Kid Lit Village: Miss Meow

Hello Readers, and welcome to Kid Lit Village! I’m so happy you’re here. Each Monday I feature an author or illustrator interview and a new release children’s book. This week, we welcome MISS MEOW by Jane Smith, publication date: September 28, 2021 by West Margin Press. About the book: An imaginative story about childhood playContinue reading “Kid Lit Village: Miss Meow”

Kid Lit Village Review: TWO DOGS ON A TRIKE

Dear Kid Lit Village blog readers, I’m glad you’re here! I hope Friday is treating you well. Time for my next picture book review. Today, I’m featuring TWO DOGS ON A TRIKE by Gabi Snyder and Robin Rosenthal. Plenty of action in this story, which will have mass appeal for pet lovers. Counting, transportation andContinue reading “Kid Lit Village Review: TWO DOGS ON A TRIKE”

Author of Two Children’s Books

Hello Readers, I’m back from a summer blog break! It’s sometimes hard for me to believe but I’m now the author of two children’s books, KATIE SHAEFFER, PANCAKE MAKER and THE LULLABY MONSTERS. Huge thanks to Paula Nasmith, who did the illustration work and collaborated with me on both books. I love her pink dragonContinue reading “Author of Two Children’s Books”


Hello Readers and welcome to Kid Lit Village, where authors and illustrators of picture books get interviewed about their newly released picture books. This week we feature T. REXES CAN’T TIE THEIR SHOES by Anna Lazowski and Steph Laberis. The book is published by Penguin Random House. As you may know, I am from Victoria,Continue reading “Kid Lit Village: T. REXES CAN’T TIE THEIR SHOES”

Kid Lit Village Review: ALIEN TOMATO

Dear Blog readers, Thanks for stopping by the blog; I’m happy you’re here! It’s Friday, so time for another children’s book review. Today, I’m featuring ALIEN TOMATO by Kristen Schroeder and Mette Engell. When a strange round red object lands in the garden, the vegetables wonder what it could be. All except gopher believe itContinue reading “Kid Lit Village Review: ALIEN TOMATO”

Kid Lit Village Review: Other Words for Home

Hello lovely blog readers! Welcome back to Kid Lit Village for a Friday book review. Today I’m featuring OTHER WORDS FOR HOME by Jasmine Warga. This is my kind of book! Interesting, unique characters, great plot, and a satisfying ending. Add to that well-chosen words and I’m a happy reader. If you like novels inContinue reading “Kid Lit Village Review: Other Words for Home”