Review: The Day that A Ran Away by B.C.R Fegan

The Day That A Ran Away by [Fegan, B.C.R.]






Master Jet has forgotten to complete his homework… or has he? Jet’s teacher is surprised to find that instead of the alphabet, his page is completely blank. Jet tries to explain that it really isn’t his fault. After all, how can he help it, if none of his letters want to stay on the page!

Rating: 5-stars


The Day that A Ran Away by B.C.R. Fegan is an interesting tale. A young boy heads to school only to find that his letters are not there. The mystery that lies, is whether or not there were there in the first place. Master Jet goes on to say how each letter went missing from his page. The teacher; however, does not believe Master Jet. I am not sure I do either…but I still wonder.

The pages were bright and colorful. They went smoothly with the story being told. Each letter of the alphabet had its own escape. Designed in a fun yet entertaining way, it was easy to get lost. Children can easily learn their letters and have fun at the same time. Overall, I highly recommend this book to both parents and teachers alike.


Review: Judy Moody (Mood Martian) by Megan McDonald

Mood Martian (Judy Moody #12)








It’s Backwards Day, so Judy Moody double-dares herself to become Queen of the Good Mood for one whole week. Can she do it?

Will the real Judy Moody please stand up? In honor of Backwards Day, Judy Moody decides to turn that frown upside down, make lemonade out of lemons, and be nice to stinky little brothers. In fact, Judy becomes a NOT moody, cool-as-a-cucumber neat freak for one whole entire day. But when her combed hair, matching outfits, and good moods hang around for days after, her friends begin to worry. Could this smiley Judy be an impostor?

Rating: 5-stars


Judy Moody: Mood Martian by Megan McDonald is the best novel yet. In this tale, I got to watch Judy Moody show a different side to herself than her usual self. In fact, her family started to think she wasn’t really Judy…at all. The change was pleasant and welcoming.

Judy Moody is a young girl who has a wild imagination and a good heart. She wants to be good, but her plans always went wrong. There was always a big oops, somewhere if not everywhere she went.

I was surprised by how much Judy changed and grew up. Her personality is still creative as ever. I laughed a lot. Her and Stink will always be my favorite two characters in this series.

Judy Moody: Mood Martian is about Judy trying not to be her usual Moody self. Readers familiar with the series all know how moody Judy Moody can get at times. Her ways of accomplishing not being moody was interesting! I definitely recommend this book story to all. Judy did make a lot of boo boos as usual, but she somehow ended up at the top. I liked the themes and the new adventure presented. The illustrations were great. They went well with each chapter. Overall, I highly recommend this book to readers everywhere.

Review: Wonky (A Robotics Club Story) by Darcy Pattison

Wonky: A Robotics Club Story







“A delightful story of friendship and teamwork.” Dori Hillestad Butler, Theodore Geisel Honor Award for King & Kayla and the Case of the Missing Dog Treats, and Edgar award for The Buddy Files: The Case of the Lost Boy

Howie ambles into robot club hoping to find a friend. But when Lincoln bounds into the room, Howie hides. The strange new bird is too big and fluffy. The teacher, however, puts the unlikely pair together. Will they be able to accept each other’s wonky ideas and become friends?

For STEM classes, this story emphasizes the discussion of form v. function.
The story encourages divergent thinking as Lincoln and Howie design a robot. For kids who are rigid and inflexible, they’ll see the value of considering different options, and accepting those who are different.

Kirkus Reviews says, “. . .offbeat and clever. . .this tale will certainly appeal to kids. . . .”

Rating: 4-stars


Wonky: A Robotics Club Story by Darcy Pattison is a sweet novel that combines STEM science and friendship in one easy sweep. I liked how the characters Howie and Lincoln had differences but were able to connect with each other.

However, the book was a little bit predictable in that its two main characters were boys. Boys whose ultimate goal was to scare their sisters. It was funny. I could definitely picture boys creating that kind of robot. Robotics is cool. Unfortunately, nothing really about robotics was told her. It just showed two boys becoming friends during a robotics meeting.

Overall, I would give this children’s illustrated book a 5-star rating for the themes discussed. And I would give it a 4-star rating for it not really inserting girls and boys into the central picture. This book would be more suited to boys than girls. I liked the humor that was created with the images. The illustrations went well with the story. In the end, a great story book for kids.

