“Catty The Cat Green Vs. Red Choices” is an adorable Children’s Book written by the author Irsa Jawed and illustrated by Spectacokids Inc.
In this book, little readers will get to know about the green choices and the red choices. Green choices are good ones that we should make and red choices are bad ones that we should avoid. Grab a copy of this book and get to know about the green and red choices that Catty make or avoid at home and at school.
This is a wonderful book which will help kids to learn about a good behavior. I enjoyed reading this picture book. My nephew is glad to know what he should do and what he should avoid. I like to strongly recommend this book for all little readers. Author’s way of presenting this book is amazing. Also, the illustrations are so beautiful that I had a great time reading this book.
Q1. Please introduce yourself so that the readers will get to know you better.
My name is Alexandra Lopez. I was born in Ecuador and spent my childhood in Venezuela. I lived in Switzerland for a year to study French and then moved to the United States for my undergraduate and masters degrees. I combined my passion for education and my love for languages by opening an English speaking preschool in Venezuela. I am now living in Miami with my husband and four adult children. I love writing children books that inspire children to reach their highest potential.
Q2. What is your inspiration behind your book “Kachina”?
I was inspired to write Kachina by looking at the stars and imagining what they think of us humans and our beautiful Earth when they are gazing down at us.
Q3. What are your hobbies apart from writing?
Apart from writing I love spending time in nature and doing yoga and bicycle riding.
Q4. Have you authored any other book too?
The first book I wrote was in Spanish, Golpe de Suerte, Stroke of Luck. It is the story of a man who helped care for macaws and helped them fly freely through the skies of Caracas.
Q5. For which age group your book “Kachina” is suitable?
Kachina can be read by 4 year olds and will also be enjoyed by adults.
Q6. What is your favorite Quote?
I don’t have a favorite quote but one I recently read that I loved was “the secret of getting ahead is getting started” by Mark Twain.
Q7. What is your favorite country to live in?
I loved living in Venezuela but now I am very happy to be living in the U.S. Traveling and seeing other cultures and points of view is important to me.
Q8. What suggestion you want to give to parents of little readers regarding a reading habit?
My suggestion would be to make story time fun and exciting and make a routine that you and your child look forward to doing together.
Q9. What does literary success look like to you?
Literary success to me is writing a book that inspires children to identify their feelings and and assert their self esteem.
Q10. Lastly, who is your inspiration in life and why?
I am inspired by people who have overcome hardships and become more compassionate and are able to help others. Sent from my iPhone
Aspen penned by the author T. K. Lucaith is a romantic love story. Main character of the story is a businessman Marcus Gray. He got attracted to a woman Maria. They started seeing each other after work, soon got married and had a baby boy Ryan. Marc and Maria did well in the business together and started earning well. After twenty years in business Maria died because of cancer. Marc as a result sold the company. He already had a condo in Aspen, Colorado so he moved there. Even after three years of Maria’s death, Marc couldn’t forget her.
Another important character is a woman in her mid-forties Susan Green. To raise her daughter, Susan took a second job i.e. a server position at Prospect Restaurant in the Hotel Jerome. At Prospect, when Marc visited as a customer, Susan found Marc attractive. To Marc also, Susan seems efficient, organized, attractive. They both look like they are models. Marc asked from Susan for a date. Will Marc be able to move on from Maria?
This is an intriguing story. A daydreamer and a romantic person like me cherished this story. Cover photo of the book is nice. Title is relevant to the story. Author’s writing style is amazing. Her writing is so smooth that I enjoyed this story. Pace of the novel is fine. Storyline is gripping. If you love reading romance novels then I like to strongly recommend this to you.
“Freddie Yeti Goes to School” by Annika Jeras is an interesting Children’s Book. Story features Freddie Yeti who is scared of the first day at school. He did everything he could to avoid going to school. Freddie is afraid what if he gets lost or couldn’t make new friends at school.
Grab a copy of this story book and read it yourself to know how Freddie’s first day of school will go. Illustrations are so eye catchy that I enjoyed reading this book. Kids will be able to relate the story to their first day of school or if they still have to experience it, they will get great tips from the story. It’s a worth reading book that I enjoyed reading.
Exiled penned by the author Lauren Lee Merewether is the first book in A Lost Pharaoh Chronicles Complement Collection. It is a historical fiction so if you enjoy reading such novels then this book would fit perfectly to your reading taste.
Story features Pawah that is a narcissistic, psychopathic, and calculative schemer. Pharaoh and his two sons stand in Pawah’s way to the divine crown. Pawah was born poor but still he managed to be Fifth Prophet of Amun. Now his plan is to reach to the throne by seducing Pharaoh’s daughter. Will Pawah get succesful in his mission or something else is written in his fate? Find out yourself by reading this intriguing story.
Readers will find rich glossary at the beginning of the book that would help them a lot while reading it. This story set in Egyptian places made this book more intriguing. I appreciate author’s imagination in building the amazing world. It’s a fast paced story and I didn’t feel bored anytime while reading it. I like to strongly recommend this to historical fiction lovers.
The Omicron Six penned by the author Endy Wright is a gripping story that has the power to hook the readers till the last page. Story features Cooper Callister, a bright kid who is non verbal. Another character of importance is Coupe Daschelete. Coupe is a poor kid. He is not special for his teachers and he prefers to stay ignored with B grade. Coupe has faced much abuse early in his life. That’s why he don’t prefer going to home always from school.
At school, Coupe felt that Cooper is looking at him, not with his eyes though. Both Coupe and Cooper have superhuman powers. At school, Coupe was referred to as Single for a reason that you should find yourself while reading this book. Soon, Coupe and Cooper developed a friendship and Cooper can even talk. He just don’t talk at school. Grab a copy of this book and find out more about Coupe and Cooper, their origin, etc.
