Tag Archives: Dr. Seuss

Andrea Alexander and Danny Moore: Interview with the Author and Illustrator of Sports Biographies from Mascot Books

Many book ideas are born when an author sees a hole in the market that needs to be filled. Andrea Alexander saw a need for books about real athletes that were easy enough for reluctant readers.  Alexander and the illustrator Danny Moore, have created a series of sports biographies that are instant hits with young […]

What I’ve Been Reading (December 2014)

I was able to catch-up on some on my children’s book reading this week while I was stuck in bed with the flu. From the piles of books surrounding me on my bed, these are the ones I’d recommend. Happy New Year! Preschool (ages 3-5 years):  Preschool (ages 3-5 years) and Early Elementary (ages 5-8 […]

What I’ve Been Reading (April 2014)

Here are the children’s books that have been in my library bag and on my nightstand in April (well, at least the ones I’d recommend). Go check them out! Preschool (ages 3-5 years): Preschool (ages 3-5 years) and Early Elementary (ages 5-8 years): Early Elementary (ages 5-8 years): Early Elementary (ages 5-8 years) and Middle […]

What is Your Seuss IQ?

Today is Dr. Seuss’ birthday! The talented Theodor Geisel passed away in 1991 at the age of 87, but he left us with 44 children’s books and a memorable cast of characters. His kooky rhymes seem to flow off your tongue perfectly, even when saying things like “Constantinople” and “Timbuktu”. How well do you know […]