Review: Don’t Ever Look Behind Door 32









The magical Hotel of Hoo is a mysterious place with some very unusual occupants. As our guests explore the strange hotel, they are invited to experience everything it has to offer with just one warning… don’t ever look behind door 32.

This imaginative picture book aims to take children beyond the first ten cardinal numbers, and introduces them to the patterns of counting in a fun and accessible way. With rooms to explore and unique objects to count, children will enjoy lingering on each page as they make their way closer to the forbidden door.

Rating: 5-stars


Don’t Ever Look Behind Door 32 by B.C.R. Fegan is another brilliant children’s book. This one is beautifully illustrated. Captivating to look thorough and easy to follow along. The words are just engaging. The words rhyme together and bring a variety of characters to children everywhere. Overall, this entertaining journey was educational, funny, and full of mystery. I highly recommend Don’t Ever Look Behind Door 32 to all parents, guardians, and teachers.

Review: Titch the Itch


Titch is an itch who just wants to be wanted.

When Titch discovers that no one in his family wants him, he sets off on a journey to find someone – anyone – who would be willing to live with an itch. With every step he grows less hopeful. That is, until he meets an old friend.

Rating: 5-stars


Titch the Itch by B.C.R. Fegan is a beautifully illustrated book. One that features the story of an Itch. Titch the Itch does his job well. Makes everyone Itch. But his job leaves him feeling lonely. He started out with a large family, then an old lady and dog, and then a park. But every time, he was then left alone. Titch the Itch goes back to the family. He stays with a family member…and nothing that family member does can get rid of him now. He wants to be friends. This children’s book was entertaining, funny, and sweet. Poor Titch the Itch wants a friend…I enjoyed following this story. There was humor on every page.

Review: Mama Graciela’s Secret


Local customers (including stray cats!) come from all over the island to enjoy her secret recipe. But when the Inspector discovers that MamA secretly caters to so many cats and he threatens to close her tiny restaurant, MamA must come up with a plan to save it–and all of the animals she loves.

Rating: 5-stars
Mama Graciela’s Secret by Maya Calvani is a beautiful engaging story. The pages are wonderfully illustrated to match every scene. This is definitely a story for children and adults alike. Animal lovers will love Mama Graciela and her effort to save the cats that come to her restaurant. I found entertaining, sweet, and educational.

Review: Danny Chaucer’s Flying Saucer


What if you found something so dazzlingly brilliant that you had to keep it a secret – even from your own family? A secret so amazing it could change the world forever? Something that dark forces would do anything to possess …?
Danny Chaucer’s lonely. He loves to gaze up at the sumptuous night sky, wishing he was up there … 

Nat Ford is the new girl in class and spends half her time running from the school bullies. Nothing interesting ever happens in their dead-end town.

Until one night when something extraordinary lands in the trees behind Danny’s house. Something unbelievable, revolutionary, wonderful!

Then the sinister Captain Frost appears, and the chase is on. There might be only one way to escape – into space …

A thrilling and funny adventure story for kids – and educational too as you’ll learn cool stuff about space! Finalist in the 2015 Wishing Shelf Independent Book Awards (9–12 year olds category) – an award where books are rated by the kids themselves. Check out the reviews to find out what people are saying about it.

Rating: 5-stars


Danny Chaucer’s Flying Saucer by Christopher Peter is an engaging middle school novella. The book intrigued me immediately. Two kids get together after being bullied. Together, they find a flying saucer. From there I was hooked into the adventure, sights, and BOB. Christopher Peter combines themes of friendship and bullying into an entertaining tale. The words flowed easily. It flew by fast for me. The characters taught lessons along the way, I dug further into the plot. Danny Chaucer’s Flying Saucer is one sci-fi action read that I highly recommend to kids and teens alike. Great story, believable characters, and well-developed scenes. 

Review: Roxie the Doxie Finds Her Forever Home


A Book To Help Children through Adoption and Other Family Transitions. Join Roxie, a dachshund dog, as she makes the transition from her temporary Foster home to her new Forever home. Based on a real dog and her experiences, the book is designed to help children through the complicated process of adoption and other family transitions such as welcoming adopted children into their home, joining step-families and blended groupings, or moving between one separated parent and another.Adopted children can undergo a wide range of emotions when facing these transitions. Roxies story shows children it is perfectly normal to be afraid or anxious and to ask questions, and most importantly that they are moving into a loving, caring family and everything will be all right. The book includes a Parent & Therapist Guide for Adoptive Families written by a professional therapist to help adult caregivers in guiding children through the adoption process and answering questions they may have.

