Up and Adam

1 year ago

reviewed by Violet I read Up and Adam by Debbie Zapata. It’s about a boy named Adam and his dog named Up. Adam doesn’t say many words. Adam has Down’s Sydrome. But I didn’t even know it until I got to the end of the book because no one in the town treats Adam like […]

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Jada Jones Rockstar

1 year ago

reviewed by Violet Jada Jones is a good friend and she loves rocks. In Jada Jones Rockstar by Kelly Starling Lyons, Jada has to go to fourth grade without her best friend Mari. Mari moved to Arizona. I’m going into third grade and my best friend moved to Arizona too! Jada is just like me. […]

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Eyes That Kiss in the Corners

1 year ago

reviewed by Violet I just read a really good picture book about a girl with beautiful eyes. It was called Eyes that Kiss in the Corners by Joanna Ho. I liked it because the girl showed all the people she loves and how they all share the same color and shape of their eyes. Her friends at […]

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2 years ago

Hi, this is Sarah! I want to tell you about a book my daughter and I read this summer. Starfish, by Lisa Fipps, is the story of a girl who will steal your heart. Ellie is funny and a great writer. She loves to swim and spend time with her dog Gigi. Even though Ellie […]

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The Hunger Games series

3 years ago

Hi, I’m Jo. Let me tell you about the series I am currently obsessed with! The Hunger Games, written by Suzanne Collins, is everything you need in a book. With incredible plot-twists, striking details, heart-breaking scenes, and a plot that will keep you craving more, this book is by far one of the best you will ever read. You won’t be able to put it down! I loved The Hunger Games because of how the story is written. The way Suzanne Collins writes- it’s as if you were standing inside the book with Katniss, the main character in the story […]

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About Me

Sarah grew up surrounded by books and loved her notebooks and pens. She loved writing plays and performing them with her siblings. Her long stories won her the future author award in elementary school. As a fourth grade teacher, Sarah earned a Masters degree in writing curriculum, but decided that writing children’s books was much more fun! When she isn’t writing or reading, you can find her dancing to old records, playing board games or watching movies with her husband and three kids. She has a mini-goldendoodle named Oliver who likes to sleep on her feet while she writes. Sarah lives with her family in Victor, NY.