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April 5, 2018
April Prose by admin

Happy National Poetry Month! While the month of April is well underway, spring hasn’t seemed to follow it here in Maryland. While we get set to (maybe?) tough out another significant snow fall this weekend, we are gearing up for the largest literary celebration in world! We’ll be following the Academy of American Poets all […]

March 15, 2018
Maddy & Cole Series Launches by admin

Multi-award winning Maryland author launches NEW book series! Our 1st middle grade fiction series launched this week with the newest release from Amazon Best Selling Author, Richie Frieman. Maddy & Cole Vol. 1: The Food Truck Grand Prix debuted March 13th on Amazon. Every Underdog Has a Tale Go on an adventurous ride through the wild […]

March 10, 2018
Join the Food Truck Race! by Page Turner

Maddy and Cole, Inc. by Richie Frieman Maddy just woke up, and things are already not going as planned. Her best friend, Ella, has a dental appointment, forcing Maddy to work in her grandfather’s food truck after school. She desperately wants a new bike, but the bike she wants is way too expensive for her […]

March 2, 2018
So much more than just Cancer Girl by Page Turner

Halfway Normal by Barbara Dee Norah Levy is finally returning to school after two years of chemotherapy treatment for leukemia. She’s psyched to start seventh grade with her best friends Harper and Silas. The only problem is, everything is different. Most of the seventh grade students and teachers only treat her as Cancer Girl, and […]

February 22, 2018
A 700 word list – and it’s getting shorter. by Page Turner

The List by Patricia Forde Wordsmith Benjamin’s apprentice Letta is one of the only humans left who can read every word that has ever existed. The remains of humanity live inside the city of Ark. There, everyone must speak List, made up of fewer than 1,000 words. Letta and her master are the only ones […]

February 7, 2018
A Hap-PIE-ly Ever After Ending? by Page Turner

Pumpkin Pie by Katelyn Brawn Michelle Conner is living a nightmare. Her mother and twin sister are popular beauty queens, and her estranged father wants to divorce her mother. At school, she is bullied daily by a girl she was once friends with. Elle’s only solace is the Hap-PIE-ly Ever After Pie Shop and Restaurant, […]

January 27, 2018
Is he a genius… Or does he have a Genius? by Page Turner

  Rebel Genius by Micheal Dante DiMartino Giacomo Ghiberti is a boy who lives in the sewers of Virenzia, the capital of the Zizzolan empire. At the age of three, his parents were captured by the Supreme Creator Nerezza. Their bird-like Geniuses were executed, and Giacomo’s parents became Lost Souls soon after. Ever since, Giacomo […]

January 13, 2018
Jonathan C. Nordstrom Honored by admin

Maryland Author Gets International Attention Jonathan C. Nordstrom, author and illustrator of Sometimes Sleep, honored Baltimore, MD: Jonathan Nordstrom’s multi-award winning book, Sometimes Sleep, to be on display at Klingspor Museum, Germany, from November 25, 2017 – February 12, 2018 in their international children’s book exhibition. Since 1965, the international picture book exhibition, “Bunte Kinderwelt,” […]

December 8, 2017
A magic necklace? by Page Turner

The Magic Necklace by Mikiya McClinton Max is a normal girl living on her family’s farm. She loves her life and her family, and is basically free to do as she wishes. When she finds a magic necklace that has the power to grant her three wishes, she is ecstatic. But the necklace isn’t quite […]

December 1, 2017
Living Among the Wolves by Page Turner

Julie of the Wolves by Jean Craighead George When Eskimo girl  runs away from her home because of a situation she finds intolerable, she becomes lost and without food in the wilderness of Alaska. She decides to head toward San Francisco, the home of her pen pal, Amy, a girl who calls her Julie. During […]