Rating: 5-stars


Roxie the Doxie Finds Her Forever Home by Jody A. Dean is an excellent children’s book. Beautifully illustrated. The images are bright and colorful. They go well with the story. Page after page,mI followed a dog named Roxie. She’s a Doxie. It turns out she’s a real dog too. This is her story on adoption. Being in a foster home and going to a forever family. The intention of this book was to make adoption seem less frightening for children going through the process. I agree that the book has indeed accomplished that. Plus, there’s more materials in the back for parents of adopted kids. Great read. Fascinating adventure. Cute and friendly. I recommend this tale to readers everywhere. 

Review: Emma has A Dilemma 


Emma has a dilemma, and she doesn’t have a clue what she’s going to do about it! She gets her first F ever on an easy grammar test about nouns and pronouns. Wizard Jake appears out of nowhere when he hears her crying and is willing to help her. He is a genius at grammar and tries patiently to teach her the ins and outs of both nouns and pronouns. Will she learn in time for her make-up test? Or will she end up with a permanent F on her record? 

Only this glorious tale about two people from different worlds can answer that question.

Rating: 5-stars


Emma has a Dilemma is a unique and engaging children’s book. Inside the story has a rhyming rhythm to it and the words will lead readers into a fascinating world of fiction. A young girl struggling with learning pronouns and nouns finds help in the form of Wizard Jake. He helps Emma learn both common and proper nouns as well as pronouns. Fun, exciting, and educational. I loved reading this illustrated book. It’s easy to follow along and learn new things. I would recommend this book not only to teachers but also to parents everywhere. Great for both inside and out of the classroom. Makes learning entertaining. 

Review: Peter & Lisa (A Mental Illness Children’s Story)


A children’s book about two different mental illnesses, depression and mania, Peter and Lisa makes it easier for children to understand these mental conditions. It is a story about two people affected with such illness and how they got better and recovered through the proper medication and necessary support by family and friends. Charles and Linda Baron Katz’s Peter and Lisa: A Mental Illness Children’s Story manifests the true essence of love and support to aid us overcome every storm that may pass.

Rating: 5 stars


Peter and Lisa: A Mental Illness Children’s Story is a beautifully illustrated book that goes along with the story inside perfectly. Charles Katz and Lind Baron Katz both have created a book suited for children that shows what a mental illness is like and how to get help. They also show children that those with a mental illness are normal people too. They they can live a happy life just like those without a mental illness. The story also, shows that the people don’t always know that they have a mental illness. That can cause them an unhappy life. Until someone they know sees it, and helps them get help, they may go untreated and can get worse. However, this tale shows that help is around the corner and that positive things can happen to those dealing with mental illness. Marriage and having a family can be in the future for those with this issues. Both writers showed the realistic outcomes if not treated and treated. I liked that. It gives hope and inspiration to those who are struggling with these issues. Overall, I recommend this children’s book to all readers. It’s the perfect guide to educating others on mental illnesses. 

Review: Oliver and Jumpy


Oliver is an elegant tuxedo cat, who is full of himself. As a matter of fact he says: “I love myself!”, quite often. Naughty, isn’t he? But his best friend Jumpy, a kangaroo lady, is aware that he has a soft heart and will always want to help others. The great thing is Jumpy’s pouch, which Oliver loves to ride in! He calls her his kangaroo taxi! These little bedtime stories with their lovely illustrations are great for small kids. A parent can read the text and tell the child in his own words. These animal stories have sufficient text to keep early readers happy and provide some educational value. Love you all! Meow! 

Story 52: Oliver the Babysitter – Oliver has to look after his sister’s kittens.

Story 53: Smoke over the Sea – The friends have amazing adventures on an island in the sea.

Story 54: Raindrop – The journey of a raindrop.

Rating: 5 stars


Oliver and Jumpy Stories 52-54 make another excellent children’s book. The book like the others before was beautifully illustrated. Each colorful illustration went perfectly with each fascinating tale. Children everywhere will love this new title. Werner Stejskal has once again lured me into his world of fiction. Oliver is a cat and Jumpy is a kangaroo. Both are best friends. Each of them travel to different places and have fun adventures. In this exciting new tale, Olive and Jumpy learn about fire, water droplets, and get to experience babysitting family members. Funny, sweet, and intriguing. This book is highly entertaining as well as engaging. Children will not only enjoy the fun times ahead but learn about different topics as well. Educational and pure enjoyment. Oliver and Jumpy are the best. I highly recommend Werner Stejskal’s well-told stories to readers everywhere. He truly knows how to keep readers interested with each new book. 

