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Book Review: Melvin the Sad…(ish) Robot by Joshua Margolis

9 Oct


Children’s book
Date Published: 11/1/16

Publisher: Mascot Books

Melvin is known for being a sad…(ish) robot. But, as he finds new friends and experiences, he may just figure out how to be happy…(ish).

Purchase Links

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My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free copy. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

Melvin the Sad…(ish) Robot is a children’s picture book about Melvin the Robot who is okay, going to school and coming home every day but he’s lonely. One day he sees a Ladybug Robot and he says hello to her which is very unlike him. She agrees to meet him later but he waits and waits and she never shows up. As he’s going home, he runs into his friend (his only friend?) who has several pets in tow. Melvin agrees to adopt one and suddenly he’s not so lonely any more.

This is a great children’s book. Not only does it teach that many of us are lonely but that there is something we can do to combat that loneliness. It also teaches that it’s okay to step out of our comfort zone. The pictures are creative and interesting and had to have taken some time and thought to make them. They’re great! I love the toaster dog!


About the Author

Joshua Margolis is a sculptor, photographer, and author from Oakland, Ca. His work has been featured in many galleries and studios. He was the de Young Fine Arts Museum artist in residence for the month of July 2014, where he brought his monsters and robots project to sculpted life. Melvin the Sad…(ish) Robot is the first story of its kind to incorporate Joshua ceramic sculptures into a real world setting, creating a unique visual narrative.

Contact Information

Website: http://www.Joshuamargolis.net

Instagram: @clayandwine

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Joshua-Margolis-Ceramics-284046127600/



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Book Review: Sweet T and the Turtle Team by Cat Michaels

7 Aug

About the Book

Title: Sweet T and the Turtle Team
Author: Cat Michaels
Illustrator: Irene A. Jahns
Publication Date: July 2017
Publisher: 2101 Ink
Number of Pages: 72
Recommended Ages: 6 to 11


It’s nesting season for loggerhead sea turtles on North Carolina’s Gull Island. Nine-year old Tara (or Sweet T as her family sometimes calls her) is determined to see hatchlings make it safely from their nests to their ocean home.Summering on Gull Island with Great Aunt Mae could be tons of fun, but T is having a hard time making new friends with island children, let alone finding kids to help her monitor a sea turtle nest.There’s little sister Jenna, but Jenna is, well, little. Fuzzy is around, too, but Jenna’s blue stuffy rabbit gets lost all the time. Besides, a toy bunny can’t help protect turtle nests.Tara befriends Billy, a moody island child. He teaches her skimboarding and shows her the best shelling spots. But Billy stomps away when she asks him to read the “Turtle Team Guide” and join her in saving baby sea turtles.What’s up with Billy? He’s nice one minute and grumpy the next. And why does he refuse to join T’s Turtle Team? T can’t figure him out.

A tropical storm threatens Gull Island just as the sea turtle nest is ready to hatch. T must abandon the nest and prepare for bad weather.

  • Will Sweet T and her friends keep safe from the storm?
  • Will the sea turtle nest survive angry ocean waves?
  • Will Billy reveal his secret?

Dive into adventure, fun and secrets on Gull Island with “Sweet T and the Turtle Team” to find out!

“Sweet T and the Turtle Team” is the third book of the Sweet T Tales Series of chapter books for early and reluctant readers by Cat Michaels, MS., Ed. With a glossary, comprehension quiz, sea turtle hatch photo gallery, and discussion questions, “Turtle Team” delivers powerful messages about protecting marine life while helping young readers empathize with children who struggle to read.


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My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free copy. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

Sweet T and the Turtle Team is a chapter book for young readers. It’s about a girl who is on Gull Island with her family during her summer vacation. It starts out kind of boring but she soon makes friends and becomes part of a Turtle Team and her vacation turns out to be a fun adventure.

Cat Michaels has a great writing style that is simple enough for children to read but I enjoyed reading it as well. Occasionally, there was a page titled, “Texts from Kristen.” Kristen is T’s sister and stayed home with their dad. The texts are a great way to “modernize” the story. There are also watercolors throughout the book that help to enhance the story.

The best part of Sweet T and the Turtle Team was learning about turtle nests. On a nature channel, I saw turtles emerging from their nests and the dangers they faced while heading toward the water and even once they got into the water. I had no idea that there were teams that helped them on their journey! It was interesting to read about the turtles and to see the photos of the baby turtles at the end.

Sweet T and the Turtle Team has it all: a great story, nice illustrations, and an opportunity for children to learn about turtle nests and dyslexia. At the end, it has photos of baby turtles, questions to answer, and a glossary of text terms.


