Book Reviews for Children and Adults.

01/17/2012 01:45

I will be featuring all kinds of book reviews for children here. Book reviews will be at least once a week. Why is a book review an important tool for you? Here are a few reasons why book reviews are helpful.

  • Reviews give you an idea about what the book will tell you
  • Reviews lets parents know what topics are covered
  • Reviews let parents know what subjects kids your age will read
  • Reviews tell the reader if the book is a story or a series of facts
  • A fiction story is a made up story about make believe characters in a real life or historical setting. Fiction is fun to read.
  • A nonfiction story is based on truth and facts about different topics including weather, science, animals, health, or food. Nonfiction is fun but also educational for the reader. It is always fun to learn something new.

Book reviews also list

  • the author
  • the illustrator
  • the ISBN number
  • the price
  • the number of pages
  • the age group of the reader

You can write a review too. Read a book and write a short review. Email your review and I will post it here so other kids will want to read the book too. I look forward to sharing those reviews with other children.

Adult Reviews:  

I will also feature book reviews for adults. Moms and dads who love to read can find interesting books here too. Look for mysteries, suspense, Christian romance, and resoures for parenting. Parents may also email a short review of a book that they find interesting. It would really be helpful if parents share information on parenting books, books on children with illnesses, and other resources they have found to be helpful as parents.



Terri Forehand RN Writing for children and adults

75 Snyder Road
Nashville, IN 47448


I am pleased to announce that I have two books and a third soon to be published by Pen It Publications. I want to keep active links to their site and also to some of their authors and their author blogs here for your easy access to great books.

Pen It! Publications,LLC is also accepting submissions. Check out their website for the book shop and current needs for submissions.

1. Truman Beaver

2. Terri Forehand













 I have a blog where I review books for children. Carla's Cloud Catastrophe is a funny and imaginative book for children ages 4-8. Carla is missing her birthday party because the clouds are falling from the sky into the town where she lives. Can you imagine if that reallly happened on your birthday? What would you do? It seems silly but oh what fun stomping through the clouds might be.

If mom or dad wants to read more about this fun book by children's author Beth Bence Reinke one click on the link will take them right to it.

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Welcome to this site. I am so glad you are here. I hope you find fun, information, ideas, and inspiration to make your day complete.

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1. God 2. My family 3. Writing 4. Reading 5. Chocolate 6. Fabric 7, Sewing and quilting 8. Kids of all ages 9. Sunny days 10. Christmas  

My Favorite Part of a New School Year

My favorite part of starting a new school year or a new writing project is gathering my supplies. I love notepads, sticky notes, fun pens, and goofy paper to write my stories. What is your favorite part of starting a new school year? Is it the new teacher, making new friends, being in a new grade, or learning new things? If you really don't like school, is there one thing you can try this year to make it better? Write and let me know how your new school year is going? I would love to hear about it.

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07/19/2011 05:55
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