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Hit the road this summer with Fodor’s Travel and Listening Library! (Giveaway ends 5/15/16)

 

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I cannot begin to grasp the idea that summer is almost here. SUMMER! When did that happen? It seems like we were shoveling snow just yesterday. Now we’re planning on what to do Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start to summer.

What are your summer plans? Are you planning on a vacation with your family or friends?

My family and I can’t afford to go on a real vacation. Instead we rely on “day trips.” They don’t usually cost that much and we are able to be home in time to walk our dog and feed our “mini-zoo.”

One of our favorite places to go during the warm weather months are area parks (local or state). We love being outdoors and exploring nature.

When I was younger my family and I took a road trip through Yosemite National Park. That was one of my most favorite vacations. I still remember when we came across an area that had a lot of snow. You don’t always associate California with snow. I know my parents took a picture of me and my sister playing in the snow. I wish I knew where that photo was.

If you are planning a vacation this year across your state, or across the country, be sure to check out Fodor’s Travel.

Did you know that Fodor’s has been around for 80 years? Wow!

Fodor’s is a trusted resource offering expert travel advice.

In celebration of the National Park Service Centennial in 2016, Fodor’s has unveiled a new suite of online tools and updated guidebooks to help travelers plan an unforgettable family trip to America’s incredible natural wonders.

Throughout this year (2016), all parks, including the venerable Yellowstone and Yosemite, will celebrate the centennial with activities and initiatives that allow visitors to revel in their natural, historical, and cultural splendor.

Yellostone Falls

I would love to return to Yosemite with my family (husband and children). They have never been there before. Visiting Yellowstone is on my “Bucket List.”

If your summer vacation plans include a road trip you should check out Fodor’s National Park Road Trip Itineraries, found on Fodors.com. It will help you and your family have the most road-trip worthy adventures to parks across various states.

You should also check out National Parks 101 if you are planning a trip to a national parks, including booking, budgeting and packing tips; and National Parks Finder helps you find and compare national parks based on activity, region or season.

Be sure to check out Fodor’s National Parks of the West, on sale May 10. The book ha been completely updated and provides readers with the best sites, dining, and lodging in and around each park.

Family Travel

When you are planning a road trip, even if it’s just to the grandparent’s house, you should always have entertainment on hand.

One great way to keep everyone entertained while traveling is with audiobooks. When you listen to a book being read to you via an audiobook, you can completely lose yourself in the journey, enjoying the scenery while listening to a great narrator tell you a story.

Audiobook are idea for children because they help to expand vocabulary, teach pronunciation and improve reading comprehension.

Here are some examples of audiobooks.

 
 
Imagine enjoying these types of stories on your travel adventure.

Did you know that 85% of what we learn, we learn by listening?

Whether it’s a charmingly, quirky tale for your middle grader like Jennifer L. Holm’s The Fourteenth Goldfish, a brain-teasing mystery like Chris Grabenstein’s Escape From Mr. Lemoncello’s Library, or Jack London’s classic The Call of the Wild read by Emmy Award winner Jeff Daniels, you’ll be able to sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride!

These audiobooks are available through Penguin Random House Listening Library of audiobooks.

For more information about Fodors visit Fodors.com. You an also follow Fodor’s Travel on Twitter and Facebook.

Don’t forget to check out Penguin Random House Listening Library (linked above) You can also check out Listening Library on Twitter and Facebook.

To learn more check out the hashtag #FodorsOnTheGo on social media.

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I have a wonderful giveaway for a lucky reader. 

One (1) winner receives:

  • Fodor’s The Complete Guide to the National Parks of the West;
  • 3 audiobooks to listen to on the drive: The Fourteenth GoldfishEscape from Mr Lemoncello’s Library, and Call of the Wild;
  • PLUS a $50 Visa gift card to put towards filling up the tank!

Giveaway open to US addresses only.

Prizing and samples provided by Penguin Random House.

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end on May 15, 2016. The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via email and will need to reply within three days or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

To enter please comment on this post and tell me why you would like to win this prize package?

