It’s been 10 years since Cracking the Cover came into being. Here’s a brief look back at how things started.
The King’s English is now at its breaking point. To increase sales, and keep the doors open, its planning a Christmas in September event.
If you follow me on Instagram, then you know my family and I have been working on a special project — a book-themed Christmas tree for Festival of Trees.
At the end of junior kindergarten last spring, my daughter’s teacher sent her home with a summer packet. The idea…
My mother passed away a little over a month ago. And while we were very close for a number of reasons, books were always part of that equation.
This post goes beyond book reviews and author interview. Instead, it’s an exercise in collecting my thoughts and measuring what truly matters.
After sorting through everything, I’m giving away four different packages — middle-grade ARCs, middle-grade novels, YA ARCs and YA novels.
The past couple of weeks have been busy — my mom was hospitalized, my 4-year-old had two bruised teeth pulled, and we finished work on my dream library!
In Todd Fahnestock’s “Wishing World,” dreams are real. The middle-grade novel is based on bedtime stories the author told his children when they were little.
Every year, for 97 years, children’s literature is celebrated during Children’s Book Week. This year, the event runs from May 2-8.