Monday, April 12, 2021

Guest book review - Emma Lou the Yorkie Poo: Alphabet, Friends, and Feelings by Kim Larkins



Emma Lou and Pearl return with some old and new friends in Emma Lou the Yorkie Poo: Alphabet, Feelings and Friends. Join them as they experience, through a collection of whimsical rhymes, a wide range of emotions. From A to Z, Emma Lou and Pearl invite children to bring emotions to life and provide reassurance that all feelings are expected and accepted. 

To cope with our changing world during this vulnerable time in our history, children now more than ever need to feel free to express their fears, worries and joys. Alphabet, Feelings and Friends is a resource for parents, educators and mental health workers to assist children in developing meaningful discussions and insight into their present experiences. 

"In a short period of time, readers--and the adults who care for them--can review the brightly colored pages of this alphabet book. This A-Z guide provides rich examples of social and emotional growth experiences for children that can be utilized at home, in the classroom or at therapy spaces." -- Theresa Fraser, CYC-P, CPT-S, RP, MA, RTC, author of We're Not All the Same, But We're Family 

"Kim Larkins has written a sweet book that introduces young children to 26 emotions that align with each letter of the alphabet. She uses animal characters, rhymes and fanciful pictures as the vehicle for describing that mindful activities can influence how one feels." -- Laurie Zelinger, PhD, ABPP, RPT-S, board certified psychologist and author, former director: New York Association for Play Therapy 

"With delightful illustrations and lovely rhymes, this book is a must for any educator, parent or caregiver who wants to help children learn about and manage their emotions. Don't miss this opportunity to journey through the alphabet with delightful pups Emma Lou and Pearl and discover a little mindfulness too! " -- Kellie Doyle Bailey, MA CCC-SLP, MMT/SELI, author of Some Days I Flip My Lid, Some Nights I Flip My Lid - Learning to be Calm Cool Kids

"This book is an interesting resource to be used with one or more children as part of an educational or therapeutic process. It supports children in start learning how to recognize and manage feelings. I appreciate the background message implying, and somehow inviting to consider, that in difficult times we are not alone and we can rely on others. The use of the rhymes makes the text involving and pleasant to be read (or listened) out loud." -- Isabella Cassina, MA, TP-S, CAGS, PhD Student, INA International Academy for Play Therapy studies and PsychoSocial Project


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Emma Lou the Yorker Poo Alphabet, Feelings and Friends by Kim Larkins, is a very relatable illustrated read for all ages.

This book felt very prominent to me as I suffer from Stress and Anxiety disorder, and to a sufferer it’s about learning it’s ‘ok not to always be ok’ and the importance of speaking to others and learning realistic coping mechanisms to enable you to take control of your inner feelings. There’s many times people don’t understand your true fears, or why your mind automatically resonates with the negatives in situations, but this book was a good advice resource, which will widely benefit a lot of readers.

Anxiety affects people of all ages, and this book is tailored for all. It is beautifully illustrated, cleverly devised, and the use of animals softens the stigma.

A great supportive read that will help anyone through difficult and hard to handle moments.

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About the author
Kim Larkins is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice. For the past thirty years, Kim has dedicated her career working with children and families in the mental health and human services field. Most recently, Kim has worked in educational settings focused on the development of mindfulness skills in the classroom. Research shows that mindfulness in education improves attention, emotional regulation, compassion for self and others, and overall well-being for both students and teachers. Emma Lou the Yorkie Poo will introduce parents, therapists, educators and children to some of the many benefits of a mindfulness practice. 

Kim has a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Maine. She is also licensed in Maine where she works and lives. Kim has two adult children, Sarah and Theron and two grandchildren, Guyer and Giavanna. She enjoys travel, music, quilting, and the serenity and pleasures found in nature. You can contact her by email at kimlarkinslcsw@gmail.com or on Facebook @kim.larkins.author.
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Friday, April 2, 2021

Guest book review - Ghosts of Love by David Burnett


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Richard McNeil has loved three women in his life. 

He feels abandoned by all three. 

His wife passed away in childbirth, leaving him alone, a single father with an infant daughter. His daughter, Emily, now twenty years old, is leaving, marrying and moving away. Two months ago, Kim, his almost-fiancé, the only woman he has dated in over twenty years, left as they broke off their relationship. 

