Books, Kids, and Littler Kids1:00 AM
As you can see I have a lot of books in my room
As a writer, books have become even dearer to me. Today, I would like to share some old favorites and then allow you a chance to win a digital copy of one of my books, you get to chose which one.
Home on Stony Creek: Between the time I was 11 and sixteen, I reread this series about five times. It combined my love of history, faith, and stories into one.
Looking for a Home: This series is not your typical orphan story about they trying to do everything on their own. Based on a true story, this story is a wonderful story of children finding a family and adventure.
The Boxcar Children: This series was so much fun as a kid. I loved the how the siblings looked out for each other and survived. The writing was solid and engaging. It was one of the few secular series that I liked as a kid.
Patty Fairfield: I am going to let you in on a little secret; I still love reading Middle Grade books. This is a recent discovery of mine that I love.
Tell Me the Secrets: Dad read this book to us when we were younger. Wow, these stories are powerful and hard, but the lessons stuck with me. The final story had us all crying, but left us with joy and hope.
I’ll Love You Forever: This is a sweet story of the love between a mother and child. This was my youngest sisters favorite so I have many fond memories.
The Story Bought Doll: As a girl who loved dolls, this book was one I loved to look at long before I could read. The pictures always drew me in and I liked the story too'
Amelia Bedilia: As someone who loved words from an early age, this story was a hit. I still love the play on words.