Review: Olive & Jumpy (49-51)


Oliver is an elegant tuxedo cat, who is full of himself. As a matter of fact he says: “I love myself!”, quite often. Naughty, isn’t he? But his best friend Jumpy, a kangaroo lady, is aware that he has a soft heart and will always want to help others. The great thing is Jumpy’s pouch, which Oliver loves to ride in! He calls her his kangaroo taxi! These little bedtime stories with their lovely illustrations are great for small kids. A parent can read the text and tell the child in his own words. These animal stories have sufficient text to keep early readers happy and provide some educational value. Love you all! Meow! 

Story 49: Ice – Joey is getting Oliver into big trouble with an ice bear.

Story 50: Mice Chase – Oliver is the tutor of a bunch of mice.

Story 51: Dragon Heat – A naughty dragon is taught a lesson.

Rating: 5 stars


Oliver and Jumpy stories 49-51 by Werner Stejskal were absolutely amazing. Again, the beautifully illustrated pages drew me into the stories. Every page was filled with action. Adventures waiting for readers to jump into with Oliver the cat and Jumpy the kangaroo. The first short story in this collection was about ice. Oliver ended up teaching Joey how to skate. But then Jumpy landed into trouble once again. Oliver his friend came to his rescue. However, they both needed to be rescued by a whale who chased off a mean eating polar bear. Then, the next story was funny. Oliver doesn’t eat mice. He chases his mouse friend just for exercise. Until one day, the mouse asks Oliver to chase his six kids around instead. Oliver agreed. But boy, did Oliver get a workout. The six mice had Oliver chasing them around everywhere. The last story was another adventure rescue by both Oliver and Jumpy. They both come across a door that led into a new land. This time they meet a large ant, a giant, and have to capture a fire breathing dragon. This collection of children’s stories are well-written and highly engaging. I loved reading these stories. Werner Stejskal is a talented writer whose work I would highly recommend to readers everywhere. 

Review: Oliver and Jumpy (46-48)

Oliver and Jumpy - the Cat Series, Stories 46-48, Book 16: Bedtime stories for children in illustrated picture book with short stories for early readers. (Oliver and Jumpy, the cat series) by [Stejskal, Werner]



Oliver is an elegant tuxedo cat, who is full of himself. As a matter of fact he says: “I love myself!”, quite often. Naughty, isn’t he? But his best friend Jumpy, a kangaroo lady, is aware that he has a soft heart and will always want to help others. The great thing is Jumpy’s pouch, which Oliver loves to ride in! He calls her his kangaroo taxi! These little bedtime stories with their lovely illustrations are great for small kids. A parent can read the text and tell the child in his own words. These animal stories have sufficient text to keep early readers happy and provide some educational value. Love you all! Meow!

Story 46: Saving Fairyland – The queen of fairyland asks Oliver to help them against the magician.

Story 47: Cat King – Oliver becomes a king for a short while, and even gets married.

Story 48: Gnomes – Oliver’s oak tree receives surprise visitors.

Rating: 5 stars


Oliver and Jumpy volumes 46-48 by Werner Stejskal is brilliant. Once again the bright colors and beautiful illustrations lured me further into the adventure ahead. I found myself excited to where and what Oliver (the cat) and his friend Jumpy (the kangaroo) were up to next. This time, readers are brought to another quest to save others, enjoy being royalty, and head back to Oliver’s treehouse. Oliver is a cat that all will love. He’s brave, smart, and a good cat. Jumpy the Kangaroo is also just as brave, smart, and good. They not only make great friends but good heroes. Children everywhere will love these characters. The tales are entertaining, educational, and fascinating to read. Each adventure is thrilling and will leave children in suspense as the stories unfold. Never a dull moment with this amazing duo. Overall, I highly recommend this book to all.

