Why You Might Attend a Story-time, Even If You Have No Children…

When I heard that children’s book author and colleague, Crystal Bowman, would be in town for children’s story-time, I put the date in my calendar. I knew I wouldn’t have any of my grandchildren with me that day, but I wasn’t … Continue reading

Found: A Book Review

From the creators of the award-winning, best-selling Jesus Storybook Bible, (my favorite Bible in the whole world, and if you haven’t read it, you really should) comes a beautiful little book, with the simplest of titles: Found. In fact, this book contains barely … Continue reading

The Adventures of Peter and Leisel 3: A Lesson in Honesty

Peter suddenly finds himself standing before the snarling wolf, his hand so sweaty he can hardly grip his sword. The evil wolf is back in Pothering woods, but so are Peter and Leisel. Will Peter and Leisel be able to … Continue reading

A Five Book Giveaway!

One of the most exciting events in the life a children’s book author is the day your soon-to-be-released book arrives in the mail. You’ve seen a sneak peek, you know what the cover looks like, you’ve had an early glimpse … Continue reading

The Dandelion Patch by MaryAnn Diorio, PhD

Guest post by MaryAnn Diorio: “A children’s book on Eminent Domain?  How interesting!” Surprise at the topic of my latest children’s book, The Dandelion Patch, has been the most frequent reaction among readers.  I attribute this surprise to the fact … Continue reading