Posts Categorized: Book Reviews

The Lonely Book – Review

I love the way my three-year-old picks books at the library. She runs at a break-neck pace, pulling anything that looks interesting or has substance (and by “substance” I don’t mean it in the metaphorical way, I mean in the “it has mass and can be picked up” sort of way) off shelves and plopping… Read more »

The Wizard of Crescent Moon Mountain – book review

The Wizard of Crescent Moon Mountain by Oldman Brook is a story about an adventure. Nine companions, comprised of dwarves, men, elves, Otso (men who can shapeshift and become animals), and a wizard set out across the land to battle Warrior: the evil entity that threatens their world. Pros: 1. The book is incredibly family-friendly…. Read more »

He Whistles for the Cricket

I’m not sure where to categorize this: sort of a “featured artist” post I guess.  Today’s post is about one of my all-time favorite books: He Whistles for the Cricket by Gwen Walker (my grandma). My Grandma Walker wrote a book (yes, I come by my writing skills honestly) before she died called “He Whistles… Read more »