Review: Seashell Meditations for Children



A Seashell Meditation for Children combines the entire 10 story collection into one. Now, you get 10 fun and interactive stories that introduced meditation for beginners in the form of a short story rhymes using a seashell as an interactive tool for focus and fun all in one book. Reading the story to the child will guide them through a creative journey as the story takes them to exciting places to use their imaginations and explore. With each story, there is a QR code available to scan with your smart device for background meditation music and sounds while reading the book to the child. There are so many benefits of meditation. It helps to relax kids, teach mindfulness meditation and can create a practice that lasts a lifetime.

Rating: 5 stars


Seashell Meditations for Children by Patricia May is a collection of ten short stories. Each story is different, yet each one involves a seashell. The stories are imaginative, creative, and fun. Children everywhere will enjoy following along whether they are read to or they read it themselves. The illustrations are pretty and fit in well with each short tale. Beautiful colors on every page. Relaxing, educational, and well-done. Patricia May has created a book that both parents and children will love to read and explore together. I love how descriptive the stories are. I felt like I could hear and see everything described. Peaceful and highly engaging. Seashell Meditations for Children is a must read for all. I highly recommend it.


Review: Scariton



Josh is a nine-year-old boy with an adventurous streak. After a chance encounter with a wily leprechaun, Josh is transported to a strange land inhabited by giants, wizards, and creatures of the undead variety. He quickly realizes Scariton is unlike the suburbs in every way imaginable and learns the only way he can make it back home is to confront King Titan, an evil overlord with mystical powers. Titan has taken over Scariton by force in the region’s biggest war in history. Luckily, Josh doesn’t have to face Titan alone. Uriah, the captain of the guards for Scariton’s former king, is assigned to help Josh with his quest under the condition that he must find Princess Miriam who has gone missing. Armed with a few enchanted items of his own, Josh and his new friends travel the darkest corners of Scariton in their mission to find the princess. It’s non-stop action suitable for the whole family.

Rating: 5 stars


Scariton by Paul Charbonneau is an addictive adventure novel that will be a new favorite with adults and children alike. This tale brings readers to a young boy who is almost ten-years-old. He wants to have an adventure. He sets out into the woods. At first, he imagines a woodsman somewhere near with an axe…and instead falls upon an old, leprechaun. At first, Josh isn’t sure whether to believe the man or not. But after taking a small skills test…Josh believes the man is a leprechaun and is sent off on a magical adventure. This is where he meets two other boys about his age and a kingdom where a princess has been taken. To find her, Josh and his companions will go through dangerous territory. Will they survive the dangers and find the princess or will all be lost?  Scariton is indeed a fictional world full of intrigue, action, and magic. The scenes come alive with every page. I absolutely loved following brave Josh as the story unfolded. Paul Charbonneau’s writing is brilliant and well-told. Overall, I highly recommend his novel to readers everywhere.


Review: Golden Maple Tree



At the end of a boring summer in her un-magical hometown, Holly O’Flanigan is eager to return to the parallel world of Magora.

Holly’s nosy neighbor, Ms. Hubbleworth, has been missing for a year, and Holly and her friends, Brian, Rufus, and Amanda, know where she is. A year ago, they left the real world together and entered Magora via a painting Holly’s late grandfather created.

When Holly and her friends head back to Magora to enroll for their second year at Cliffony Academy of the Arts, Holly finds out that her friend Ileana is severely ill. She suffers from a disease that dissolves her blood and turns her back into what she was before—a so-called Unfinished, an incomplete, painted creature that drains the blood of others to become whole.

Holly tries to find a cure, but in vain—Ileana’s illness is progressing. While Holly continues to donate blood to keep Ileana stable and the new school year starts, she meets Ms. Hubbleworth again. Surprisingly, her nosy neighbor has no knowledge of her old life back in the real world and seems fully immersed in her position as a teacher at the art academy.

When Holly learns that the leaves of a mysterious Golden Maple Tree could cure Ileana’s illness, she begins her search for the tree and discovers an ancient monastery where the dangerous blood-sucking Unfinished live.

But Holly’s best friend Rufus is kidnapped and taken to the monastery. With her other friends in tow, Holly enters into a fierce battle against the Unfinished to free Rufus and collect the leaves of the Golden Maple Tree to cure Ileana. In the process, Holly learns the truth behind Ms. Hubbleworth’s memory loss—changing everything Holly thought she knew about Magora.

Rating: 5 stars


Golden Maple Tree by Marc Remus is the exciting second adventure to a wonderful children’s series. The cover is just as enticing as the inside…readers are captivated by the magical world where Holly and her friends go on amazing adventures. There’s always a mystery and someone who needs saving.Marc Remus is a talented writer and illustrator. His work never disappoints.

