Book Review: Ramona Learns To Pee In The Potty (Ramona The Cactus)

Image Courtesy of Amazon Summary Meet Ramona the Cactus, who is learning to use the potty and to transition out of her diapers. What a big girl! This adorable book is useful to help little ones to get used to the idea of the potty. Definitely one to add to a new parent’s bookshelf. Click… Continue reading Book Review: Ramona Learns To Pee In The Potty (Ramona The Cactus)

Book Review: Salford World War (Amelia Hartliss Mysteries Book 12)

Summary Melia and her boyfriend, Mickey were both secret agents or spies. Sometimes they worked together, but not this time. He was planning to retire (Why?) When the Chinese minister for trade and investment was en route to visit Salford, everyone was worried of what started the First World War. Melia’s job was to keep… Continue reading Book Review: Salford World War (Amelia Hartliss Mysteries Book 12)

Baby, It’s Cold Outside Book Tag From Westveil Publishing

Thank you, Westveil Publishing for tagging me! Rules:* Thank the person who tagged you and link to their post.* Display the banner* Link to the original creator: Erin @ Reading On A Star!* Answer the questions!* Tag however many people as you want! 1. Snow Day – What’s your “comfort” book? Her search for love and her love of… Continue reading Baby, It’s Cold Outside Book Tag From Westveil Publishing

Book Review: Wonder By R. J. Palacio

Summary Auggie Pullman was born with facial deformities which meant many surgical procedures for him since he was a baby. This novel was about him starting grade five in a regular school. He was being homeschooled until then by his mom. As one could imagine, he had to deal with prejudice and bullying from both… Continue reading Book Review: Wonder By R. J. Palacio

Book Review: The Cantor

Image Courtesy of Indigo This book was the prequel to Chaos Looming, Book One in The Legion of Pneumos series by H.B. Reneau. Summary One moment Keira was in a car speeding down the down the road with her mother in the driver’s seat. The next moment, the car crashed and they died….. But then,… Continue reading Book Review: The Cantor

Book Review: Thomas L. Goss

If you enjoy reading and writing poems, you should look up Thomas L. Goss’s recent works. As I was reading and pondering his poems, there was a lot of very colourful imagery. Photo from Amazon There was a lot of references to nature and how we were such an integral part of the universe in… Continue reading Book Review: Thomas L. Goss

Reblog Feature: Favourite Children’s Books, Guest Post by Chocoviv

“Author of Chocoviv Lifestyle Blog, Vivian takes a nostalgia ride by sharing her favorite books that she read with her kids and why she loves them. The stories that Vivian has shared here are truly heartwarming. It is so amazing that how certain books are emotionally connected to us! Apart from blogging, Vivian loves to travel… Continue reading Reblog Feature: Favourite Children’s Books, Guest Post by Chocoviv