“Trick or Read”
When I was in fifth grade I made an awesome Halloween costume: I was a jar of Skippy Peanut Butter. No one could tell who I really was since my head was covered, but I got lots of compliments on my cool creativity.
However, that was […]
“Behold the Power of Books!”
Talking to kids about hard topics is tough. When your little one, or a little one you know, is going through a tough time, it can be challenging to talk to them about what is going on in their life. Many kids are embarrassed about it, […]
“Things Sure Were Different In My Day”
I caught myself saying something the other day that I never thought I would say to my children, and I’m still reeling from the sheer horror of how those words felt as they spilled out of my mouth. In my defense, my kids had been complaining—in […]
“Shedding a Light of Understanding on Kids Who Are Different”
Growing up in an average American household, I never gave much thought to what it was like to be different or out of the norm. My education was homogenous: Catholic grade school, Catholic high school, even a year at a Catholic all-girls college. […]
“How a love of language and travel influenced The Magic of Melwick Orchard”
If you could have any superpower in the world, what would it be?
Flight? Invisibility? Super strength?
I’d choose Omniglotism, also known as the ability to speak every language in the world. Imagine the […]
Our Top Ten Favorite Authors by Duda V. and Angelina D. (6th grade)
Rick Riordan is the author of many series like Percy Jackson and Heroes of Olympus. He is in the process of writing The Trials of Apollo series as well. His […]
Author: Mark Morrison
Published February 21st, 2018
About the Book: TwoSpells is a magical tale about a set of teenage twins, Sarah and Jon, who find out that they’re heirs to an ancient, magical realm containing an enchanted library that can transport a reader to anywhere or […]
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