Hook kids into reading with these booktalks for some of the best nonfiction books.
Printable games that teachers, book club leaders and librarians can use for the book Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life by James Patterson. Name game, trivia, drawing game (like Pictionary.)
Spice up your spooky fiction booktalks with audience participation. Here you’ll find ideas for ways to get the children involved along with complete booktalks for several kids’ spooky fiction books.
Below I talk about the history and impact of Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House series.
Babymouse is beginning a new chapter in life and entering middle school. All sorts of adventures are waiting. Babymouse decides to make a movie and star in her own adventures in middle school.
The Tale of Despereaux is a charming and thought-wrenching children's chapter book, suitable for all ages.
Spice up your fantasy fiction booktalks with audience participation. Here you’ll find ideas for ways to get the children involved along with complete booktalks for several kids’ fantasy fiction books
Read the first book in the Chronicles of Evrion: The Wishing Stone. Five children make a wish: pirates, time travel, alien planets, and super powers. But when the wish ends, how will they get home?
First chapter of the sequel to my children's novel 'The Architect's Apprentice' - more villains, murders and gore...
The Ever After High book series is perfect for young readers and older reluctant readers too. This fairytale series features the children of the most famous fairytale characters in history.