Browsing All posts tagged under »educational«

ThunderStone Books educate and entertain children

December 27, 2018


Thunderstone Books was established in 2014 to meet the need for cultural and language education in an increasingly global and interconnected world. ThunderStone Books publishes children’s books with an educational aspect. They are not looking for curriculum on specific subjects. Instead they want stories that encourage learning, whether it’s a new language, opening up cultural […]

Review: Rosita and the Night of the Radishes

October 5, 2016


Rosita and the Night of the Radishes By Dorothy Thurgood Manning 33 Loretta Kids’ Books March 2016 60 pages Rosita tends her family’s fruit and vegetable gardens in the hills of Oaxaca, Mexico, while her mama and papa sell their crops in the city. Her parents need to sell more fruits and vegetables and Rosita […]

Review: Making Personal Finance Cool to Kids

October 6, 2014


Personal Finance for Children: Making Personal Finance Cool to Kids By John Cruise United Publishing House July 2014 42 pages This is a guide book for parents who want to teach their kids about money and finance. Cruise recommends ways to introduce money concepts in each age group – from toddlers to teens – which […]

Interview with Brian Rock

April 10, 2013


Brian Rock is a children’s author and former school teacher. He has enjoyed writing stories since he was old enough to hold a no. 2 pencil. Although he was once put out of class for writing too many stories, he went on to receive a master’s degree in Creative Writing and Children’s Literature from Hollins […]

Review: The Deductive Detective

April 9, 2013


The Deductive Detective Written by Brian Rock Illustrated by Sherry Rogers Sylvan Dell Publishing March 2013 32 pages Who doesn’t love a mystery? Brian Rock stirs up a delicious one for young readers. One of the cakes is missing from the cake contest. “Hoo could have stolen it?” asks Owl the night watchman. Not to […]

Review: I Cannot Sleep

March 22, 2013


I Cannot Sleep By Ann Louise Ramsey Crown Peak Publishing April 2013 40 pages Honey the fun-loving Cocker Spaniel is back! We first met Honey in Just Be You where she discovered the joy of being herself. In her new adventure, Honey shares her Recipe for Joy. One night when she has trouble falling asleep, […]

Review: Evolution for Young Minds

May 2, 2012


Evolution for Young Minds: An Evolution and Natural Selection Guide for Children By Flemming Bermann Strategic Book Publishing February 2012 50 pages Evolution for Young Minds offers an introduction to a complex and controversial subject that is original and – dare I say – entertaining. From genes to evolution to natural selection, children learn to […]