On the weekend of Emily’s wedding, he is haunted by his memories. The day his wife passed away plays in his mind like a video. Stories of Emily’s childhood leave him both smiling and wanting to cry. And worst of all, his recollections of meeting, dating, and falling in love with Kim almost seem real, as if he can stretch out his hand and touch her. No matter how hard he tries, he cannot understand what went wrong between the two of them, and, although he yearns for a reconciliation, he cannot dismiss the cruel things she said to him. 

His memories haunt him like ghosts, and he knows he will not be happy until they leave him be. He wants his future to be like his past, and he suspects, that it is he who holds on to his memories, not they to him. How can Richard release them? Perhaps, he finally can lay his wife to rest. Surely, he can mumble the words to give Emily away. But releasing Kim might mean giving up all hope of ever being together. How can he do that? 

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Ghosts of Love is a beautifully compelling romance story by David Burnett. It is a story about love in all forms, and it was a book which completely crept into my heart.

The story is about Richard, a widow who is about to embark upon the journey of doing one of the hardest things of his life; give his only daughter away on her wedding day. With the joyous occasion, it has Richard taking a trip down Memory Lane, contemplating his past, present and future and how the three women he loves more than anything in the world have been incorporated in each.

Lisa is the woman of his past, the one he holds onto tightly and has had the most impact upon his heart. She was his first love, and a love he has allowed to consumer his every thought and moment for decades.

There’s Emily, his beautiful daughter and the product of a love that has been binding. She is about to commit to her own happily ever after, and she has been Richards world in its entirety. He is anxious at her flying the nest, but knows in his heart he wants her to be happy and experience a love like he had.

Then there’s Kim, the woman who has managed to creep into Richards mind without effort. She is the woman he allowed to walk away and the woman he is trying hard to forget. She is everything he shouldn’t be attracted to, but she could also have been exactly what he’d needed.

This story was beautiful and showed the different levels and layers of love. I was utterly captivated by Richards story, and transfixed to each and every love story woven into this book.

The book is a series of flashbacks and each part made up a very important piece of the overall picture, and it was cleverly written, and definitely gave me a lot to ponder. The book has a very poetic element to it, and it made for a thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining read.

This is an ideal read for those who love deep rooted romance and books which are true to life. It is about love overcoming loss, and how it comes in so many shapes and forms, but overall is beautiful and eternal in its entirety.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

About the author
David Burnett lives in Columbia South Carolina, with his wife and their blue-eyed cat, Bonnie. The Reunion, his first novel, is set in nearby Charleston.

David enjoys traveling, photography, baking bread, and the Carolina beaches. He has photographed subjects as varied as prehistoric ruins on the islands of Scotland, star trails, sea gulls, a Native American powwow, and his grandson, Jack. David and his wife have traveled widely in the United States and the United Kingdom. During one trip to Scotland, they visited Crathes Castle, the ancestral home of the Burnett family near Aberdeen. In The Reunion, Michael's journey through England and Scotland allows him to sketch many places they have visited.

David has graduate degrees in psychology and education and previously was Director of Research for the South Carolina Department of Education. He and his wife have two daughters.

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Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Guest book review - My True Love (The Steeles at Silver Island) by Melissa Foster


Embracing Her Heart (The Montgomerys Book 1) by [Foster, Melissa]
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Can a man who resents the hand he’s been dealt and a woman who spends her days grateful for every little thing find true love in each other’s arms—or are their differences stronger than both of them? Find out in this funny, sexy, heartfelt romance, and fall in love with Grant and Jules on the sandy shores of Silver Island, home to coffee shops, boat races, and midnight rendezvous.

Even war heroes need a little help sometimes... 
After spending years fighting for his country and too damn long learning to navigate life with a prosthetic leg, Grant Silver returns to Silver Island to figure out a future he couldn’t fathom without fatigues and a gun in his hand. He’d almost forgotten how a man could suffocate from the warmth and caring community in which he’d grown up, and if that weren’t bad enough, his buddies’ beautiful and far-too-chipper younger sister won’t stop flitting into his life, trying to sprinkle happy dust everywhere she goes. 

As a cancer survivor, Jules Steele knows better than to count on seeing tomorrow. She doesn't take a single moment for granted, and she isn’t about to let a man who used to be charming and full of life waste the future he’s been blessed with. She's determined to get through to him, even if it takes a few steamy kisses... 

