4 ½ stars for The Benefits of Being an Octopus by Ann Braden. This is a thoughtful look at poverty and that not everything in
Thank you so much to the #KidLitExchange Network and Macmillian Press for a chance to read this book. All opinions are my own. Good Enough.
I don’t think I have ever read a book about suffering from ADHD. If I have, it didn’t leave much of a mark on me.
Identical twins Elodee and Naomi are moving from their home of Juniper to Eventown. Something has happened in their family that no one will talk
If you are a fan of adventurous mysteries filled with plucky kids and steampunk sensibilities, Cogheart, by Peter Bunzl, is a great choice. I actually
Do you ever wish that you could start over with a clean slate? Or re-do a part of your life? Chase didn’t realize that he