Month: July 2019

GODZILLA

I am a Godzilla fan. I have been since I was a kid. I watched a bunch of b-movies with my dad on Sunday afternoons; westerns, martial arts, shoot-em-ups, and of course monster movies. My dad wasn’t picky. He worked hard, a lot of… Continue Reading “GODZILLA”

Remembering the Good Times

by Richard Peck   NOTE: THIS IS A REBLOG FROM ONE YEAR AGO. I decided to repost because summertime often brings back memories of the time I spent with these kids.  When I think back on this book it is very much like thinking… Continue Reading “Remembering the Good Times”

Mary Had a Little Lab

By Sue Fliess My synopsis. Mary is a scientist who is so busy inventing she forgets to make friends. She decides to create a pet for herself but when it becomes so popular and she creates more, things get out of hand. Why I… Continue Reading “Mary Had a Little Lab”

Grocery Store

I recently took a writing class called Story Telling For Kids run by Val Muller. One of our exercises was to pay attention to children out in the world and incorporate them into one of our stories if possible or just write the scene.… Continue Reading “Grocery Store”

Goodreads Monday

Goodreads Monday is hosted by Lauren’s Page Turners. It’s a great way to talk about a book from your TBR list and just kind of show it off. Previously I did a middle-grade book so this week I’m picking a Picture Book from my list and… Continue Reading “Goodreads Monday”