Coloring Pages and Science Experiments!

Are you on summer vacation yet? If you don’t want your kids spending hours in front of the screen during the summer, there are many things you can do as a family. For starters, you can do science experiments at home! K.A. Cummins has compiled a package of science experiments based on her children’s bookContinue reading “Coloring Pages and Science Experiments!”

Sunday is Around the Corner

Happy Early Resurrection Day! In honor of this very special day, here’s a children’s book about how a little girl and her family impacted a man’s life. Thank you, Ms. D, for sharing The Flowering Cross with us. Note: This video was made three years ago, so that’s why she mentions social distancing. But theContinue reading “Sunday is Around the Corner”

A “Doggy” Book Review by K.A. Cummins

Looking for more dog books for your young kids? Here is one called “Larry Gets Lost in the Library,” written by Eric Ode and illustrated by John Skewes. It’s about a dog who gets trapped in a bookmobile and is whisked away to a library. I haven’t read the full book myself, but K.A. CumminsContinue reading “A “Doggy” Book Review by K.A. Cummins”

A Fox-filled Book Review

Want your kids—or students if you’re a teacher—to be inspired to explore nature? There may still be snow where you’re at, but there may be animals mingling about. The picture book, “Saving Samantha,” is a true story about a fox living with the people who saved her. The author shares her journal entries of howContinue reading “A Fox-filled Book Review”

A Christmas Book Review and Music

Merry Early Christmas, everyone! I wrote a review on a sweet story called Nick, the Christmas Coyote. You can find it on Jennifer Hallmark’s blog “Off the Beaten Track,” where you can read other reviews written by me and others. What are your favorite Christmas carols? For an extra festive treat, here’s a version ofContinue reading “A Christmas Book Review and Music”