Pixie And The Green Book Mystery (Pixie Mystery 1)
Children's Books / November 2, 2018

It’s the new and improved Pixie And The Green Book Mystery. Young readers will join Pixie, our second grade hero, on a quest to save the fairy tales. It’s an apple disaster day of school, but a trip to the local library changes everything. A mysterious book has brought the characters to life out of their books. But getting them safely back in their stories won’t be easy, with the evil Book Guardian trolling the library. Buckle up for an action-packed, fantastical, wacky, journey. A unique and wonderful fairy tale Pixie and the Green Book Mystery (updated version) is about a nine-year-old girl called Pixie (whose real name is Marigold) as she interacts with some well-known fairy-tale characters. Not only does Pixie interact with the characters, but the characters also interact with each other from the different fairy-tales. We have Alice in Wonderland, Cinderella, the Seven Dwarfs and others, who find that their stories have been jumbled up. It’s up to Pixie to save the day. Of course, there’s also a bad guy who she must contend with! This was a very enjoyable and entertaining story. The writing style was engaging and very entertaining. As I read through the pages…

Hockey Wars
Children's Books / October 16, 2018

When hockey and friendship collide! An old friendship is pushed to its limits as Millie and Cameron face off against each other in a grudge match to finally see who’s got the best hockey team in Dakota. Millie and Cameron grew up as close as any two friends could be, playing together on the same hockey team and hanging out together after school.  However, when the hockey team was split between boys and girls, their friendship began to change, and not for the better. Now, Millie and Cameron are rivals, playing against each other to finally settle who has the best hockey team, boys or girls?   REVIEW A STORY OF FRIENDSHIP AND VALUES… By Piaras on October 16, 2018 (Emerald Book Reviews) More often than not children relate themselves with the characters of a good story. In such circumstances, reading fiction can help them to get inspiration from the characters. These stories often portray real life implications through anecdotes, and as such makes it easier for them to understand the complex aspects of life. Moreover, reading these stories at regular intervals can actually help them to develop a positive outlook towards life, which eventually proves beneficial for good character…