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The Steeles at Silver Island 
(order of future books subject to change). 
MY TRUE LOVE (Jules) 
CAUGHT BY LOVE (Archer) - releasing December 2021
ALWAYS HER LOVE (Levi) 
ENTICING HER LOVE (Sutton) 
WILD ISLAND LOVE (Leni)
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"With her wonderful characters and resonating emotions, Melissa Foster is a must-read author!" - New York Times Bestseller J. Kenner

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Guest book review by Carly Louise Wilson
My True Love is the exciting second book in the Steele’s at Silver Island series by Melissa Foster, and I was lucky to receive a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Every time I think Foster has excelled herself, she conjures two more equally charming and fascinating characters for me to become obsessed with, and from the moment I heard about Grant Silver and Jules Steele, I knew this book was going to be special.

Grant is an ex soldier, who was wounded at war and has returned to Silver Island. He is brooding, angry at life and his situation, and feels like he’s had his dream and future cruelly snatched away from him. He’s reclusive, avoids socialising and is very much determined to leave the island as soon as he’s able to figure out a plan. But like all good romances, there’s a darling heroine in the form of Jules Steele to twist and change his mind.

Jules is a ray of sunshine, she’s an eternal optimist and a true-to-life pixie who casts a magical spell on Grant and enchants him. She is desperate for Grant to see all he has left in his life, reminding him of how much his family care about him, and how much she enjoys spending time with him. She decides in true pixie fashion to leave him little gifts, attempting to coax him back into the hobbies and pastimes he’s loved. It’s sweet and endearing and creates a real depth to their romance.

I loved the sweet romantic tension between Grant and Jules. It felt like both were physically missing a part of themselves to be able to emotionally be whole with one another. Grant allows his walls to fall, and Jules fully opens her heart and trusts him to do right by her. She doesn’t see his injury or his disability, she sees a man she loves, and their love is deep and meaningful in all the best ways.

Grant and Jules are both inspirational characters in their own right, one an amputee struggling to come to terms with a new way of living, the other a cancer survivor who knows how important life can be and is determined to grasp it in both hands and not dwell on the negatives. This book left me with that all encompassing warm fuzzy feeling and I was completely smitten with their love story.

This is the perfect read for those who love real intricate and heartfelt romances, and not to mention on fire chemistry. Connections run deep in all of Foster’s books, and once you read one I can guarantee you will end up binge reading.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Tempted by Love (The Steeles at Silver Island, Book 1)
Enjoy heart-meltingly beautiful and toe-curlingly sexy romance in Tempted by Love, an emotionally riveting story about a man who has lost it all and carries a torturous secret, a divorced single mother who has everything to lose, and the little girl who helps them heal. Fall in love on the sandy shores of Silver Island, home to coffee shops, boat races, midnight rendezvous, and the sexy, sharp-witted Steeles.

In TEMPTED BY LOVE… 
Years ago, bestselling author Jack “Jock” Steele lost his girlfriend and baby in a horrific accident that drove a wedge between Jock and his family, keeping him from sharing a devastating secret. An aging philanthropist saved him from the brink of despair, and for a decade Jock cared for his ailing friend who became his family. Now his friend has passed away and left him a fortune—on the condition that he publishes another book. Jock is floundering, unsure how to rebuild the life he’d walked away from, much less find his muse, have another relationship with a woman, or even think about having a family of his own. But he can’t get his sweet, sexy new friend, single-mother Daphne Zablonski out of his head, and her adorable toddler must know something he doesn’t, because she wraps her tiny fingers around his heart and won’t let go.

Daphne has been through the wringer with her ex-husband and doesn’t believe true love is in the cards for her. Friends she can handle, but letting a man see her mom bod naked? Especially someone as strikingly handsome and unbelievably sexy as Jock? No, thank you. Besides, she has a toddler to chase after and enough fictional boyfriends to fill her lonely nights. If only her book boyfriends could make her body tingle the way one look from her mysterious neighbor does.

As Jock and Daphne’s friendship turns to something too tempting to deny, their lives take an unexpected turn. Can a man who has lost everything find redemption with a woman who has everything to lose? And then there’s that secret…

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Caught by Love (The Steeles at Silver Island, Book 3)
Fall in love on the sandy shores of Silver Island, home to coffee shops, boat races, midnight rendezvous, and the sexy, sharp-witted Steeles. They have a penchant for pranks, a passion for loyalty, and a trunk full of secrets.