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Kimberly

*I received the same prize package in exchange for my participation. There was no other compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Show your appreciation for parents everywhere with these great HarperCollins Children’s Books!

 

Parent and child

Mother’s Day and Father’s Day will soon be upon us. These are special days to celebrate the joys of being a mother or a father, as well as to honor our own parents. 

There is no denying that there is an incredible bond between parent and child. Even the youngest child can understand that special bond.

HarperCollins has published several wonderful books that are idea for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day – as well as year round. These picture book and middle grade books not only celebrate that special bond between parent and child – they also express just how much love a parent has for their child.

Look for these books where ever books are sold. I have included their ISBN numbers for your reference.

PICTURE BOOKS

One Little Two Little Three Little Children written by Kelly DiPucchio

One Little Two Little Three Little Children written by Kelly DiPucchio & illustrated by Mary Lundquist

9780062348661– $17.99 – Ages 4 to 8 – On Sale 5/3/2016

From bestselling author Kelly DiPucchio, with illustrations from Mary Lundquist, comes a charming new picture book that celebrates all kinds of children and families, in the vein of ALL THE WORLD and EVERYWHERE BABIES. This exuberant reinvention of the classic children’s rhyme is pure read-aloud, sing-along joy, and an irresistible celebration of all kinds of children and families.

Silly Wonderful You written by Sherri Duskey Rinker

Silly Wonderful You written by Sherri Duskey Rinker & illustrated by Patrick McDonnell
9780062271051 — $17.99 — Ages 4 to 8

Before YOU came along, so many things were different! But now…There’s a giggly baby, a house full of adventures and toys, a million little surprises…And so much love. From bestselling author Sherri Rinker and award-winning artist Patrick McDonnell comes this funny and tender love letter from a parent to their child.

All We Know written by Linda Ashman

All We Know written by Linda Ashman, illustrated by Jane Dyer
9780061689581– $17.99 – Ages 4 to 8

In this tender narrative of maternal love, a child learns the ways in which the natural world progresses. Seasons change, animals find homes, plants grow, oceans move—but how? The same way in which a mother came to love her baby—she just knew.

You Made Me a Mother written by Laurenne Sala

You Made Me a Mother written by Laurenne Sala & illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser
9780062358868 – $15.99 – Ages 4 to 8

In this beautiful celebration of motherhood, the universal message of unconditional love for a child shines through. Laurenne Sala’s heartwarming text, accompanied by Robin Preiss Glasser’s charming illustrations, creates a firsthand look at the powerful bond between mother and child from pregnancy to birth and beyond.

My Mother, My Heart written by Eleri Fowler

My Mother, My Heart written by Eleri Fowler
9780062479389– $15.99 – Ages 4 and up

Celebrate mom with this beautiful 96-page coloring book. Quotes about the compassion and nurturing of mothers will feature prominently in the beautiful, delicate designs-to-color. Just like in Joyous Blooms to Color and Christmas to Color, the pages will be a mix of scenes and related patterns, some set with shapes and mandalas.

My Little Sister and Me written by Maple Lam

My Little Sister and Me written by Maple Lam
9780062396976– $17.99 – Ages 4 to 8 – On Sale 5/10/2016

It’s a big job when a big brother gets to take his little sister home from school for the very first time. In debut author-illustrator Maple Lam’s charming story, she celebrates the special relationship between a little boy and his younger sister.

How to Put Your Parents to Bed written by Mylisa Larsen

How to Put Your Parents to Bed written by Mylisa Larsen, illustrated by Babette Cole
9780062320643– $17.99 – Ages 4 to 8

Getting ready for bed is hard. It’s even harder when you’re getting your parents into bed. But come on; give it your best try. I’ll help you. Follow my instructions. Hilarious bedtime fun! The traditional bedtime story is turned on its head when it’s the child whose parents are so tired THEY must be put to bed.

