One Polar Bear By Crystal Beach – Goddess Fish Promotions. GENRE: Children’s Fiction. One Polar Bear is a delightful rhyming book filled with lovable animals from the Canadian Arctic. Polar Bear is home sick and alone. His many animal friends drop by to cheer him up. This counting story celebrates individuals with a variety of abilities and disabilities, and the text helps teach the numbers one to ten. Canada is a country made up of many peoples and cultures. Read review and enter giveaway.
Connected By Seema Desai – Lone Star Book Tours. Genres: Children’s Book / Self-Help / Mindfulness / Parenting. Connected is all about teaching kids and their families how to navigate their emotions. It is a practical guide to understanding powerful concepts that alleviate the stress and challenge in tough situations. Read my review and enter giveaway
Introducing The Tooth Fairy Quits By Megan Pighetti. Genre: Children’s Books About Birthdays. Suzie loves spreading joy to children, but being a tooth fairy is no easy task. Annoyed with gross teeth and a scratchy tutu, Suzie turned in her tooth fairy wand. She QUITS the only job she’s ever known! While Suzie doesn’t miss her tutu, she misses spreading joy to children. When one child wishes for a Birthday Fairy, the other fairies don’t know what to do. Suzie flies into action with a new look for a new job. Read my review.
Mars Adrift – The Halo Trilogy: Book 3 By McFall and Hays – Lone Star Book Blog Tour. Categories: Science Fiction / Detective ( Hard-Boiled) / Mystery. My Review: Imagine an environment where all humankind on Earth, Mars and beyond is connected through a vast all powerful computerized network . Contemplate a condition where all infants are fitted with ocular implants that constantly transmit and receive information to and from that very network, an entity known as Halo. There is no personal privacy. Everyone is exposed to the same data and you can’t turn it off or detach from it unless you literally rip your eye, the one with the OCD implant, from its socket. Every visual image, every spoken word, thought and emotion is recorded. Every recording can be accessed by those with high enough authority, and so can every live feed – in real time. This story is told, 50 years after the fact, from the point of view of two who have that authority – a human professor of history named Lauren Valentine and her partner, Sanders. Read More…