Category: Novels

Native American History and Experience

Today I want to share another book resource with you…Brightly. Brightly’s mission is to help all of us raise (or teach) kids who love to read. Isn’t that wonderful! One of the many book lists and shares that they have is one that highlights…

Girl-Centered Sci-Fi Novels: A Share from Brightly

Many of my colleagues have asked me to post more about early readers and novels. While I do have that as part of my goal, I haven’t been able to reach that far…yet, minus some of my more recent posts for early readers. In…

Zoey and Sassafras: Science Process in an Early Chapter Book = Love!

Overview of the Series: Written by a former science teacher πŸ™‚ the Zoey and Sassafras series takes you through the scientific process with your very capable guide, Zoey and her sidekick Sassafras. Zoey is a fan of nature, wonder, questions, and has a strong…

New Featured Book: “The Fourteenth Goldfish”

To my happy surprise, this book was filled with science concepts, scientists, and believing in the possible. πŸ™‚ Gosh, I needed some of that right now. Listening to the audiobook made me smile even more, because the reader captured the different characters so well–their…

Novels and Engineering? YES, PLEASE!

I came across this amazing e-article by Katrina Schwartz, who writes for “Mind/Shift: How We Learn” (do you follow them on Twitter or get their newsletter? You should consider it. I love their posts!). Click HERE for the link to read the full-article…and set…

Featured Book: “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”

I was about to write the book summary, when I paused and thought there was no need. πŸ™‚ However if you are unfamiliar with β€œHarry Potter” please feel free to contact me – I would love to discuss all things Potter. Why, then, is…