I have a new book review on Jennifer Hallmark’s blog. The book is A Very Corgi Christmas, written by Sam Hay and illustrated by Loretta Schauer. Check it out by clicking on the link below!
Tag Archives: picture books
Dragon Book Funded!
Good news! My friend C.E. White has her book When Your Dragon Is Too Big For a Bath fully funded! You can still get a sneak peek of the book through the Kickstarter link below. All kids need to be shown how to pray to God when troubles come. And be shown how God answersContinue reading “Dragon Book Funded!”
Book Feature: Little Pilgrim’s Progress by Joe Sutphin
Have you heard of Little Pilgrim’s Progress? It’s the children’s version of the John Bunyan classic by Helen L. Taylor. Recently, Joe Sutphin made an illustrated version with animal characters. James D. Witmer, author of The Strange New Dog, has written a review of this book. I haven’t read Sutphin’s version myself, but I likeContinue reading “Book Feature: Little Pilgrim’s Progress by Joe Sutphin”
Almost Fully Funded!
You’ve probably seen in a past post that my fellow author C.E. White has a book on Kickstarter called When Your Dragon Is Too Big for a Bath. It’s almost fully funded! If you haven’t contributed yet, please do. The pictures are adorable, and the story itself illustrates how a child can exercise faith inContinue reading “Almost Fully Funded!”
Wolves and Swans and Unicorns. Oh my!
Are you looking for more books to add to your library? I write book reviews from a Christian perspective for Jennifer Hallmark’s column “Friday Fiction: Books From Off the Beaten Track.” The following are what’s on her column so far, and there’ll be more on the way.
Dogs in Space and Dragons in Bathtubs
Here is a book review I wrote last year, discussing the book Laika: Astronaut Dog. It tells the story of the dog who rode Sputnik-2, and in my review I discuss whether we should edit history to avoid remembering the unpleasant. My friend and fellow author C.E. White has written an adorable book called WhenContinue reading “Dogs in Space and Dragons in Bathtubs”