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Fun February Observances that Make for Great Book Recommends

The second month of the New Year may be a short one, but it is chock-full of interesting, important, and thought invoking observances. Some last a week and some are celebrated all month long, but all have some great book-related connections that I’ve love to share with you now. So without further ado, here are some…… Read More Fun February Observances that Make for Great Book Recommends

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Giggles and Joy Series: Spiritual Life Lessons for Kids

Being a kid can be tough. All those different thoughts and emotions going on and not knowing how to interpret them. Well, that’s all about to change with Ariane de Bonvoisin’s remarkable new children’s series! I’ve found myself more draw to books lately that are deeper than the normal fluff of bunnies, kites, and burping frogs… Read More Giggles and Joy Series: Spiritual Life Lessons for Kids

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Mindfulness for Kids: 30 Fun Activities to Stay Calm, Happy, and In Control

We love supporting authors here at Jump Into a Book, especially ones we know very well! Award-winning author Carole P. Roman started writing as a dare from one of her sons and her nonfiction children’s book series, “If You Were Me and Lived in…” combines her teaching past with her love of exploration and interest in the world… Read More Mindfulness for Kids: 30 Fun Activities to Stay Calm, Happy, and In Control

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The Saint Nicholas Day Snow picture book (and cookie recipes!)

Guest post by Charlotte Riggle Most folks know St. Nicholas from Clement Clark Moore’s “Night before Christmas.” In that nineteenth-century poem, the saint is a jolly old elf. And many families love celebrating the magic of this St. Nicholas. They love sending wish lists to the North Pole. They love the reindeer, the sleigh loaded… Read More The Saint Nicholas Day Snow picture book (and cookie recipes!)

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YA Thriller/Mystery, Clandestine, wins SILVER at the 2018 Moonbeam Book Awards

Aletha Press’ YA Thriller/Mystery, Clandestine, wins SILVER at the 2018 Moonbeam Book Awards! So exciting! Long-time JIAB/Audrey Press guest writer and intern, Hannah Rials, released Book#2 in wildly popular Ascension trilogy in July and it’s already winning awards! Imagine our excitement when we received the email that our very own author, Hannah Rials, won a… Read More YA Thriller/Mystery, Clandestine, wins SILVER at the 2018 Moonbeam Book Awards

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Audible Book for Harry Potter Fans: Harry Potter History of Magic

Natalie Dormer invites you on an audio journey like no other. Via this Audible Book for Harry Potter Fans,  delve into the history of real-life magic and explore some of J.K. Rowling’s magical inventions, alongside their folkloric, cultural and historical forebears. “Magic is more than superstitions of past or the magic of the future…” So… Read More Audible Book for Harry Potter Fans: Harry Potter History of Magic