Golden Maple has it all for children. Mystery, suspense, intrigue and most of all adventure. Friendships are important as well as family life. Doing what is good even if it’s not easy is another theme inside this beautifully written tale. Every page brings readers closer to what’s happening and why. Reading one book will cause fo readers to want to read another and another by Marc Remus. It’s one spell-binding read that will captivate its audience for a long time. Overall, I highly recommend this enchanting children’s novel to readers everywhere. You will definitely fall in love with the characters.


Review: Grimm House




For fans of Coraline and A Series of Unfortunate Events

“A very gripping and haunting tale.”–Molly’s Book Nook

If you’re looking for a great story to read with the lights on this is the one for you.”– The Book Whisperers        

“What is this place?” Hadley asked, looking around the dark paneled entryway.

“This is our home,” Aunt Charmaine said. “Welcome to Grimm House.”

When Hadley’s parents leave on a cruise and then are reported lost at sea, her perfect world is turned upside down. In a flash she is whisked away to a new life of drudgery at Grimm House where she waits on not one but two persnickety old aunts. As she grudgingly fulfills their commands of cooking, cleaning, and even after-dinner-dancing, she comes to suspect the aunts are really witches who are scheming to take the thing she loves best.

With only her wits and the help of some unlikely new friends, Hadley makes a plan to escape Grimm House and find her way home before it’s too late.

For ages 7 – 11, or those who are young at heart.

Rating: 5 stars


The Grimm House by Karen McQuestion is masterfully written in a way that will automatically send readers deep inside the book. I highly recommend this phenomenal story to readers worldwide. It doesn’t matter what your age is…this novel will blow readers away with it’s mysterious plot and the suspense of what happens next…

The danger is real and there are two crazy mean aunts and one little girl. This is definitely for fans of The Series of Unfortunate Events as well as Goosebumps. Eerie, dark, and brilliantly wrapped up for readers entertainment is Grimm House. For those who remember James and the Giant Peach, this story starts out similar to that but with a more haunting theme that leaves readers sweating with fear…

Karen McQuestion has written this novel with many themes in mind. Love, courage, and friendship are just a few of these. Once you read this book, you won’t want to put it down. A young who is left with her two aunts is stuck to a life of hardship and mistreatment. She happens find friends in an unusal way…I absolutely loved this thrilling adventure. Overall, I highl recommend the Grimm House to readers worldwide. I can’t wait to see what Karen McQuestion comes up with next!

Review: Whimsy Wood


It’s January in Whimsy Wood and Posie Pixie’s just made two new friends! Come and meet Violet Vole and her best friend Sonny Shrew (the coolest dude in Whimsy Wood!) in this enchanting tale of friendship and fun overcoming the elements!

My Rating: 5 stars

My Review: 

Posie Pixie and the Snow Storm is amazing. Children will love this funny, exciting, and delightful adventure series. This story will captivate readers on every page luring them deeper into is fun-filled plot. Posie and her friends make for an interesting read. There’s never a dull moment. Every page comes to life as readers follow Posie and her friends to the end of the book. Winnie the Pooh better watch out…Posie and her friends are going to be childrens’ new favorite series. Whismy Wood is full of intriguing characters, adventures, and excitment. I loved reading this book. Overall, I highly recommend it to readers everywhere.

Children’s Writing Book Series

Today,we continue with Lucky and his adventures. The cute, loveable, mischievious little puppy. Lucky helps a young boy learn not to give up his dream of being a picther on the baseball team. Lucky helps the boy by having him practice throwing the ball and Lucky running after it. After awhile the boy becomes good at throwing. Lucky is happy his new friend is doing well. Later on at practice the boy throws every single ball well enought that the coach is proudof him. The coach’s son dislikes his fathers approval of the other boy. The coach’s son decides to act friendly to the other boy and have him hangout with him and his friends..but what happens when the boy goes to meet them? What do they do? How does Lucky come to the boys aid? What happens to the coach’s son? And why? How does Lucky bevome a mascot for the baseball team? And does the little boy that Lucky helped end up being a catcher? Write all this in your response below!

Writing- My favorite character (Lucky)

                                                                                 Lucky Goes to Sea World!


