Micol Ostow has written dozens of books for children, tweens, and teens, but Amity is her first foray into horror.
Because I’m an author as well as a writing instructor and a reader, I’m often asked for book recommendations. Sometimes I’m asked to suggest books that are like my books, while other times I might need to think of titles that are good for a certain age range or in a specific genre.
When you see what some of the prizes are, you won’t be surprised that in this month’s little peek at the current children’s book trends on The Children’s Book Review there are some really great giveaways; including a chance to win an Amazon Kindle and a $100 Amex gift card!
Cindy Cardona is the Tween Librarian at the South Brunswick Public Library, in South Brunswick, NJ. She spends most of her time trying to figure out how to incorporate food into her library programs, trying to make the Children’s Department a little more colorful, and fighting the good fight to convince people that audiobooks are real books too!
Learning to read is a transformative moment in the life of any child. But for one who has been struggling, it’s particularly powerful.
Cassie is a Youth Services librarian at a public library in southern New Jersey. She adores her home state and is thrilled to serve its residents through both traditional and innovative programming and collections. Her favorite dewey range is 500-699.999 and you can find her tweeting occasionally at @CassieLovesNJ.
Here is your monthly peek at what is currently trending on The Children’s Book Review. This month’s top ten hot spots feature some great book giveaways, some of our best selling books lists, and one of our Dedicated Reviews. Did you catch all of these articles? If not, have fun perusing this list of TCBR’s book trends.