MIDDLE GRADE BOOKS

The Parent Agency written by David Baddiel

The Parent Agency written by David Baddiel & illustrated by Jim Field
9780062405449– $16.99 – Ages 8 to 12 – On Sale 5/3/2016

Barry Bennett hates his name and he can’t stand his parents, because they’re boring and REALLY, REALLY, REALLY strict. Five days before his tenth birthday, Barry decides he’s had enough and makes a wish for better parents. Suddenly he’s transported to a world where kids aren’t just stuck with their parents. Instead, they get to choose their parents. For Barry, this seems like a dream come true. But choosing the perfect parents isn’t quite that simple.

All Rise for the Honorable Perry T. Cook written by Leslie Connor

All Rise for the Honorable Perry T. Cook written by Leslie Connor
9780062333469– $16.99 – Ages 8 to 12

Eleven-year-old Perry T. Cook shouldn’t be living in a prison, but he was born and raised at the Blue River Coed Correctional Facility in tiny Surprise, Nebraska. His mom is a Resident on Cell Block C. and anyone who knows about Perry living there is quietly okay with it. But when Perry is discovered by the new, District Attorney, everything changes. Desperate to be reunited with his mom, Perry goes on a quest to learn the whole truth behind their Blue River story. Can he find a way to tell everyone what home truly means?

For more Mother’s Day & Father’s Day picture book reads, check out—

• Libby and Pearl written by Lindsey Bonnice (On Sale 9/6/2016)
• Dog Rules written by Jef Czekaj (On Sale 9/6/2016)
• Heroes for My Son written by Brad Meltzer (On Sale 10/25/2016)
• Heroes for My Daughter written by Brad Meltzer (On Sale 10/25/2016)

For more information about these and other children’s books published by HarperCollins visit HarperCollins.com/Childrens. Be sure to check them out on Facebook and Twitter too (links found on the top right of their website).

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Kimberly

*I was not compensated for this post. I posted this information for the enjoyment of my site readers.

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Available today – Sloth Love

 

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I am a big time animal lover. I love most animals, even ones that others might consider ugly or freakish.

Sloths are animals that many people find both ugly and freakish. For me (and many others), Sloths have a quirky cuteness to them.

If you are not familiar with a sloth, they are tree dwelling mammals that eat mostly leaves and buds off the trees. Some sloths eat small bugs/insects too.

Sloths have human-like faces. They also have super long nails on their paws to help them to grip on to trees. They are a little creepy looking, but in a super adorable way.

I was sent to review and interesting book about sloths called SlothLove.

SlothLove was written by wildlife conservationist and photographer Sam Trull. She also took the photos used in the book.

SlothLove is not just a photo book about sloths – it also tells the story about how she first encountered sloths and an incredible story about a special C-section that was performed to save the life of a baby sloth. It was a first of it’s kind.

In her stunning photo book, SlothLove, Sam shares intimate portraits of these captivating and endearing
animals from her unique perspective as their protector, mother, and friend. Woven in with these images are
unforgettable stories of heartbreak and survival, as well as interesting facts about these intelligent and beautiful creatures. SlothLove is an unforgettable journey into the trees of the Costa Rican rainforest and a moving portrait of the profound connection between humans and animals.

Sam and her sloths were also featured as a main episode of the BBC One series Nature’s Miracle Orphans, which aired on PBS stations around the United States.

Here is a little more information about the book’s author, Sam Trull.

After receiving her BS in zoology from North Carolina State University, Sam Trull went on to earn a masters in primate conservation from Oxford Brookes University in the United Kingdom. She has worked with primates and other animal species for almost twenty years. Over the last three years, she has logged over fifteen thousand hours
working with sloths and has become dedicated to their survival and conservation. In August 2014, Sam cofounded the Sloth Institute Costa Rica, whose vision is to enhance the welfare and conservation of sloths through research and education.

I received a copy of the book to review. Not only was it an interesting story (I learned a lot about sloths), it’s also filled with many adorable photos of these amazing creatures. Their faces convey so much expression. They are truly adorable! Even if you have no interest in the story or information about sloths, the book is still a joy to look through. It’s hard not to smile when you flip through the pages and look at the photos of the sloths.

This is a great book for someone who is a fan of sloths, wildlife or anyone who enjoys an interesting read.

Look for SlothLove where ever books are sold.

