Spotlight & Author Interview: Cap’n Rex and His Clever Crew by Henry Herz

Today we have another adorable picture book by Henry Herz. I’ve featured his previous books on this blog before so I’m happy to shine a spotlight on his latest, Cap’N Rex and His Clever Crew!

Read on to know more about the book and check out a short interview with the author to know more about his inspiration for the book, and other things.

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Review and Giveaway: Ninja and Bunny’s Great Adventure by Kara S. Tyler

I love featuring fantasy and adventure picture books here on the blog. I am always amazed by the gorgeous illustrations. Today I have here Ninja and Bunny’s Great Adventure by Kara S. Tyler, with illustrations by Sarah Pacetti. It’s a pretty cool book about two sisters and their adventure in Fairyland!

Read on to know more about the book and check out my review. Don’t forget to join the tour giveaway for a chance to win great prizes!

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16 Children’s Books Characters In Court [Infographic]

Who were your favorite children’s book villains?

Here’s a nifty infographic that explores what would happen if literary villains were tried in the real world. I’ve to admit, I’m not familiar with some of these guys, but it’s interesting to see them here.

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Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually. This infographic was created for LoveReading.co.uk.

Blog Tour: Review of Silent Words (An illustrated children’s book)

Welcome to Novel Publicity‘s Review Only Tour for Silent Words by Chantal Fournier (Author) and Nicolas Lajeunesse (Illustrator). Read the reviews and win some great prizes for following along as we introduce you to Zelda and her world of words.

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Zelda loves to talk. She always asks a million questions and her head is full of words like apple, bunny, cartwheel and dwizzledoodle. But when a sudden storm turns Zelda’s world upside down, all her words go silent. Zelda must embark on a quest across mountains, forests and oceans to find her parents—and her voice.

This moving tale about loss and hope will tug at your heartstrings. Author Chantal Fournier’s poetic storytelling style and illustrator Nicolas Lajeunesse’s evocative artwork combine to create a poignant story in which a child discovers comfort in the power of words.

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Review of Alexander Drake’s Extraordinary Pursuit and The Return of General Drake by Elizabeth Parkinson-Bellows

Alexander Drake new coverYay, I was finally able to write quick reviews for the first two books of the children’s fantasy and adventure series by author Elizabeth Parkinson-Bellows! Check out my thoughts on the books and enter the blog tour giveaway at the end of this post. :)

Alexander Drake’s Extraordinary Pursuit 

Meet Alexander Drake, a curious young man living in a drab, oversized mansion with his secretive father. He spent his days playing alone. In the back of his mind he wondered what happened to his mother, and why his father was tight-lipped about the past; but secrets have a way of getting out.It all started with a stay at his grandmother’s cottage. Alexander found strange clues tucked away in his father’s old bedroom. With a mysterious key and several maps in his pack he set off on an innocent search for answers about his family.When he discovered a secret passageway the search took a dramatic turn. He suddenly worried about what was searching for him. Alexander was being hunted by a sorcerer from his father’s past. Answers lead to more questions and the journey of his life.Join Alexander for a thrilling adventure in Azra’s Pith, a place of beauty and magic… but beware—something evil lurks in the shadows.

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