Lindsay Lackey has trained as an opera singer, worked in children’s and teen services at a public library, and worked for a major publishing house in publicity and marketing. All the Impossible Things is her debut novel.
Browsing: Foster Care
Sandy Stark-McGinniss uses beautifully lyrical prose to make this tender story sing like the extraordinary birds that she describes throughout her unique debut novel.
In Audrey’s Magic Nine, author Michelle Wright has crafted a story about a talented little girl who uses her imagination and courage to find ways out of precarious situations.
Interview sponsored* by Linda Greiner The Children’s Book Review | December 1, 2016 Author Showcase The Children’s Book Review: Sashi and the Puppy…
Sashi Adopts a Brother is a delightful story about a Shetland Sheepdog – also known as a Sheltie – and her family’s adoption of another Sheltie.
Sashi and the Puppy Mill Girl is a picture book about a Shetland Sheepdog’s – also known as a Sheltie – journey from a puppy mill to foster care to adoption. This heartwarming tale has received a Mom’s Choice Award honoring its excellence.
We had the chance to speak with Katherine Paterson about the newly released movie version of her book, The Great Gilly Hopkins.
This book will appeal to girls 10 years old and up who like tough heroines and value a story that wrestles with tough issues.