Archer Steele is one of the leading vintners on the East Coast. He’s arrogant, aggressive, and has never been interested in settling down, which is what makes his hookups with his sister’s beautiful blond best friend, hair and makeup artist Indi Oliver, the perfect escape. But Indi’s toying with moving to the island, and when she ends their no-strings trysts to focus on her business, Archer isn’t ready to let her go…

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Melissa Foster is a New York Times & USA Today bestselling and award-winning author. She writes sexy and heartwarming contemporary romance and women’s fiction with emotionally compelling characters that stay with you long after you turn the last page. Melissa’s emotional journeys are lovingly erotic and always family oriented–perfect beach reads for contemporary romance and new adult romance lovers who enjoy reading about loyal, wealthy heroes and smart, sassy heroines with complex relatable issues.

Melissa also writes sweet romance under the pen name Addison Cole.

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Monday, March 22, 2021

Guest book review - Lost But Found: A Boy's Journey of Grief and Recovery by Lauren Persons (Author), Noah Hrbek (Illustrator)


Lost But Found: A Boy's Story of Grief and Recovery deals with one of the toughest issues a parent may ever have to face--explaining to a child that a loved one has died. Often, to protect them, children are left out of the grieving process. This book allows adults to travel with a young boy as he works to make sense of his loss--and, in turn, their own. 

I wrote this book to allow children to ask questions, and talk about their fears and feelings. What I have found is that often children have better insights on these hard life questions than the adults in the room!

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"The endearing simplicity and musicality of Lauren's words burst with unspoken emotion, leaving room for every child's experience. Noah's illustrations portray tender human contact, comforting young readers and the families who love them." -- Pegi Deitz Shea, award-winning children's book author 

"Lost But Found is a sweet book with beautiful pictures that tackles grief at a developmental level for a very young child. The ambiguous term "to lose" somebody is demystified, as a young boy comes to understand what happened to his father, and how their connection lives on." -- Laurie Zelinger, PhD, ABPP, RPT-S, Board Certified Psychologist and author, former Director of New York Association for Play Therapy 

"Lost But Found is a brief story that faces a difficult and important topic--the loss of a parent. The story provides a two-pronged approach a caregiver can use as a starting point to approach this delicate topic with a child: a sense of perspective and hope for the future, and the idea that we, as children, can find "pieces" of our parents around us and inside us. I appreciate the incentive to reflect on and remember who the lost parent was and how he lives on through his child." -- Isabella Cassina, MA, TP-S, CAGS, PhD Student, Project Manager, Trainer and Continuing Education Program Administrator (CEPA), INA International Academy for Play Therapy studies and PsychoSocial Projects 

"The story of Lost But Found is written to help children understand the loss of a loved one. It is never easy to talk with a child about this subject, and the author provides a tender, truthful and believable story. It is written from the heart and will serve as a conversation starter in assisting a child's understanding of the grieving process. In addition, the beautiful illustrations provide the reader a sense that they are embraced and one with the story. I highly recommend this book for children and adults." -- Linda Cohen, Elementary School Principal 

"At any age, understanding death is confusing and complex. It is especially so for children. In Lost But Found, author Lauren Persons gently removes some of the mystery around loss and invites children into a comforting conversation around lasting belonging and hope. Illustrations by Noah Hrbek enrich this tender and much-needed children's book." -- Holli Kenley, author of Power Down & Parent Up and Pilates For Parenting 

"Knowing Lauren Persons for over 20 years (and happily counting) this children's book reflects a genuine heart full of emotion and love. If all people faced with difficulties had the courage and the dignity and the grace that Lauren Persons has, our world would be a better place for our children to live." --John Mascia, elementary school teacher 

"With simple, accessible words and drawings, Lost But Found perfectly captures the experience of loss, and the power of memory and love." -- Amy N. Ship


Audience : 4 -6 years

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Lost But Found: A Boy’s Story Of Grief and Recovery, is the beautifully illustrated story by Laura Persons.

The book was written to help address and converse with children around the difficult topic of losing a loved one and death. It is a very short read, written in rhyming to make it easier to stick in your head and the illustrations are eye-catching and captivating.

