Ronaldo: The Vixen Pederson Workshop – Book Review

“They were unaware that by the time the sun had set, they would share another secret. One that was far more terrifying!” It’s been a while since I did a children’s book review, so I’m very happy to give my review of the newest Ronaldo adventure by Maxine Sylvester! A long while back, I reviewed…

The Lost Castle – Book Review

“So your family history is full of mystifying castles, Samurai warriors and priceless treasure! Are you serious?” I always love to read something different. When I review a book, I’m always hoping for a unique plot or a bunch of characters unlike any other. This is especially true with children’s books! My next children’s book…

No Fish For Charles – Book Review

“You’re not a fish!” I said to the snake. “Of course I’m not, for goodness sake!” I’m so happy to be restarting my children’s book reviews! I’ve recently revisited my own children’s book, Little Caroline and my excitement for getting it published is overwhelming. I’ve found the perfect illustrator and now all that is left…

Game Keepers – Book Review

“Why can’t I get the chance to be the hero once in a while?” My fourth book review of the year brings me to another book that would, once upon a time, be way out of my comfort zone when it comes to genres! The last few weeks have been spent reading through Game Keepers…

Ronaldo: The Phantom Carrot Snatcher – Book Review

“He wouldn’t hurt a fly (unless it was tickling his fur, in which case he would probably swat it.)” This week I picked my Kindle back up; my second review of the year is finally here! I’ve been looking forward to doing a children’s story review mainly because I’ve written one of my own. It’ll…