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Stock photo of a sloth – not a photo from the book.

Kimberly

*I received a free copy to review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Stock up on summer reading with a Lisa Scottoline books giveaway (ends 5/6/16)

 

Summer Reading

Can you believe that the unofficial start to Summer (Memorial Day) is just weeks away? It seems like just yesterday we were lighting up our Christmas tree and making plans for New Year’s Eve. Now it’s time to break out the swimsuits, sunscreen and fire up the barbecues.

What are your plans for the summer? Are you planning to go away on vacation? Are you planning a “staycation?” As for me, my plans are up in the air. I work in local schools which are closed for the summer, which means I’m out of work. I’m not sure if I should take the summer off, looking for a temporary job to hold me over for the summer or look for a new job. I really like my current job, so I rather not look for another one. Plus following the school calendar is a major “perk.” We’ll see…

One thing that many people enjoy doing during the lazy days of summer is reading books. The summer time is a great time to catch up on all those books you have been wanting to read. It’s also a great time to discover new authors and books.

Author Lisa Scottoline recently released a new book which would make for an interesting summer time read. It’s called Most Wanted.

Most Wanted

With Most Wanted (St. Martin’s Press; April 12, 2016; $27.95), New York Times bestselling and Edgar Award winning author Lisa Scottoline delivers a searing, powerful novel that explores hot-button issues of the fertility industry within the framework of an intricately plotted thriller.

Christine Nilsson and her husband Marcus desperately want a baby. After years of trying, unable to conceive, they discover that Marcus is infertile. Working with a highly respected fertility doctor and clinic, they decide together that Christine will use a donor to conceive. Three months pass and Christine is happily pregnant, and saying her final farewells to her beloved colleagues at Nutmeg Hill Elementary School.

But a chance glimpse of a news report on TV results in a shocking revelation. Christine discovers that a man arrested for a series of brutal murders is her donor – the biological father of the child she is carrying. Delving deeper to uncover the truth, she must face her worst fears, and confront a terrifying truth.

With lightning fast pacing and a heart rending dilemma that will make readers ponder what they would do, Most Wanted is sure to be Lisa Scottoline’s most discussed novel yet.

I have not read the novel yet, but it does sound interesting. I’m sure this will have some intense discussions in book clubs.

I don’t think that you can be genetically a murderer, but I’m sure some people have fears about things like that. I wonder how Lisa approaches that subject matter. I guess I’ll just have to read the book to find out.

Look for Most Wanted by Lisa Scottoline where ever books are sold. The book already has decent reviews on Amazon.

Book Giveaway

In honor of the book’s release, I have a great giveaway for a lucky reader. The winner will win FIVE Lisa Scottoline books – plenty of great reading for the summer time and beyond. The prize package includes:

  • Most Wanted
  • Betrayed
  • Corrupted
  • Does This Beach Make Me Look Fat
  • Every 15 Minutes

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end on May 6, 2016. The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via email and will need to reply within three days or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

To enter please comment on this post and tell me why you would like to win this prize package?

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Kimberly

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Spring Has Sprung! Celebrate With An “Explore The Outdoors” Giveaway (ends 4/26/16)

 

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The calendar tells me that it SHOULD be spring time (the official start of spring is March 20th), but the weather outside tells me otherwise. When is it going to warm up? We have blue skies, but frigid temperatures.

After a long, cold winter, we look forward to the spring. Personally I love to see the return of the Robins, tulips, green grass and blue skies. It makes me want to get outside and soak in each and every moment of it because the bitter weather will be back before you know it.

As a mom, I always did my best to encourage my kids to explore the outdoors. I grew up in upstate New York. We had woods in our backyard. Me and my cousins were always exploring the woods, creating forts, digging for dinosaurs (in our case it was cow bones from an old farm) and going on adventures.

I consider my kids “city children.” They can’t appreciate the great outdoors. They don’t even like to get dirty! And I won’t get started on bugs. They are afraid of bugs – even at their ages. They freak out when they see a Ladybug. Sigh…

When they were younger I would take them to local parks to enjoy and explore the great outdoors. I tried to get them to do the things I did growing up and having fun far from television and electronics.

