The Pout-Pout Fish

The Pout-Pout Fish, by Deborah Dieson Pictures by Dan Hanna Okay, so this might sound funny but I LOVE THIS BOOK! It’s so funny, and really fun to read out loud. I like to do different voices when I read it out loud, like a deep voice for the pout-pout fish and a high squeaky Read More

NERDS

NERDS by Micheal Buckley My first introduction to Micheal Buckley was through the Sisters Grimm series. Going from fairy tales to super spies was an interesting change, but both series are really good. I have to day that I like the Sisters Grimm better than this, but I think that Eli and some other boys Read More

Matthew 25:13

Spiritual thought for January 21, 2018.   Today my scripture is from the New Testament. Matthew 25:13 says “Watch therefore, for ye know neither the day nor the hour wherein the son of man cometh.” What I like about this verse is the truth that you can never know exactly what day Jesus Christ will Read More

Kyryi’s Corner: A chapter of real life

Kyryi’s Corner In my library bag, I have the books: Dragon Kiss by E. D. Baker The Lost Kingdom of Bamarre by Gail Carson Levine The Truest Heart by E. D. Baker The Wide Window by Lemony Snicket Fairy Lies by E. D. Baker Writer to Writer, From Think to Ink by Gail Carson Levine The Frog Princess by Read More

Allie Finkle’s Rules for Girls: Moving Day

By Meg Cabot I love this book. As a nine-year-old who’s moving, Allie makes me laugh so hard. When my sister and I read on our beds, we’ll read parts of the books that make us laugh out loud to the other person. When I read Allie Finkle, I read Lailah funny parts every five Read More

Jessica Day George

About Jessica Day George Jessica Day George is the author of the Castle Glower series and the Dragon Slippers series, and Rose Legacy. She plays the piano and the viola, she used to work at a wedding invitation factory, and she knits. She also has her own blog where you can learn more about her and Read More

Little Blue Truck

Little Blue Truck by Alice Schertle Illustrated by Jill McElmurry So, funny story about this book. When my little brother was toilet training, my mom would read this book to him over and over and over and over and over (you probably get my point now). I’ve also read this book to my other brothers Read More

A Question of Magic

A Question of Magic I really like this book. It’s a fun twist on the Russian folk tale Baba Yaga, a witch who eats children that stray in the forest. It was one of the first books I read by this author, and it turned me into a E. D. Baker FanGirl. I can relate Read More

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