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About the Author


Author, blogger CAT MICHAELS, M.S., Ed., has more than two decades of experience helping students from kindergarten to college with learning disabilities and Asperger’s syndrome.

Her chapter books and Sweet T Tales series for beginning readers tell of every day life with a twist of magic and mischief. Cat’s books encourage young and reluctant readers to use their imagination and solve kid-sized dilemmas as they enjoy reading.

Cat lives in North Carolina with her family, where she enjoys digital photography and graphic design, creates pocket gardens, works out as often as she can, and writes.

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Book Review: Henry and the Hidden Treasure by BCR Fegan

4 Aug

Henry and the Hidden Treasure is an imaginative adventure a young child has in defending his pocket money against his little sister. Henry constructs elaborate defensive measures that he is sure will stand up to the clever ambitions of Lucy. Little does he know, Lucy has a few tricks of her own.

With a focus on introducing children to the use of ordinal numbers, Henry and the Hidden Treasure also draws out some important qualities of being a kid – such as creativity, the value of listening to parental advice, and of course, being nice to your sister.

Available on Amazon, B&N, Publisher.


My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

What an adorable children’s book! Henry and the Hidden Treasure is about a boy who wants to hide his money from his sister instead of putting it in the bank, which his parents want him to do. He has such a wonderful imagination that his “treasure” is definitely secure, or so he thinks. 

The illustrations by Lenny Wen are colorful and will keep any child’s attention. They go along with Henry’s imagination very well. There’s not a lot of text, but there’s just the right amount to teach children the power of imagination and the use of ordinal numbers. This would be a fun book to read aloud. I may have to get a copy of this book for my niece for Christmas. She’ll love it!


About the Author

BCR Fegan is an award-winning author who has written a number of fairy tales and fantasies for children and young adults.

Raised on a small hobby farm only minutes from some of Australia’s greatest beaches, Fegan grew up inspired by the power of natures ambience. From the intensity of the frequent summer storms, to the overwhelming serenity of a lonely beach in the early hours of the morning. His ravenous appetite for both reading and writing soon saw him drawing on the transformational influence of the world around him to craft short stories, poems and picture books.

As time wore on, Fegan also found inspiration in the magic and depth of authors and compositors like Hans Christian Andersen, the Brothers Grimm and Charles Perrault. He was mesmerised by the potency of small but beautiful phrases that were carefully carved from the minds of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Alfred Lord Tennyson and Robert Frost. He grew to appreciate the worlds meticulously created by David Eddings, JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis.

Eventually, he began to forge his own complete works. Weaving his own magic, piecing together his own phrases and crafting his own worlds. Agonising over plots that would inspire, characters that would be loved and circumstances that would delight. In time, his efforts saw a number of children’s books and young adult fiction produced. Through the efforts of TaleBlade Press, these works are now being published with that same careful dedication.




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Book Review: Bigfoot by David Michael Slater

10 Jul


Mysterious Monsters: Bigfoot

By David Michael Slater

Genre: Early Chapter ages 6-10


About the Book

The Mattigan kids don’t believe in things that go bump in the night. After all, their dad is famous for proving such things are impossible. But, when their long-lost Grandpa Joe shows up with his Mysterious Monsters journal, begging for help, the siblings find themselves drawn into a search for Bigfoot.
Along the way, they’ll have to deal with meddling babysitters, suspicious psychics, a YouTube disaster, and their furious father. To solve this mystery, Maddie, Max, and Theo must rethink what’s possible — and make lots of peanut butter and banana sandwiches. 

Available on Amazon.


My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

Mysterious Monsters: Bigfoot is a fun book for children. The Mattigans live in an old mansion and their dad is famous for proving there is no such thing as psychics, bigfoot, aliens, and anything else that hasn’t been 100% proven. The children are used to having a sitter now and again while their dad is on assignment.

As soon as their dad leaves this time, his long-lost father shows up. He tells Maddie, Max, and Theo he left when their dad was young to find monsters and prove that they existed. He hasn’t been successful so far but Bigfoot is supposed to be in their forest and he wants them to look for him since he’s in such poor health. Theo runs into the woods to look for Bigfoot and Maddie and Max have to find him before he gets lost. Theo isn’t all they find, though.

Bigfoot is a delightful story with funny illustrations that children will enjoy. The dialogue is great and what fun it is to have a children’s book with a couple of twists.