I love to encourage children to go outside and explore and enjoy the real world. I think all children should be afforded those opportunities.

National Geographic Children’s Books recently debuted three new books that are perfect for inspiring youngsters to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors.

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Get Outside Creativity Book (ages 6-9, $12.99) – This big, bright spiral-bound activity book encourages kids to get outside and play! It’s chock full of stencils, stickers, pull-outs, games, trivia, puzzles, and cutouts that encourage exploration and learning in the great outdoors. It’s the perfect gift for any parent wanting to foster creativity and imagination, while encouraging kids to unplug, get off the couch, and get to know the world around them. The format engages readers with a combination of fun and whimsical design and National Geographic’s world-famous photography.

I LOVE this book! I work with young children (grades 1st – 6th) and I have found many great thing I can share with them. This is more than just a book to get children to go outside – it’s an all around activity book.

The stencils are awesome. They can be enjoyed year round.

The stickers are fun too because you can use them in a variety of backgrounds/scenes found in the book.

This would be the perfect book to take with you when traveling. It would keep your child/grandchild busy for hours.

Even as an adult I found this book to be interesting and fun.

Ultimate Explorer Field Guide Birds

Ultimate Explorer Field Guide: Birds (ages 8-12, $12.99) – Photo-filled and fact-packed, this one of a kind bird guide will make kids Stop! Look! and Listen! to find the feathered friends right in their own backyards. From ducks to hawks, sparrows to sandpipers, kids will learn how, where, and when to spot birds all over the United States. With tons of info and interactivity prompts, it’s the perfect companion for backyard or field trip, camping or vacation. Durable and portable, it’s just right for pocket or backpack.

This book is made for children ages 8-12, but to be honest with you “I” learned a lot from this book too.

The book is filled with beautiful photography that you would expect from a National Geographic book.

This book provides you with a lot of information about the various types of birds, including mapping out where you can find each type of bird in the U.S. and detailed illustrations to help you with identifying each species.

I often find myself looking at birds and wondering what type of bird it is. Some I know just from looking at them (Bluebird, Cardinal, Crow, Pigeon, Robin, Chickadee…) but others are not as easy to identify. One such bird tends to go after people in our condo complex (assuming they are near the next). It’s too fast for me to get a good look at it in order to identify it properly. I think it’s a member of the Thrush family, but I’m not 100% sure yet.

This is an easy to read and understand guide that both children and adults can enjoy.

Look & Learn Caterpillar to Butterfly

Look & Learn: Caterpillar to Butterfly (board book, $6.99) – A durable board book that is made for tiny hands and curious minds!  Preschoolers and their parents follows a monarch as it develops from a cute caterpillar into a beautiful butterfly in simple, age-appropriate language.

I love butterflies. I hope to get a butterfly tattoo one day (Monarch butterfly).

This is a beautiful book that introduces children to the life cycle of a butterfly. The book is filled with beautiful, up close photography that is labeled making it easy for young children to know what they are looking at.

This book is easy to read. I would think an elementary aged child should be able to read this with no problem.

All of these books encourage children to get outdoors and explore the wondrous world around them. Not only can these books be enjoyed now, but they can be enjoyed and used all summer long too.

Look for these and other National Geographic Children’s Books where ever books are sold.

To learn more about these and other National Geographic Children’s Books visit NGChildrensBooks.org as well as the National Geographic online store.

You can also check them out on social media – Facebook and Twitter.

National Geographic Children's Prize Package

National Geographic Children’s Books would like to give a lucky winner all three books as well as an awesome pair of binoculars. The National Geographic binoculars are water resistant, rubber armored and perfect for wildlife watching, birding and exploration. They have a retail value of $63.

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end on April 26, 2016. The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via email and will need to reply within three days or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

To enter please comment on this post and tell me which book you are most interested in?

For extra entries you can use the Rafflecopter widget (below) but you must complete the initial entry requirement or the additional entries won’t qualify.

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Kimberly

*I received the same prize package to review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.

