Tag Archive | children’s books

Cover Reveal for Willoughby and the Terribly Itchy Itch

Cover Reveal for Willoughby and the Terribly Itchy Itch

Willoughby has an itch he can’t reach. An itch he can’t scratch. Not just a little itch, a TERRIBLY ITCHY ITCH. Nothing he does will make it go away. What can a dragon do when he has an itch he can’t reach?

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I’d Punch a Lion

I’d Punch a Lion

I recently had the opportunity to be a beta reader for a children’s book that is in the works. The book is called I’d Punch A Lion in his Eye for You and it was written by my good buddy Ben Wolf and illustrated by the amazing Benjamin Lucas Powell. Now, I have to say, […]

Repetitive Reading and Memorizing Monkeys

Repetitive Reading and Memorizing Monkeys

Did your kids ever have one of those favorite books, the kind that, no matter how many times you read it, it never got old? Mine have had several, different books at different stages. One they’ve always liked is “Bears in the Night,” a Berenstain Bears book. Silly and repetitive, with few words but extremely […]

What’s Wrong with Children’s Literature

What’s Wrong with Children’s Literature

The other day as I was scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed, I came across this article*. At first I skimmed past it, but after seeing the same link pop up from several different friends, I decided it must be worth taking a look. I’m glad I did. The author discusses the trend of YA fiction […]