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Why Read or Rot?

Reading for me is like breathing. If I cannot read, my soul will quietly rot away….

I am horrified to think that reading may become a dying art. It is why I want to help parents with my blog to raise a reader. Check out my articles about early childhood and language development and recommendations for children books and educational resources.

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Recent Blog Posts

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  • Chubby’s Tale: The true story of a bear who beat cancer by Carola Schmidt
    Chubby’s Tale: The true story of a teddy bear who beat cancer gives you the facts about childhood leukaemia in a way that is easy for kids to understand.  I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. Yes. Healthy bone marrow cells – stem cells! – are magical. When […]
  • Kolkata Noir by Tom Vater
    Kolkata Noir explores crime in the city of Calcutta during three different times. And tells a story of unfilled love between two people who have only encountered each other three times in forty years.  I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. … a tough, fascinating, complicated, often […]
  • Nerve Attack by S. Lee Manning
    In Nerve Attack, ex-ECA agent Kolya Petrov – still battling his PTSD symptoms – is racing against time to save American citizens from a deadly toxic nerve gas. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. Still, it wasn’t Kolya drinking out of boredom and physical discomfort that […]
  • Killing Dragons by Kristie Clark
    Dolphins have always fascinated me. I used to pretend I was a dolphin as a kid. I even practised holding my breath underwater for two complete laps in our pool. It is why I’ve jumped at the chance to review Killing Dragons. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this […]

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