This is a captivating story. I couldn’t put it down until I finished it. Cover photo of the book looks nice. The 2 main characters Coupe and Cooper are interesting. Plot of the story is well written and I enjoyed it a lot. Narration is smooth and strong. Pace of the story is fast and I didn’t feel bored anytime while reading this story. I am excited to read next book by the author.
Book: Breathe Dream Soar Affirmation Coloring Book For Kids
Author: Beverly Harris
Available On: Amazon
“BREATHE DREAM SOAR AFFIRMATION COLORING BOOK FOR KIDS” is a children’s book written by Beverly Harris.
Breathe Dream, Soar is a coloring book for kids. This book is full of positive affirmations that will help in boosting kids’ confidence and they will believe that they can reach any goal they wanna achieve. Enjoy a fabulous colouring experience with this amazing book. Buy a copy now for your little one.
Kids will definitely love this book. It’s an adorable book that I like to recommend strongly for little readers. Lovely addition to any children’s bookshelf. Kids will have great time coloring the images inside the book.
Q1. Please introduce yourself so that the readers will get to know you better.
Born in Northern India, Punjab in 1965. I am the youngest in the family of four kids. At the age of 5, I arrived in the UK with my mum with my three elder sisters. I grew up in the 70’s and 80’s. The world landscape was changing in every design. The music, the air, the people, and the acceptance of who we are.
Now turning 56, I have three adult children and I have taught them to be free, be honest with yourselves, be who you are and don’t forget your culture.
Q2. When did you first realize you wanted to be an author?
At the age of 15, I was in a special class for English at school. This made me work harder to prove myself. I struggle with mt English because I write what I think.
Q3. From where did you have the idea to write your book “Brothers in Arms”?
I used to work in London Bridge and on the fateful day that the twin towers were hit, we were in a meeting with the BBC. That changed my life and the idea formed over the next so many years.
Q4. What do you like to do when you’re not writing?
a. Playing and watching golf b. Going for long walks c. Reading, books are our wealth.
Q5. Please tell the readers something about your book Deliverance?
Deliverance was my redemption and my deliverance. It was a man on a journey to learn who he was. A man given a second chance to live his life by god. Go back to earth and safe lives. In the process he was healing himself and realized that within us is god and bad. God and Satan are one, but we need to accept this as human beings. We need essentially to love ourselves. This book is very personal journey of me because I was that character. It took me out of a dark place and back into the light.
Q6. How is life in UK? Do you miss India? Which country you actually love more and why?
Leaving India at 5 years old was a new adventure. For me I could not miss it. Now as a grown adult, I do miss it and I have two homes. I will always be Indian at heart and my kids will call me a freshie. I live in the UK and this is my home.
Q7. What are you working on next? Are you planning to release another book soon?
A few years ago, I was in Barcelona for a meeting. On the way back , sitting on a train, I was watching a young couple , around 18 /19 years old so much in love. They were travelling to the airport, first holiday, journey. So, a book formed in my head about these two young kids. A book essentially about LOVE. I am fascinated by love and its my first chance to really explore it in a sensitive manner.
Q8. What do you hope your readers take away from your books?
A sense of love, compassion, laughter. I want them to immerse themselves into the characters and feel their love, be in there shoes.
Q9. Your book “Brothers in Arms” has a character that joined army. Do you belong to a military family?
My father and his brother tried to join the Indian army before we came to the UK, but they were not accepted on medical grounds.
For me I have always loved history and the forces resonate in my heart and I feel them and I cry. I had to write this story.
Q10. Lastly, do you want to give any advice to readers and aspiring writers?
Just be you, words are like musical notes on a music script. Let those notes flow, play and hum in your mind. Don’t be afraid of what people will think and say, just be you
Brothers in Arms is an intriguing story written by an Indian born author Umesh Moudgil who moved to UK in 1970. Author who has experienced all the changes to our multiracial society has written this book based on his some experiences. Aman wanted to join the British fighting forces as he was inspired by his late grandfather. When Aman informed his family about his decision to join the army, there were arguments in his house. Aman’s grandfather has seen so much violence in the jungles and he returned home as a changed man.
After Limestone training, Aman was sent to Iraq where he served his first tour of duty. Aman’s grandfather didn’t tell him that war is not that pretty after all. Sometimes it tore you from inside. Aman was also offered to apply for the elite commando team, the Special Boat Service (SBS). His life changed on September 11, 2001. He was deeply affected when the territories hit the Twin Towers in New York.
Written in 115 pages, this book could be read in two sittings. Cover of the book looks nice and title is suitable according to the contents of the story. Before reading this book, I wasn’t aware about PTSD from which returning soldiers suffer silently. Language used in the book is easy to understand. Narration is smooth and strong.
This book has sensitive issue discussion like religion, racism so if you are comfortable reading about these topics, then pick this book.
Dear Sons is a 31-day devotional debut book written by the author Cory Ward. This book is meant to be read by those fathers who have a son or who knows a son. For Day 1, author has talked about laying a concrete foundation. I appreciate author’s idea of passing his learnings forward. After creating a foundation, a blueprint is created so that one has the clear understanding of the plan and further actions. Men who are wiser and smarter than us help in making us who we are.
This book has 31 different topics for 31 days. This will help fathers to talk about one particular topic to their son on a particular day. This is a must read book. With father’s day around the corner, I like to strongly recommend this book to all the fathers and mothers.
Language of the book is simple and easy to understand. This book could be read in a single sitting. It’s a worth reading book and I gained much knowledge from this book. It is a perfect guide that father will find worth reading.