Moms Who Love Children's Books


Moms Who Love Children's Books

A group for moms who love to read or write children's books.

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Book Giveaway

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Win one of three copies of this fantastically funny kids bookThe Most…Continue

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Check us out folks you might like what you find…Continue

Just found this group

Started by sarah Romano Feb 9. 0 Replies

Hi allI just found this group and for Moms that love Children's book come on over and check us out (if you haven't yet) at Bookroom…Continue

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New children's Fantasy looking for your reviews!

Started by Heidi Lyn Burke Feb 8. 0 Replies

My name is H. L. Burke and I'm an independent author of multiple books. I usually write YA, but my next book, due out in March, is a children's chapter book, aimed at 12 and under. Thaddeus Whiskers…Continue

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Comment by Margot Finke on February 26, 2011 at 6:56pm

T.he first REVIEW of  my boy's mid-grade adventure is up on Stories for Children, and it is terrific.  I am thrilled!!

Here's the link if you are looking for something to tempt your boy or reluctant reader:   -  OR  read a  SAMPLE PAGE.


Margot's Magic Carpet - all my books on one page


Comment by Memorable Children Books & Gifts on February 26, 2011 at 4:56pm


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Comment by Memorable Children Books & Gifts on February 26, 2011 at 4:52pm
Author Ron Hirschi and Mymcbooks Blog will be giving away 2 copies of Whalemail [Hardcover] the Japanese Edition.

If you speak, teach or know any one that speaks or teaches Japanese and would love a copy please email at

Whalemail story in English. The crew of the Scoutabout is traveling from Alaska to Hawaii to follow the annual journey of the humpback whales. Along the way, two young scientists send back postcards, cleverly tucked within the book’s pages. Discover dozens of fascinating facts about these giant mammals, including what they eat, why they sing and when whale babies are born. 32 pages with 12 postcards, 10" x 7-1/2", Hardcover.

Story by Ron Hirschi

Illustrated by Evon Zerbetz

Japanese Version
Comment by Tina Peterson on February 19, 2011 at 1:41am

Hi everyone - Happy Friday!


Come to Family Literacy & You to Show and share your book reviews and book giveaways each weekend Saturday - Monday night.  Family Friendly of course and if you have articles about education, art or family/parenting oriented those are welcome too!  Click Here to Link UP!


Comment by Margot Finke on February 18, 2011 at 3:39pm

Mayra's Frederico the Mouse Violinist is so kid friendly it begs to be read. 


Margot's Magic Carpet - all my books on one page.
Taconi and Claude - Read Sample Page

Comment by Mayra Calvani on February 18, 2011 at 8:41am
Comment by Margot Finke on February 16, 2011 at 5:56pm

Dawn, and others planing a writing career, visit my 

 WRITING CHAT For all Seasons –

 READ Query Letters That Work + Lousy Rejection Letters and lots more.

Margot's Magic Carpet

Comment by Dawn Odell on February 16, 2011 at 7:59am

My partner and I are writing and illustrating a series of childrens inspirational books, with the first to be out in a month or so.


Id love to invite the moms from moms who love childrens books to our blog Angels of Inspiration. Please read our posts and become apart of our growing family by becoming a follower and sharing your thoughts in the comment section of our posts.Angels of Inspiration

Comment by Mayra Calvani on February 11, 2011 at 4:17pm
Latest review of How to Turn Your Book Club into a Spectacular Event
Comment by Margot Finke on February 11, 2011 at 3:03pm

My one boy was a reluctant reader.  Getting him to read was like pulling teeth!!  As a teacher's aide I discovered it was not unusual for boys to prefer sports, computer games and TV to reading. I also discovered there were far more books written with girls in mind than there were for boys. 

My answer was "Taconi and Claude - Double Trouble" a mid-grade adventure for boys that takes place in the Aussie Outback. 


WANT to WIN a COPY for your boy?


Write a REVIEW of 

Taconi and Claude's Big 2011 Adventure

my short story promotional “tease.”


* * eMail Reviews to:  MARGOT FINKE

(The winner's review will be published on the site)


Write the most fun and interesting review

- and WIN!



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