About the Author

David Michael Slater is an acclaimed author of books for children, teens, and adults. His work for children includes the picture books Cheese Louise!, The Bored Book, and The Boy & the Book, as well as the on-going teen fantasy series, Forbidden Books, which is being developed for film by a former producer of The Lion King. David’s work for adults includes the hilarious comic-drama, Fun & Games, which the New York Journal of Books writes “works brilliantly.” David teaches in Reno, Nevada, where he lives with his wife and son. You can learn more about David and his work at www.davidmichaelslater.com.


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Book Review: Fifo “50 Sates” by Hayley Rose

9 Jul

Fifo’s been bitten by the travel bug! Digging up diamonds in Arkansas, looking for fossils in Kansas, enjoying a delicious bowl of gumbo in Louisiana, and even seeing a Broadway show in New York. America is an exciting place!

In Fifo’s second book, told in rhyme, Fifo dreams about visiting all 50 states. A colorful reference-like book, Fifo discovers the wonders each state has to offer. He learns along the way each state s capital, shape, flag, motto, and much, much more. The possibilities are endless! So, come along with Fifo and you ll soon discover the beauty of America one state to another.

Available on Amazon.


My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

Fifo is a great children’s book that teaches about all 50 states. Each state has two pages, the first gives information about the state such as its flower, tree, and bird and when it became a state, all told in rhyme. The second page is a colorful illustration by Jesse B. Orlet that shows even more information about that state.

This is a wonderful learning tool for children to learn about the states. It’s fun and informative at the same time.


Excerpt (my state)

Across the midwest
lies the 34th state,
it is called Kansas
and I hear it’s just great.
Topeka is the capital
and there are many things to see,
like the beautiful Sunflower
and the Cottonwood tree.
The bird, the Western Meadowlark,
lives in Kansas too.
It’s a wonderful place to visit,
I’d like to go there, wouldn’t you?


About the Author

Hayley Rose is a #1 best-selling, award-winning author, dedicated to bringing fun, educational and inspiring books to kids through her brand Books by Hayley Rose. 

In 2002 she released her first children’s book, Fifo When I Grow Up, followed by the #1 best-sellers, Fifo 50 States in 2010 and The Do’s and Don’ts in 2013. This year her brand plans to expand into music and games, along with the release of two more books Today I Feel Emotion on March 7th and Fifo Musical Animals ABC on November 2nd. 

Hayley’s children’s books have won numerous literary awards, including the prestigious Mom’s Choice Awards®, KART Kids Book List Award®, Creative Child Magazine’s Preferred Choice® and four Reader’s Favorite International Book Awards®, an honor she shares alongside actor Jim Carrey and author Sheri Fink. 

In 2012 Hayley was selected as one of “The Top 50 Writers You Should Be Reading” by the AuthorsShow.com. 

Before writing children’s books, Hayley had been working in entertainment business management for over 15 years, specializing in concert touring. She has worked with many “A list” musicians including Michael Jackson, Rod Stewart and Candlebox just to name a few. Hayley hopes to one day soon release an album of children’s songs. 

Hayley is currently a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, The Greater Los Angeles Writers Society, Independent Book Publishers Association and the Arizona Authors Association. She lives in Scottsdale, Arizona with her dog, Blanche.

Visit Hayley at booksbyhayleyrose.com or connect on Facebook at facebook.com/booksbyhayleyrose.




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Book Review: The Bridge of the Golden Wood by Karl Beckstrand

30 Jun

A child with a knack for solving problems helps some hungry fish and finds a treasure. Illustrated folk tale teaches how to spot opportunities to help people and make money. Comes with money-making activities; ideas for businesses; and online resources on finding customers, managing money, and moving up in an organization (for ages 5 and up). Young children will be captivated by the story; older ones will want to apply the things they learn.

Available on Amazon.


My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

The Bridge of the Golden Wood is short but a good story with delightful and colorful illustrations. It’s good as just a story but older children might want to use the ideas to spot opportunities that they might otherwise have overlooked. The last three pages have ideas for earning money, working for others, or even working for yourself. It has examples and tips and of course, suggests checking with an adult to make sure what is chosen is appropriate.

Great quote from the book: “The only guarantee of success is what you guarantee yourself through your imagination, effort, and persistence.”


