Your Page

You can tell everybody, this is your page…

…to write your own review of a book. Use the comments on this page to recommend what you like, how you’ve used it in your classroom or other ideas about children’s books. You can even leave a link to your blog.

I’m looking forward to seeing what you’re reading.

6 Responses to Your Page

  1. Randy Kazandy, Where Are Your Glasses? is Free to download on Ipads and Iphones. Hurry as it won’t be free for long!
    This month, Auryn Apps celebrates reading with a free book app every day. Today’s storybook app is a brand new app: “Randy Kazandy, Where are your Glasses?” a book app aimed at helping kids all around the nation adjust to eyeglasses in a fun and clever way.

    Auryn Apps Celebrate reading: 1 new title FREE every day in March!

    http://www.funeducationalapps.com/2012/03/randy-kazandy-where-are-your-glassesnew-storybook-apps-for-kids.html
    Fun Educational Apps
    http://www.funeducationalapps.com

  2. Eric Cohen says:

    Greetings,

    We are the publishers of Maurice on the Moon, the Kindle version. Maurice on the Moon will be available for free on Amazon on October 18, 2012. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00870L6ZS/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00870L6ZS&linkCode=as2&tag=funderstandin-20

    Maurice is an adventure story about a boy who is born on the moon, and yearns to visit the mysterious planet Earth. This book is targeted to middle-school children who enjoy science fiction, fantasy, and adventure books.

    And parents and teachers, don’t tell the kids, but this book is educational! As we learn what Maurice has to do to prepare to visit earth we learn moon science. Don’t tell the kids this though….

    We appreciate all feedback on this book.

  3. It's Good News Week says:

    Hello

    We’ve at last published our childrens picture book ‘Little Bird Lost’ on Kindle and are planning a print edition soon, and would very much welcome your comments on it.
    It’s available at https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00ECYH2UG as well as the .com, .co.uk, etc sites. Please let me know if you’d be willing to review it for us and I’ll get a copy over to you.

    My husband spotted a family of swallows in the eaves of a small patisserie in south-west France and this delightful story unfolded as he photographed them. I added the words in rhyming couplets, which include many of the concepts studied in early school while remaining a charming tale that challenges the laws of survival of the fittest.

    The series of high-quality photographs accompanied by the simple rhyming tale provide a rare opportunity of a ‘birds-eye’ view into the nest. The tale is one of sibling rivalry and their parents love for ALL their offspring.

    Best wishes

    Kate

  4. Marc says:

    Pure Drabble is proud to introduce our first book, “The Cosmic Exploits of Jeremy Tracy”. A self-published book only available as an E-Book through Amazon. Written by Dorothy McClester, MS and Marcus Torres, MSFA. This book is a series of adventurous tales starring Jeremy Tracy an ingenious explorer who seems to always have luck on his side. He travels both the universe and time to experience some of the most intriguing adventures imaginable.

    The story is narrated by Theodore Towers a quirky adolescence, with a sarcastic sense of humor and a quick wit. Theodore’s, sometimes firsthand accounts, delight and captivate young readers.

    This series contains all the typical action, adventure, and excitement you’ve come to expect and so much more. Pure Drabble incorporates both Facebook and Twitter, expanding the scope and nature of the stories. The use of these social media giants allows the readers to express their opinions, ideas and to interact with Theodore Towers, the stories’ narrator. Also, by using social media as the source adolescents now demand drabble provides a much more meaningful experience for the readers.

    Even though the social media interaction is important Pure Drabble believes the educational component is the most valuable aspect it offers. We bring a new twist on the classic literary writing style drabble. Drabble is a story that contains at least one character, a plot with a problem, and a resolution in exactly 100 words, not including the title, which consists of 10 words or less. While every drabble story is a complete story the very nature of its brevity leaves lots of room for readers to involve themselves in unexpected ways. For instance, the plots are designed in such a way as to require the mind to imagine the possible events that relate to the story.

    Also as readers engage in critical thinking they are able to identify the parameters of the story which while intentionally left to a minimum still provide enough information for them to draw some ideas as to how the story came into play and how the story might play out. This leads readers to the next step which is problem solving. Again, the value of the brevity of the stories is showcased as the use of the imagination and critical thinking skills are needed in order to determine if the solution of the story is sufficient. In essence, drabble provides readers the opportunity to use their imagination, critical thinking and problem solving skills to experience story telling in a deeply personal manner.

    If you respond with your email we would love to send you a copy to review.

    Sincerely,

    Pure Drabble
    “Where Your Imagination is Our Inspiration”

  5. Tom Rozek says:

    I’d like to tell you about my first book, “Adventures of a Bowling Shoe.”

    It’s about Jim the Shoe and all the funny, strange–and sometimes gross!–things that happen to him at the bowling alley where he lives. It has 33 black-and-white illustrations and is intended for the middle-school audience.

    You can find it here: http://amzn.to/1HMev3I

    Or visit my site by clicking on my name at the top of this post. I’d love to hear from you and would be honored if you could leave me a review.

    Tom

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s