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March 31, 2020
A Dragon In Disguise by Page Turner

Ember and the Ice Dragons by Heather Fawcett Ember is absolutely not an ordinary girl. Her invisible wings and tendency to involuntarily burst into flames give that much away. When she was only a few days old, Lionel St. George found her with her parents, a pair of fire dragons who had been killed by hunters. He […]

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March 28, 2020
A Rogue Vigilante by Page Turner

The Athena Protocol by Shamim Sarif Athena officers have orders to never kill their targets. The all-female vigilante organization captures those involved in terrorism, kidnapping, and the like and brings them to justice through the court system. On Jessie Archer’s mission in West Africa, though, she loses control and kills the man she and her […]

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March 25, 2020
NOT my calling: Tuesday by Wendy Dean

The hits keep coming. Pretty sure my lesson plan got me in trouble with admin. Wonder if I can put my school up for sale? Homeschool Day 462 08:00 Reveille ignored by everyone 08:30 Brief staff meeting. If Karen asks one more dang question …. 🔪 09:00 Roll Call – 2 students tardy 09:03 Unscheduled […]

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March 24, 2020
Prince By Day, Fashion Icon By Night by Page Turner

The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang Prince Sebastian’s parents may be looking for a bride for him, but no girl has gotten closer than Frances. After attracting the prince’s eye with her original designs, he hires Frances to be his personal dressmaker. She is surprised to find that the prince enjoys wearing dresses […]

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March 23, 2020
NOT my calling: Week 2 by Wendy Dean

Week 2 is upon us! Monday started out bumpy: tired, unmotivated kids who want to sleep, nap, and watch Netflix. Teaching is NOT my calling! Homeschool Day 409 08:00 Reveille 08:03 Find cafeteria full of empty boxes 😡 Assoc. Principal makes coffee – becomes beacon of hope. 09:01 submitted request for long term subst… 09:01 […]

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March 21, 2020
NOT My Calling by Wendy Dean

God Bless the Teachers! (And give ’em all a pay raise!) Last week was a long year, wasn’t it? The corona virus has turned all of our lives upside down and inside out. We’re all doing things a little differently. None of us were prepared for these ‘different things’. In this house for example, online […]

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January 22, 2020
Mark Your Calendars by admin

Multicultural Children’s Book Day is Near Mark you calendars for 2020’s MCB Day, Friday, January 31st. Our small press is super excited to give a shout out to this amazing organization. Celebrating 7 years of diversity in children’s literature while getting those books into the hands of kids, founding members Valarie Budayr from Jump Into […]

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October 7, 2019
Fighting For Their Lives… Again by Page Turner

Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo – TEEN REVIEW Before you read this review, be forewarned that there WILL be spoilers for Six of Crows. Kaz Brekker and his crew thought that the heist at the Fjerdan Ice Court was the end. They should have received their reward and been on their way with more money than […]

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October 3, 2019
A Massive Heist, Attempted By Teenagers by Page Turner

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo – TEEN REVIEW Kaz Brekker may be young, but his reputation as a criminal mastermind is no mistake. He’s been a part of the Dregs gang in the Barrel since he was twelve and was clever enough to just about single-handedly transform it from a laughable crew into a […]

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June 23, 2019
A Fencing Rivalry by Page Turner

Fence by C. S. Pacat, illustrated by Johanna the Mad (graphic novel, ages 12+) Nicholas Cox has been training in épée fencing to score a scholarship to Kings Row private school. When he gets there, he finds that his roommate was the exact same boy who beat him in a tournament. Seiji Katayama is unbeatable. […]

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