Bullying Prevention from someone who understands. Please check out all the excellent posts from Chateau Cherie. “ The Silence, Inaction, and, Dare I Say, Cowardice of Bystanders”

How responsible are bystanders of bullying when they may not necessarily participate in the bullying but see it happening and choose to turn a blind …

The Silence, Inaction, and, Dare I Say, Cowardice of Bystanders

We Made a Halloween Game!

Brilliant game, well explained instructions, engaging and welcoming art (Creedance), and action cards that have very funny challenges that are very Audrey Day-Williams. Looking for something to do with a kid or the whole family? Read……The Trick-or-Treaters are Coming from Inside the House! I co-created a Halloween game for kids with my brilliant and funny artist-friend Creedance …

We Made a Halloween Game!

Annie Says: If you are a parent, grandparent or caregiver of a child, you will relate to this story. I am delighted to be amongst many others whose life’s work was changed for the better because of the acts of children. Go read the easy, funny conversation between Jena and Diana…………Simply 7 with Diana Murray–HELP MOM WORK FROM HOME

Sometimes events seem out of control in the world and they work against your book release.  That wasn’t the case for today’s picture book which feels…

Simply 7 with Diana Murray–HELP MOM WORK FROM HOME

“I would hope that SHELTER – HOMELESSNESS IN OUR COMMUNITY encourages readers – both the children and adults who read it – to approach homelessness and other social issues with curiosity rather than judgment.” Welcome Author Lois Peterson – Giveaway Alert

Today I’m happy to introduce you to author, Lois Peterson and her nonfiction middle grade book, SHELTER – HOMELESSNESS IN OUR COMMUNITY, illustrated …

Welcome Author Lois Peterson – Giveaway Alert

No Peacocks! – Bird Talk with Harry – Book Giveaway

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Book Review and Interview with Harry the Peacock 

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No Peacocks!

Robin Newman, Author

Chris Ewald, Illustrator

Sky Pony Press, Fiction, Sep. 4, 2018

Suitable for Ages: 4-8

Themes: Peacocks, Behavior, Humor, Friendship, Teamwork


Every day, Phil, Jim, and Harry are fed sunflower seeds by the staff who care
 for them at The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. But one day, they decide they’re sick of seeds. They make a break for the New York City streets in search of pizza or Chinese takeout. But everywhere they go, they’re told “No peacocks!”

So, they try to get an ooey, gooey, delicious meal closer to home. But 
how are they going to sneak into The Cathedral School’s dining hall and get their wings on the school’s world-famous mac ’n cheese? A little plotting, some stolen disguises, and help…

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