Summer has been speeding by, but I’ve been so delightfully busy with both of my businesses, Jump Into a Book (JIAB) and Audrey Press Publishing, that I’ve had little time to stop and smell the flowers! So before I pause for a little deserved “downtime,” I wanted to share some of the amazing projects I’ve… Read More Weekend Links | New Reviews and Launches from Jump Into a Book and Audrey Press Books!
Young authors publishing books is becoming more and more frequent these days and it makes me VERY happy to see this. Jump Into a Book/Audrey Press’ own intern, Hannah Rials is a great example of this accomplishment. Hannah was actually 12 years old when she first started penning her YA thriller, Ascension, and achieved her… Read More Writing Tips and Resources for Kids and Budding Authors
From the time my children were born until this very moment, one of our favorite things to do is to read aloud as a family. Currently our family read aloud favorite is The Hobbit sitting by the campfire. If you haven’t tried it, I highly recommend it. It takes on a whole different feel being… Read More Happy World Read Aloud Day
Children’s Book Week is this week, May 4-10, 2015! Children’s Book Week is the annual celebration of children’s books and reading. Established in 1919, it is the longest-running national literacy initiative in the country. The program is administered by Every Child a Reader (ECAR) and the Children’s Book Council (CBC) is the anchor sponsor. In… Read More Children’s Book Week and a Quickie Lesson on Slow Reading Time
Today is a special day indeed. On February 14th 2015, Jump into a Book is happy to announce that we will be a co-host for International Book Giving Day. As we get closer to the event I’ll fill in the details but for now there is even bigger news to share !!! “Chris Haughton designs… Read More A Special Reveal !!!
Make Traveling Easy with Little Passports With summer trips ahead, Little Passports is sharing some great tips for traveling with little ones. Which means, less “are we there yet?” and more time for mom and dad to enjoy the laughter, or occasional silence as they hit the wide-open road. Fearing that crammed flight or 4… Read More Make Traveling Easy with Little Passports
Little Passports Teacher Appreciation Crafting Ideas It’s time to appreciate those amazing teachers who take care of our children at school every day! Little Passports is sharing some fun crafting ideas that will get your kids excited to share their love for each and every teacher. If you are wildly impressed by your child’s instructor,… Read More Little Passports Teacher Appreciation Crafting Ideas
April is National Poetry Month and April 17th is Poem in your Pocket Day. Do you like secret little messages tucked into quiet little places like your pocket or lunch pail? My children love this and today we are sharing with classmates, friends, and neighbors alike a little rolled up poem to keep in their pockets… Read More National Poetry Month and Poem In My Pocket Day
This summer my youngest son “O” walked the virtual hallowed halls of the University of New Hampshire while taking a Harry Potter as Storytelling on-line course with Professor Krasner. The minute I saw this advertised I signed him up for it as he is a huge Harry Potter fan. You must know that he was… Read More Harry Potter as Storytelling Camp Review
I know this is a little off-topic, but there have been some new changes to the way Gmail filters your email. Here a JIAB, we just want to make sure you understand the options. Google is slowly rolling out a new automatic filtering feature for incoming emails. In the future your emails will be categorized… Read More Please Read if You Enjoy Jump Into A Book via Gmail