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A brand new Graphic Novel from the DC Super Hero Girls!

Ever wanted to possess a superpower? To be able to be swim like a fish, know what people were thinking or see into the future? If that’s the case (I’m talking to the adults too!) then check out DC Super Hero Girls newest graphic novel, Search for Atlantis! Search for Atlantis introduces several iconic DC… Read More A brand new Graphic Novel from the DC Super Hero Girls!

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Love kids’ books? MCBD needs Diverse Kids’ Book Reviewers

Are you a fan of reading multicultural children’s or YA books and sharing your opinion of that book on social media? Better yet, would you like to be part of a non-profit online celebration that highlights diversity in kids’ literature in a positive and fun way? Yes? Perfect. Then Multicultural Children’s Book Day wants to… Read More Love kids’ books? MCBD needs Diverse Kids’ Book Reviewers

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Learning about diverse cultures: The Adventures of Joy Sun Bear

“On an ever-shrinking planet, cultural diversity and respect are becoming more prominent topics every day. We strive for a world where children will feel safe sharing their diversity and uniqueness because they accept others with respect and kindness.” Joy Sun Bear has been delighting and teaching young fans and parents about diverse cultures for years.… Read More Learning about diverse cultures: The Adventures of Joy Sun Bear

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A #MGbook for Rick Riordan fans: The Storm Runner (+ a Giveaway!)

Just released from Rick Riordan’s imprint, The Storm Runner by J.C. Cervantes does not disappoint and lives up to the imprint name! I’m so happy to be partnering with the Disney Book Group for this amazing giveaway. The Storm Runner- The Runner Novel: Book 1 Let me start by saying that The Storm Runner hits… Read More A #MGbook for Rick Riordan fans: The Storm Runner (+ a Giveaway!)

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Help us celebrate The Circus Thief by Alane Adams (+a #Giveaway!)

Popcorn, peanuts, music, jugglers, animals, rides, and games. All things that make the circus the circus! Imagine living in the 1920’s when a dollar was A LOT of money…almost too much for Papa to let young Georgie and his buddy Harley go and see the sights, sounds and smells when the circus came to town.… Read More Help us celebrate The Circus Thief by Alane Adams (+a #Giveaway!)

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Quirky National Holidays you can Celebrate with Kids’ Books

Recently, I stumbled upon a marketing article about the fact that holidays are the best time to sell/celebrate children’s books.  As an author, I know this for a fact but I also know the major gift-buying holidays like Christmas and Easters tend to be a busy and noisy place online! Then is happened upon the site… Read More Quirky National Holidays you can Celebrate with Kids’ Books

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5 Inspiring Biographies for Young Readers

I’ve always been attracted to books that share the life and accomplishments of this world’s unsung heroes and heroines. I also think it’s important for kids to read about the lives of extraordinary people through biographies, autobiographies, and memoirs. Their stories not only share information but inspire and challenge readers as well. One of the many… Read More 5 Inspiring Biographies for Young Readers

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Middle Reader Adventure : Discovering the Travels with Gannon and Wyatt series

In the tradition of historic explorer journals kept by explorers such as Lewis and Clark, Dr. David Livingstone, and Captain James Cook, the Travels with Gannon and Wyatt series takes us around the world in grand explorer style. When discovering the Travels with Gannon and Wyatt series, you’ll never know where twin brothers Gannon and Wyatt will end up… Read More Middle Reader Adventure : Discovering the Travels with Gannon and Wyatt series

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Weekend Links: A Round-up of Non-fiction Biographies for Kids

When Jump Into a Book gets sent nonfiction children’s biographies,  I always try to read them with a few things in mind;  good writing, historical accuracy, and an informative story woven in a way that makes us want to keep reading and learning! I know I am not alone in this thought process either so,… Read More Weekend Links: A Round-up of Non-fiction Biographies for Kids