Title: Pebbles and the Biggest Number Author: Joey Benun Genre: Children’s Picture Book Pebbles is a curious butterfly who has grown bored of counting the same number of flowers in his garden. He knows there must be larger digits out there and wonders what the biggest number in the world is.
Title: Raven, Romda and Ravai: The Dark Beast Author: Dave Maruszewski Genre: Fantasy / Young Adult / Children’s Raven, Romda and Ravai: The Dark Beast tells the tale of three friends journeying on their first quest as knights of the king’s guard. They travel to come to the aid of a priest who… Read More Raven, Romda and Ravai – Editorial Review
Title: Finding Santa: The Adventure of Greedy Elf Author: Ellie Elf Genre: Children’s Picture Book Gus the elf is a very hard worker. So hard in fact, that one winter Santa invites him along to deliver presents to children on Christmas Eve. Upon finding a toy train that has been broken by a… Read More Finding Santa: The Adventure of Greedy Elf – Editorial Review
Title: A Boy Like You and Me Author: Eva Maria Schwarz-Pretner Illustrated by: Fatima Aldarmaki Genre: Children’s picture book A young ordinary boy–“like you and me”–learns that he has the extraordinary ability to wish for things that come true. He wishes for a neck as long as a giraffe so he can see past the tall woman… Read More Editorial Review – A Boy Like You and Me
Title: The Power of With: How the Impossible is Possible! Author: Mickey Moore Genre: Children’s / Faith-Based In The Power of With, Eric learns how one seemingly small word can change everything. This faith-based children’s book draws on a lesson from the Christian Bible to shape its story and its characters. Eric has… Read More Editorial Review – The Power of With: How the Impossible is Possible!
There are few sounds more life-enhancing than the uncontrollable chuckle of a small child; the one that emerges from deep in the belly, the one that lacks any self-consciousness, as if their whole being has been consumed by a giggle.
Written and illustrated by Chloe Bonfield Running Press Kids I found this to be a very beautiful, sweet story about a young boy’s quest to find the perfect tree – though a bit sinister, a bit macabre, in the atmospheric-sense, which of course I liked.