If you’ve followed my blog for any length of time, you know that I LOVE fairy tales and I especially LOVE fresh adaptations. Today’s story, “Moldilocks and the 3 Scares,” is a brand new favorite that I get to share with you!
This summer has been FULL of family, travel, work, and general busy-ness. Whew! What a whirlwind! BUT today I finally get to tell you all about one of my favorite picture books that came out this summer: “Unicorn Day!”
It’s been rather slow here on my blog since April. Again, I apologize for that, but I’ve had a few obstacles (trips, house cleaning, plans gone awry, etc.) that are taking more time than usual. BUT no worries. Especially because today I get to bring you an interview with an Illustrator’s debut author-illustrator picture book. […]
Sorry to have disappeared after April, but May was a challenge this year! I had first grade AND Kindergarten with which to wrap up school. It was exhausting. I was beginning to be afraid that my age was starting to show (that’s just how dead tired I was at the end of every single day […]
This is the last day of April and alas, the last day that I will be sharing picture book poetry. But never fear! I will return with more next year. Today’s final poem selection is meant to send our hearts and poetic minds flying off into the year ahead.
I love books. This should come as no surprise from someone who was an English major (and very briefly a High School English teacher as well). When I found today’s picture book poetry collection all about books? I fell madly in love with it.
Today let’s travel back in time to discuss picture book poetry about dinosaurs!