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Celebrate Poetry Month this April with HarperCollins Children’s Books

 

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This month is National Poetry Month. The first National Poetry Month was created by the Academy of American Poets in 1996.

National Poetry Month has become the largest literary celebration around the world. Special events are hosted each year in schools and libraries as well as with publishers and booksellers.

This special month is meant to celebrate poetry’s vital place in our culture.

If you would like to celebrate National Poetry Month with your child, grandchild or classroom, here are some book suggestions you might want to consider. Look for these books where ever books are sold.

PICTURE BOOKS 

Honey, I Love written by Eloise Greenfield, illustrated by Jan Spivey Gilchrist

Honey, I Love written by Eloise Greenfield, illustrated by Jan Spivey Gilchrist

9780060091255– $6.99 – Ages 4 to 8 

To one young narrator, it’s the simple things that mean the most like sharing laughter with a friend, taking family rides in the country, and kissing her mama’s arm. This paperback edition of the classic poem by Eloise Greenfield with illustrations by Jan Spivey Gilchrist is sure to delight a new generation of readers.

In the Land of Words written by Eloise Greenfield, illustrated by Jan Spivey Gilchrist

In the Land of Words written by Eloise Greenfield, illustrated by Jan Spivey Gilchrist

9780064436922– $6.99 – Ages 4 to 8 

A poetry collection of twenty-one new and old treasures illustrated with sewn fabric collages, by the Coretta Scott King Award-winning collaborators, Eloise Greenfield and Jan Spivey Gilchrist. This tribute to the written word invites readers to look within themselves and discover what inspires them.

My Chinatown written & illustrated by Kam Mak

My Chinatown written & illustrated by Kam Mak

9780064437325– $6.99 – Ages 4 to 8 

Through spare poetry and gloriously rich and detailed artwork, Kam Mak makes Chinatown come vividly alive. Through the viewpoints of the cobbler on the street and favorite foods like pickled kumquats and curried squid, Kam reveals the many stunning viewpoints about this amazing culture. Kam shares a year of life in this small city within a city, and a young boy trying to grow up American, but never forgetting his rich Chinese heritage.

This is the Earth written by Diane Z. Shore, illustrated by Wendell Minor

This is the Earth written by Diane Z. Shore, illustrated by Wendell Minor

9780060555269– $17.99 – Ages 4 to 8 

In their signature spare, rhyming verse, the authors deliver a non-fiction picture book that powerfully describes a timely topic being discussed around the world every day. This is the Earth takes readers on a journey through hundreds of years as it explores how humans have affected the environment and shows the ways in which we can all care for the planet.

MIDDLE GRADE 

The Secret Destiny of Pixie Piper written by Annabelle Fisher, illustrated by Natalie Andrewson

The Secret Destiny of Pixie Piper written by Annabelle Fisher, illustrated by Natalie Andrewson

9780062393777 – $16.99 – Ages 8 to 12 – On Sale 5/3/2016

Pixie Piper knows she’s different from other girls. She’s a descendant of the great poet, Mother Goose, and Pixie knows that someday the Goose Ladies will take her away and train her to be just like them. There’s just one problem—Pixie doesn’t want to be a Goose Lady. She just wants to be a normal fifth grader, one who doesn’t make up rhymes and is cool enough to hang out with Sage Green and her new golden retriever.

Young Adult

Ask Me How I Got Here written by Christine Heppermann

Ask Me How I Got Here written by Christine Heppermann

9780062387950 – $17.99 – Ages 14 & Up – On Sale 5/3/2016

Addie’s future is laid out in front of her—become the best runner in the state and go to college on a cross-country scholarship like her older brother. But one moment, one decision, changes everything. Addie finds herself pregnant and faced with an impossible choice—sacrifice her bright future and become a point of shame at her all-girls Catholic school, or end the pregnancy before anyone outside her family knows.

For more information about these books visit www.HarperCollins.com/Childrens.

Are you a fan of poetry? Do you or your place of work celebrate National Poetry Month?

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Kimberly

*I was not compensated for this post. I posted this for the enjoyment of my site readers. 

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