Read my latest review from the Unconventional Librarian. This one is a twofer:
Read what the reviewer at the Examiner had to say about my newest release:
Here is an interview along with two reviews on two of my children's books: Hot off the press:
Thursday, February 27, 2014
The sixth installment in my Too Clever Series is finally out.
Read a brief description here:
On the shores of Long Island Sound, near the Connecticut River, lived a young boy who was so fascinated with the American Bald Eagles that fished in the waters near his home, he spent every free moment he had watching them. Everything about the bald eagles fascinated Jason, from the way they flew in the sky to the way they hunted for food. Even the way they built such huge nests grabbed his attention. No other bird flew like the bald eagles. To ten year old Jason, the bald eagle was awe-inspiring. No other bird species commanded such respect when in flight mode. The eagle’s every movement was graceful and regal, even to the way it turned its head to look at him, and it did look at him as he gazed at it through his binoculars.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
After months of waiting, Too Clever V: Timothy and The Man In The Moon is finally out:
Seven-year-old Timothy Peppin was excited about his upcoming birthday. He’d been waiting for this day it seemed like forever. He was turning eight in a couple of days, and ever since he was five, he had been asking his parents to take him to the Moon. They had repeatedly told him he was too young, but now that he was turning eight, he believed he was old enough to make the trip. He had no knowledge of what was involved, but his parents were able to do 'most anything, so he was counting the minutes until the great day—the day he turned eight—the day he may finally get to go to the Moon.
Thursday, March 14, 2013
If you love Easter Bunny children's stories, then look no further than Too Clever III: Curious Mary and Esme the Bunny. Click on the link here and read an excerpt on the next page:
The book begins with Curious Mary's visit to her aunt and uncle’s farm in the country, where she spent her Easter school break. The story covers Mary’s trip from the bus to the farm and her efforts to save her favorite pet, Esme the bunny. When Mary learns a terrible fate is planned for Esme on Easter Sunday she uses all her creative skills to try to save her best bunny pal from her fate on Easter Sunday.