the Egg (Book 2), Michelle Worthington (author), Adyna Ferre (illus.), Daisy Lane Publishing, February 2021. Blurb: The Wind and the Mouse – Spring is here. Mouse wants things to stay the same. Can Wind show her all of the beautiful READ MORE

Review: Ori’s Clean-Up by Anne Helen Donnelly

#OrisCleanUp #BlogTour #BooksOnTour #Day2 Thanks for joining in on this blog tour with a very important message at heart. 🐙🐬🐡🐟🐠 Blurb: Ori the Octopus and his friends have left their rubbish everywhere. They tidy up, but it doesn’t work. To keep their home clean and healthy, they need to do something different, something better. Endorsed READ MORE

Doing The Right Thing: An Article by Robert Vescio

Thanks once again to the awesome Robert Vescio for returning to the blog to discuss the importance of ‘doing the right thing’, which explains the moral intentions behind his newest book, Finn and Puss (see review). Robert writes with a thoughtfulness and tenderness that are always welcomed with a genuine affection by his readers. Thanks READ MORE

Review: Finn and Puss by Robert Vescio

Finn and Puss, Robert Vescio (author), Melissa Mackie (illus.), EK Books, 2017. I’m sure I’m not the only one who, as a child, wished to find a homeless puppy or a wandering kitten just outside their doorstep. But for those children like me, this book is a sound reminder of moral practice in a similar READ MORE

Even Mummy Cries by Naomi Hunter

Guest Post & #BookGiveaway by Naomi Hunter A couple of days ago we were fortunate enough to hear from author and publisher, Naomi Hunter in her interview about her first book, A Secret a Safe to Tell. Today she has generously provided even more valuable insights into dealing with family pressures and struggles and her READ MORE