Little Miss History Travels to Ford’s Theater
Barbara Ann Mojica has created yet another educational and fun children’s book with her newest release, Little Miss History Travels to Ford’s Theater. This book, the fourth in the series, relates the history of Ford’s Theater from its beginning as a church, subsequent evolution into a theater, sad location of Lincoln’s assassination to its final purpose as a preserved historic site. Fitting the era, the terrific illustrations are presented in vintage sepia, black and white. Bright colors splash the pages to appeal to children. History truly is fun with this series.
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Duke & Michel: The Mysterious Corridor
Parents, you’ve got to pick up a copy of Duke & Michel: The Mysterious Corridor by Elias Zapple. It will take you back in time when your imagination could transport you anywhere you wanted to go. Michel’s cousin, Romain, sticks his head through a garden fence and falls into a seemingly endless corridor of doors. When Michel follows, he finds a sarcastic Bassett Hound, Duke, who is searching for his missing brothers and planning an escape in between naps. This book reminded me of a current Alice in Wonderland because the colorful characters and curious lands behind each door.
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Cursed Bloods Book Blast
Nikeda did not die. In fact, her cursed bloods flourish in Zarra’s realm. To further complicate matters, Miranda has fallen in love with Nikeda’s son, Drake.
With the truth out, Zarra must choose between killing her friends or accepting Miranda as the prized lover of a powerful enemy.
In the meantime, Athine has discovered another threat to the N’Loron called the Malatista. The birth of this prophesied child may mean the very end of the N’Loron and her reign.
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Blue Coyote Motel
I picked up Blue Coyote Motel, because I like contemporary fiction, and it didn’t disappoint. Blue Coyote Motel is an interesting concept, because it leaves the reader with the feeling that it could really happen.
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A Blue Moon by Vanessa Ryan
A friend recommended that I buy this book, and I’m glad I did. It was a pleasure to read and I’m pleased to complete a book review for it. A Blue Moon, by Vanessa Ryan, is a fun read, lightly poking fun at all of the “paranormal” books on the market.
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