Reading the context in which the book was written added a real personal touch to the story, and the importance of why it needed to be composed. Sometimes as adults we potentially try and mask things in the world to protect children, when they are naturally inquisitive, and more capable of understanding things than we realise. It held a cute message around a parent no longer being actively present, but can be found around and moments and acts of kindness. It certainly gave me food for thought as an adult, and I loved the intended message or enabling a child to realise that life can and does go on, and essentially it is the circle of life.

Lauren Persons and Noah Hrbek
I did not start talking until I was two. and once I started talking, I never stopped. Making up for lost time, I had much to say with great gusto. For my verbal skills, the title, Sarah Bernhardt, the famous French actress, was bestowed on me by my family. From that time on, I played many roles, on and off stage-actor, newspaper columnist, teacher, writer, drama coach, director, playwright, wife, mother. Of all the parts I have had a chance to play, the role of grandmother is the best. This role puts me front and center to write, create characters, tell stories and act!

Noah Hrbek, the illustrator of Lost But Found, has been the perfect pARTner. Besides being wildly creative, he is a devoted dad and uncle. He can tap into his exuberant, child-like innocence, tempered with the vagrancies of life, and create spot-on, touching, memorable images. 

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Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Guest book review - Dos Idiomas, One Me: A Bilingual Reader by Maggy Williams (Author), Briana Arrington (Illustrator)



Dos Idiomas, One Me is the story of a young girl who feels torn between two languages. At home, she speaks Spanish, at school, she speaks English, and she finds herself resenting the fact that she has to translate her thoughts and feelings. Then, she realizes that being bilingual is a gift. She begins to have fun navigating the space of inclusivity and starts to relish the role of teacher and translator. 

By equally incorporating Spanish and English, Dos Idiomas, One Me promotes biliteracy. As young readers see their experiences reflected in the story of another dual-language speaker, they can feel encouraged to embrace all aspects of themselves.

“A charming book depicting bicultural identity. Maggy Williams takes the reader into the struggle and joy a child experiences while not feeling ni de aquí, ni de allá, and yet from both sides.” – Anel Duarte, artist and poet 

“Such a unique, inspiring story that captures the heart within seconds of reading! A powerful, dynamic rendition of what it means to be a bilingual child. Every family should read it!” – Sabrina Suarez, artist, advocate, and community leader 

“Esta pequeña historia guarda un gran tesoro. Para todos los niños que tienen la gran oportunidad y capacidad de aprender dos o más idiomas a la vez, de una forma natural. Que puedan apreciar y sentir la fortuna de ser completamente bilingües desde una edad temprana. Una ventaja con la que contarán el resto de sus vidas y que podrá ser de gran ayuda para ellos mismos y muchos otros a su alrededor. Un lindo recurso para todos los padres que quieren enseñar a sus hijos la riqueza de formar parte en varias culturas a la vez.” – Irma Erichsen, author and artist 

“Dos Idiomas, One Me illustriously guides young readers and their grownups towards understanding that differences make us unique and special. Beautifully written!” – AnnaMarie Jones, co-creator of the Demystifying Diversity Podcast.

Audience 6-8 years

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Dos Idiomas, One Me : A Bilingual reader is a book written and designed for children who are bilingual and struggling to tackle speaking their native tongue at home, and then being thrust into the world of school etc and having to switch to a second language.

It turns a negative into a positive, and shows children how special it is to be able to have the ability to teach others to speak and know a different language, and how to be proud and embrace being bilingual.

As someone who is British, we don’t have much of an opportunity to learn languages as children, and I found it hard and daunting as a teenager in secondary school to wrap my head around learning German. So to be a child who perhaps has a differing native tongue around those predominantly speaking one particular language, I can only imagine how scary and unsettling it must be. It can be pretty isolating, and to know that makes this book so important and thought provoking.

I wish I had the ability to be multi-lingual, so this book is an excellent representation of how special it is to be gifted in being able to know and translate languages.

The illustrations are eye catching and thought provoking, making it the ideal read for children to reference.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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Maggy Williams started writing at five years old and hasn’t stopped since. She loves creating stories for young readers because they have the best imaginations and because she never wants to grow up. When she’s not writing, she enjoys acting and comedy improv, which is basically just make-believe for grown-ups.

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