Lucky the farm dog’s adventures series continues. Today, Lucky is going to Florida. He and his parents and siblings, will all get to see and explore Sea World. New animals, new places, new things to learn. What happens as Lucky goes to Sea World? What does Lucky do that ruins the Dolphin show? Does Lucky make a new friend? How does Lucky help his new friend, Sally, the dolphin out? Will the Dolphin show be saved and back to normal?

This is another children’s book idea example to help writers practice their writing skills. Write what happens at Sea World and how Lucky saves the day!

Today-14th Day of Writing a Young Children’s Book

Today, is the last day out of the fourteen days of writing a children’s book together. But fear not. There will be more children’s book ideas, advice and tips posted daily. Except, instead of givig you a character, a conflict and a plot , I will tell you to come up with each of these on your own. Sometimes, I will give you one of these three and leave to gigure out the rest. Which will be interesting to read. Because the plots and characters will be different. And exciting!
So, for our last challenge for writing a young children’s book, I thought hmmm…I can give you one of the three main ingredients for making a story and allow you to do the rest. I will help you write your story along the way but you get to decide what you want.
Today, I will give a conflict. The conflict is: your character is sad about his loyal dog’s death. He/ she knew this dog since they were born..A new dog, a stray who is hungry and very dirty trys to befriend your character. But your character keeps chasing the stray away because the character is still sad about his/her dog. Write how they stray sticks annoyingly by your characters side no matter what your character does your shoe it away. Write what happens to the character, where the stray comes to the characters rescue and how the character falls in love with the stray. Then write what happens when something bad happens to the stray…will your character lose the stray dog too?
Post your responses down below for feedback.

Day #10 – Writing Young Children’s Books

Since we are doing a children’s book series, I thought that for this challenge we can write about Lucky and his Easter Day Adventure. Write about Lucky going on a search for the Easter Bunny. Does he find the Easter Bunny? If he does, what happens next? If he doesn’t find the Easter Bunny? Write how Lucky almost gives up liking Easter until something changes his mind… Is Easter only about getting candy? Write about Lucky learning the true meaning of Easter. And how he poses as an Easter bunny!


Day #9- Writing a Young Children’s Book

download (1)So far, we have completed eight days out of the 14 for writing young children’s books. By the time we reach day 14, you should have a series of young children’s books written. We are officially past the halfway mark! Today’s writing challenge idea to write about our super cute, lovable, and mischievous little puppy!  Lucky loves exploring as we have seen in the previous challenges. Today, Lucky is going to Egypt. To discover the Egyptians tombs and pyramids. As Lucky and his family get to see the enormous ancient buildings and listen to the ramblings of a mummy’s curse.., while Lucky trails off to find vast treasures. What Lucky doesn’t know is that he will stumble upon a tomb robbing. Being careful not to attract the robber’s attention, Lucky backs into a small space bumps into the wall and sneezes from the cloud of dust. The robbers having heard Lucky sneeze yell, “After him”! Oh no, thought Lucky. Lucky runs as fast as his little paws will carry him as he sniffs his way back to the others. Write what happens next to Lucky. Do the robbers try to kidnap Lucky? Will they robbers get away with the ancient mommy’s jewels? Or will Lucky be there to stop them? Write your response down below!!!

Day #8- Writing a Young Children’s Book

To continue with our children’s book series with our super cute, and lovable puppy, let’s write about Lucky’s adventure in space. Lucky along with his family gets to explore and sniff around the space shuttles. Lucky being bored leaves to explore something more exciting. What Lucky doesn’t know is that he’s about to take off into space with four astronauts on an active space shuttle!
Write about Lucky’s experience being in space and what planets he gets to see. Also mention the astronauts surprise when they see Lucky floating inside the space shuttle!

Day #7- Writing a Young Children’s Book

For this challenge we will write about a puppy, Lucky goes to Paris. He gets to explore sights such as the Eiffel Tower, gets a self-portrait made, and gets himself into lots of trouble! He sniffs around the famous city of love and being a mischievous little puppy ends up tripping a baker who balances an enormous cake that slides off onto an elderly woman who then falls down taking grab of a nearby table cloth. The cloth bringing dragged downward knocks down all the pastries on the long table. Thus, making the French baker, and everyone else angered at Lucky. Lucky quickly leaves while stumbling onto a path leading to a little girl. What does Lucky do to help this little French girl out? write how Lucky helps the little girl find her way back home.  Write your response down below for feedback! 

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