About the Author 

Karl Beckstrand is the award-winning and bestselling author of 18 multicultural titles and more than 50 e-books (reviews by Kirkus, The Horn Book blog, School Library Journal, ForeWord Reviews). Beckstrand earned a B.A. in journalism from BYU, an M.A. in international relations from APU, and a certificate from Film A. Academy. Once a technical recruiter in Silicon Valley, Beckstrand’s early work was produced by two publishers (the first died the day they were to print his book!). Since 2004 he has guided Premio Publishing & Gozo Books. An engaging speaker and workshop facilitator, Beckstrand has experience in high tech, public policy, film, and broadcasting. He teaches media at a state college—including TV/radio scripts and Web content—and contrasts traditional publishing with digital book publishing. His Y.A. fiction, short stories, kids’ e-book mysteries, nonfiction/biographies, Spanish & bilingual books (with ESL/ELL pronunciation guides), and wordless books feature characters of color and usually end with a twist. He has lived abroad, been a Spanish/English interpreter, and speaks on diversity. He enjoys volleyball and kayaking (usually not at the same time). Beckstrand has presented for SUECON (education conference), Taiwan’s Global Leadership for Youth, California’s Capital Book Festival, Utah Educational Library Media Association, Called to Learn conference, Salt Lake City Book Festival, PCI Webinars, Utah Humanities Council, Profnet, Murray City Writer’s Workshop, Utah Housing Coalition, LUW, Midvale City Reading Program, Utah Office of Education, professional groups, and schools. His racially diverse work has appeared in: Amazon, Baker & Taylor, Barnes & Noble, Border’s Books, Brodart, Costco, Deseret Book, The Children’s Miracle Network, The Congressional Record of the U.S. House of Representatives, Papercrafts Magazine, LDS Film Festival, EBSCO, Follett, iBooks, Kobo, SCRIBD, various broadcasts, and PremioBooks.com. Find: “Karl Beckstrand” on FB, Twitter, KarlBeckstrand.com, and https://karlbeckstrandblog.wordpress.com.

Book Review & Giveaway: Magelica’s Voyage to the Land of the Fairies by Louise Courey Nadeau

29 Jun
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Title: Magelica’s Voyage to the Land of the Fairies
Author: Louise Courey Nadeau
Illustrator: Nathan Heinze
Publication Date: April 2017
Publisher: Magelica Inc.
Number of Pages: 35
Recommended Ages: 5 to 10


Five Star Readers Favourite and Story Monster approved! New Magelica’s Voyage to the Land of the Fairies is finally out! Its the third children’s book in the Magelica trilogy. Put on your magical necklace and join Magelica and her friends as they discover that fairies are real and that love is the most powerful magic of all!In this very special adventure, rainbows light up the sky as Magelica and Prince Will embark on an extraordinary voyage to uncover the mystery of her past. Empowered on her quest by her chosen mother, Magelica and her friends follow the secret scroll to the Land of the Fairies. As they make their way through the forest, fear gets in the way and their courage is tested.
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My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

Magelica’s Voyage to the Land of the Fairies is about Magelica who is a fairy but she doesn’t know who her parents are. She has a Guardian Angel, Gri, who takes care of her. When she gets a chance to go the the Land of the Fairies and find out about her parents, she’s very excited.

This is a cute fantasy story for young children. It has colorful pictures full of the interesting characters. It also teaches that it’s okay to be afraid but having a positive attitude can help overcome that fear.

At the end of the story, there are some questions to help the reader think about magic, faith, and love. 

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Book Review: Scribble & Author by Miri Leshem-Pelly

29 Jun


Title: SCRIBBLE & AUTHOR        
Author: Miri Leshem-Pelly
Publisher: Kane Miller Books
Pages: 32
Genre: Picture Book for Authors

Scribble & Author is written as a dialogue between the main character, Scribble, and the author who created her. 

Scribble’s journey starts on a peaceful shore called THE BEGINNING, continues to the rough, adventurous MIDDLE, and leads finally to the gate of THE ENDING, but it’s not at all what Scribble expected… Scribble is a scribble and Author is an author, but who really gets to tell the tale?

A picture book about finding your own voice, making your own decisions, and writing your own story.

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My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free copy. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

Scribble & Author is a colorful book about writing a story. It’s an unusual picture book that teaches about writing your own story and making your own decisions. It pertains to writing as well as to our lives. Scribble and the author communicate throughout the book and the author encourages Scribble to make his own decisions, therefore writing his own story.

This book is definitely one that children would enjoy as well as writers.


Book Excerpt

A color spot,

some pencil lines,

and here you are… Scribble!

Hi, who are you?

Hello Scribble.

I’m the author, and I’m here to help you create your journey.

Let’s start at the beginning.

Wow, Author, you’ve created a beautiful beginning!

Where do I go next?

Well, it’s your journey, so it’s up to you.

