Now available On Demand, Blu-ray and DVD is the horror film, Wrong Turn. Some people might be familiar with the film by the same name, as well as other movies in the series (Wrong Turn 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6). Yes... it's hard to believe that there are six movies in the franchise. Sadly, they should have stopped after the first one. I really enjoyed the original Wrong Turn film, but the other movies in the franchise just got ... Read More about Movie Review: Wrong Turn (2021)
Available today from MacMillan Kids Books is the hysterical book, Sock on the Loose. The book was written and illustrated by Conor McGlauflin. Conor McGlauflin is a designer and teacher living in Brooklyn, NY with his wife. He graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design where he received a BA in Industrial Design with a focus in Sustainability. He has spent the past ten years creating digital products for startups ... Read More about Sock on the Loose – Help me to find it’s other half #SockOnTheLoose
I know Valentine's Day has come and gone. I meant to get information about these books published sooner. Even though Valentine's Day is over, love doesn't require a special holiday to be felt and expressed. Love is something we can all give and feel 365 days a year. If you are looking for children's books about love, especially the love between a parent and a child, here are some wonderful suggestions ... Read More about Books About Love from Candlewick Press
*This is a paid partnership with Responsival. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. Most of the country is dealing with record breaking cold right now. Thankfully spring is going to be here in less than thirty days. Let's hope this is the last of snow and super cold weather than we see for many months. I cannot wait for spring time. Fall is my all time favorite season, but spring is ... Read More about My “Musts” for Spring
As a parent, it was important to me to teach my children good values. One of the things I have always tried to teach them, and provide them with plenty of examples, is kindness. I live by example too. Kindness comes in many forms, from a smile (something we can't see anymore wearing masks), saying "hello." Holding a door open. Helping a neighbor bring in groceries. Asking a classmate how their day is going and actually ... Read More about Kindness is a Kite String by Michelle Schaub.