Archive for April, 2012

Runaway Robot a DJ Benson Adventure by JA Davies

Saturday, April 28th, 2012

This is an excellent story for kids from eight to twelve years old that others will enjoy, too. It is easy to read and a great mix of an old-fashioned country family and a robot. (more…)

Guardian of My Heart by J. Adams

Saturday, April 21st, 2012

This is a most exquisite romance between a woman and a semi-God. Wow, I love the tale. (more…)

Florida Gardens Gone Wild by Lucy Beebe Tobias

Saturday, April 14th, 2012

A review for

This is an impressive book with pictures and stories of people who change their ways and become native plant growers. Their beautiful wild gardens surround their homes and grace their communities with new life at every turn. Without being preachy or forceful, the author gives the reader a great point of view on a social problem and provides many examples of how to make your own wild sanctuaries to help resolve it. (more…)

Imperial Hostage Book 1 of the Destruction Trilogy by Phil Cantrill

Saturday, April 7th, 2012

This is a good story that will be liked by older teens and adults. It has its share of mythological creatures like birdmen, centaurs, giant poisonous hounds and more along with all the human races in the tale. It is a great book to learn about friendship, loyalty, and what the power of knowledge can bring to a child until he turns into a man.

Erech is the prince of Pelasgoi and the next king of his people. As such he is taken from his home when he is ten years old to be trained in the customs of other kingdoms within the Temple of Bal. Many hardships come to him there, none less than the time he was naked, being readied for sacrifice in the Temple of Bal. (more…)