What would you like to do?


About the Author

photographer: Efrat Shine, http://www.studio-shine.co.il

Miri Leshem-Pelly is the author-illustrator of 14 children’s books. She’s also illustrated 14 books for other writers. When Miri isn’t writing she can be found speaking at schools, kindergartens and libraries. She is invited to do more than 200 presentations with her books per year. Miri is also a Regional Advisor for SCBWI (Society of Children’s book writers & illustrators).

Miri is represented by Olswanger Literary Agency.

Miri’s works have won awards and her illustrations have been shown on several exhibitions.

Miri lives in Israel with her husband and two children, and loves reading books and going on nature hikes.





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Book Review: Changing Places by Anne K. Edwards

19 Jun

Changing Places, by Anne K. Edwards

Age level: 4-8

Price: $1.99

Pages: 14

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A black cat named Whiskers encounters a snake that has lost his home when he goes outside to see the world.


My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

Changing Places is about a cat and a snake who decide to trade places for the day. After their day of adventure, they each decide they’re happier in their own home.

This is a cute book for children that teaches them a little bit about cats and snakes but also teaches that the grass isn’t always greener on the other side. It’s short but it’s a good story.


About the Author

Anne K. Edwards enjoys writing tales for children when she’s not focusing on a mystery. Some stories are ideas taken from little misadventures of her cat who actually did fall off the porch and land on a large blacksnake as it was sunning itself. Both were more than a little surprised.



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Book Review: Theodore and the Enchanted Bookstore by K. Kibbee

17 Jun


Theodore and the Enchanted Bookstore: Tale of the Spectacular Spectacles

By K. Kibbee

Genre: Early Chapter Book {ages 6-10}



Living life as a bumbling breadbox with fur, was hardship enough for Theodore the Corgi, but when the young dog finds himself cold and alone in a frightening animal shelter, it’s clear that his struggles have only just begun. 

Labeled “unadoptable,” by shelter staff, Theodore mires in the gloom until a kind-eyed stranger with a pocket full of handcrafted jerky and a quirky smile, rescues him with the intent of making Theodore the newest addition to his curious Bookstore. Though overwhelmed at first, Theodore soon finds both his new friend and the odd bookstore are welcoming hosts, despite the Corgi’s run of clumsy mishaps. And while Theodore’s formerly dull and lonely life fades to memory, a new, adventurous one blooms before him—for hidden amongst the dusty stacks of books and things at the Enchanted Bookstore, waits a peculiar little man with a set of the most magical, Spectacular Spectacles imaginable.


My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free copy. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

Theodore and the Enchanted Bookstore is about a dog, Theodore, whose owner gives him to the pound because he keeps running into things and making messes. He’s severely depressed that his beloved owner has abandoned him. He’s lucky when one of the boys who works at the pound realizes that Theodore is going to die because he won’t eat so he asks a bookstore owner to see him and maybe take him for the bookstore.

Theodore’s new owner Sam is patient and caring and even though Theodore runs into things sometimes, he caring and understanding. When Sam realizes that Theodore needs glasses he orders him some but somehow Theodore receives magical spectacles and what happens is a big surprise.

This is a cute story for young readers and teaches how important owners are to their dogs and how important it is to be patient with dogs. I was a little disappointed at the end. It could have been the perfect beginning to a story. 



About the Author

(Kristine) Kibbee is a Pacific Northwest writer with a fascination for all things literary. Kristine’s passion for creative writing began in her early youth and led her to the doors of Washington State University, where she earned a degree in Humanities, with a focus in Professional Writing. Kristine followed her scholarly pursuit of writing with published works in The Vancougar, The Salal Review Literary Review, Just Frenchies magazine, and S/Tick Literary Review. She is presently a regular columnist for Terrier Group magazine.

Kristine’s novella, “The Mischievous Misadventures of Dewey the Daring,” was her first and only self-published release, and is still currently available on Amazon.com. Her middle-grade fantasy novel, “Whole in the Clouds,” was released in November 2014 and is being re-released by Incorgnito Publishing Press, with additional material, in October of 2016. The first installment in her YA fantasy series, “Forest of the Fae-Devlin’s Door,” was released in early 2016 with Incorgnito.

Kristine anticipates following the release of book two in the “Forests of the Fae” series (“The Raven Queen”) with a third and final installment, which will tentatively come to print in early 2018.


Kristine regularly engages on a variety of social media platforms and can be followed:

On Twitter @K_Kibbee

On Facebook: facebook.com/KKibbeewrites


Publisher’s Info:



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