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MBR: Children’s Bookwatch Review

MBR: Children’s Bookwatch Review

The Oct 2019 issue of “Children’s Bookwatch” includes a glowing review of Winnie and the Mystery of the Missing Moonstones!   An original, entertaining, and thoroughly charming fantasy story for young readers ages 8-12, “Winnie and the Mystery of the Missing Moonstones” is unreservedly endorsed and recommended for family, elementary school, middle school, and community library Fantasy Fiction collections. It should be noted for personal reading lists that “Winnie and the Mystery of the Missing Moonstones” is also available in a digital book format (Kindle, $4.99). Read the full review on the Fantasy/SciFi Shelf. Many thanks to Midwest Book Review!...

SCBWI BookStop 2019 is now open

SCBWI BookStop 2019 is now open

Trying to figure out what to get for the children on your holiday gits list? It’s important to encourage early reading, and there aren’t too many better ways to help spur the imagination than to give a great book! Visit the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) 2019 BookStop to see more about Winnie and the Mystery of the Missing Moonstones. While you’re there, be sure to check out the great books released by other authors and illustrators this year, too!      

Book Launch Report

Book Launch Report

Many thanks to Barnes and Noble, Lafayette for hosting the Winnie and the Mystery of the Missing Moonstones book launch! There are only a few signed copies left on the shelf at Barnes and Noble, be sure to stop in and get yours! JP Coman’s friends and family joined in the celebration.    

Book Launch

Book Launch

Head over to the Barnes & Noble at 5705 Johnston St, Lafayette, LA this Friday, Sep 6th, from 6:-7:30 pm for the release of our latest launch! Meet J.P. Coman, get your book to signed, and learn all about the characters from Winnie and the Mystery of the Missing Moonstones.

Small Spaces Book Review

Small Spaces Book Review

I recently received an ARC of Small Spaces by Katherine Arden, in conjunction with the promotion for her newest title, Dead Voices. I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to young horror readers. Even for a middle grade book, I found myself invested in the story and stayed up late to finish it. The danger level was quite real without there being any real physical harm in the end, and there were a few surprising twists I wouldn’t have envisioned. The ending wrapped up a little too quickly for my taste and the primary protagonist was defeated much too...

Binoculars looking at the ocean.

Summer Fun for Kids

It’s Summer Break! That time of year most parents look forward to and dread at the same time. Your kids have completed another year of school and you need fun and educational summer activities you can do together. If you’re at a loss for activities other than swimming, horseback riding, or just running around the house, here are a few ideas for you to try out. Book Related Activities On the hottest of days, when no one wants to be out in the sun, instead of vegging in front of the tube, find a good book! It’s important to keep learning...