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Friday, April 6, 2018

Baby from the Moon

Review of "Baby from the Moon"

Ukrainian born New Jersey author Olga D’Agostino (who elects to use the moniker Mrs. D. for her books) has published over twenty award-winning children’s books She lives in Smithville, NJ, with her husband, Patrick with their four children and four grandchildren. Her unpredictable calico cat, Nyda, has been the inspiration for many of her stories.

In this charming BABY FROM THE MOON, beautifully illustrated by Julia Gabrielov, Mrs. D. offers a fantasy about Baby G who before his birth searches for a mommy in his dreams. ‘Once upon a time tiny Baby G lived under the Moon. He spent his days jumping from cloud to cloud and playing with little angels, who looked just like him. Laughing, he twirled in the sky and slid on the rainbow or rode through the sky on the winds passing by. At night, Moon rocked Baby G on a soft, fluffy cloud, which cradled him to sleep on its squishy blanket. The cheerful stars twinkled in the night sky, and Baby G cuddled beneath his cover while watching sweet dreams. He sweetly smiled when he saw all sorts of fun creatures that lived in the Moon.’

It is that sort of beautiful fantasy writing that fills this sweet book. Baby G dreams of a beautiful woman whom he wishes were his mommy. He asks the heavenly bodies to help him find his mommy and eventually the storks carry him to see a kind mother and the mother accepts Baby G in her womb until Baby G is born – very welcome on earth!

Baby from the Moon is available in print and as ebook!

Saturday, February 24, 2018

A Perfect Coloring Book for a Fall Storytime

This coloring and activity book for kids is based on “That Is How Things Are,” a modern classic children’s book with memorable characters and thrilling adventures. 

The two colorful stories are paired with stunning artwork that children will be eager to explore. I would recommend reading this book first. It will add a star to your child’s imagination and coloring skills. It is a kitten’s first autumn, and he wonders where it comes from. 

As the kitten observes autumn leaving and then watches the icy wind from his warm home, he tries to understand why these transformations are happening. 

The curious kitten witnesses one of nature’s most powerful and dramatic phenomena: the change from season to season.

Any child who has yearned to understand nature will be happy to relive it with the inquiring kitten. The dramatic scenes, the brave yellow leaf, and the little kitten’s nosiness will make young readers cheer and applaud the brave characters with their irrepressible spirit.You are only one click away from fun!

Saturday, February 10, 2018

A Perfect Book for Bedtime Snuggles!

“Baby from the Moon” is a tale about a single wish – to find a mommy, whom Baby G saw many times in his dreams while living in the sky before his birth. It is a sweet story of the baby boy and his birth that celebrates life, joy, and encouragement, while satisfying the curiosity of young children how they came into this world. A touching journey of the tiny boy, who wants nothing more then to meet his mommy, this is a gentle introduction and inspiration for every child with dreams. 

A beautiful story and amazing watercolor artwork will keep children's imaginations flying from page to page filled with loving twists and turns. Children might discover something amazing about their birth and themselves. A fantastic gift for a new mommy and baby! 

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Editorial Reviews

Reviewed by Readers' Favorite
The story is magical and the illustrations make the book enchanting and delightful to young readers. The pictures are vivid and colorful and they bring the story to life. The gentle twists and turns in the story make it exciting and children will be curious to know who will become Baby G's mommy. The story also gives a bit of information about pregnancy and childbirth. It is a charming story for bedtime story telling, and tutors and educators can use it for story telling sessions in classrooms. The author's imagination is dreamy and whimsical, and is tangible as the story progresses. The book will leave its readers with good feelings as it celebrates life.

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Saturday, February 3, 2018

Yummy Books to Please Your Kiddo’s Appetite!

Who Is Most Important in the Fridge: Coloring Book for Kids 

These appetizing rhyming books came as an inspiration from a girl who was a very picky eater. Originally these three stories were part of the book “A Lost Baby Tooth.” But the fun I had writing them quickly shifted to the rhyming mood, and before I knew it, I had started the new series “WhoIs Most Important in the Fridge?” I really did not want to show the most important food, because in reality all food has some benefits if it is consumed in moderation. I just wanted children to have fun with funny characters that somehow always managed to create a mess inside the fridge.

The illustrator Chanoa was able to catch the mood of the stories and showed fruits and vegetables so juicy and alive that even fussy eaters will find it hard to resist the vibrantly colored assortment inside the fridge. These books are spiced with colorful items from the kitchen and fridge, and wisdom from each character, to teach healthy facts in a fun and playful way. Young readers will witness the debate between not-so- nutritious food and healthy food. 

Amusing turns and twists will keep them busy until dinnertime. At the end of each book there are a few healthy recipes for kids to try and a few extra fun pages to color. Each turn of the page will reveal mouthwatering foods that always disagree with each other. 

Read! Eat! Color! 

Story 1 

Story 2

Story 3 

Friday, January 26, 2018

Read, Color, and Have Fun!

This coloring book is based on a beautifully illustrated, award-winning children’s book, Runaway Clothes, that was awarded Mom’s Choice Awards, Readers’ Favorite, International Awards, has earned the Literary Classic Seal of Approval, and is recommended for home and school libraries.

 It is a fun book, full of wonderful art, surprises and activities, which will entertain and educate children without them realizing it. If the child did not read Runaway Clothes first, the detailed illustrations will tell them the story of the runaway clothes. However, the hardcover or paperback book in print will treat your children to a delightful tale brought to life through the magical storyline and colorful artwork. Runaway Clothes is available in hardcover and softcover form, and as an e-book on Amazon and B&N online stores. The autographed version of Runaway Clothes, signed with a special message, is available on Etsy

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Learning Activities and a Lot of Fun!!

Enjoy looking for over a hundred items in this search and find about Jake and his dog named Cain. Picture finds for those not yet reading, word finds for those that are. Continue the fun at home with extra search and find ideas that are included at the end of this book. A portion of the profits from this book, will be donated to animals in need.

From Mrs.D:

Rosie Russell has created another delightful “Seek and Find” book that will entertain young children and keep them busy. The colorful art will amuse the young readers, and the pictures and words hidden throughout the book will encourage them to learn how to became real detectives.

The rhymes flow fast and smooth, lending irresistible cuteness to the artwork. The book is full of activities and is a lot of fun for children, who like to learn, search, and discover new things. The visual search clues for pre-readers and word clues for beginning readers are a great combination for any age. There are plenty of wonders going on as children follow Jake’s family on their thrilling short vacation.

Children are encouraged to go back through the book and take a closer look at their search. A list of extra rhyming clues is a surprising bonus, and suggestions for the games involving search and finding things is a hunting treasure. Children will fall in love with the cute puppy Cain, who is a truly great hunter and wonderful helper to Jake. Educational! Motivational! Engaging! Fun to read and play detective!

Rosie Russell is the author and illustrator of:
"Beasley's Journey" 
"Maggie, Millie, and Merrie's Magical Adventure," 
"Maggie, Millie, Merrie's Magical Coins" Book #2
"Avi Jackson Best Friends" 
"A Search and Find of Every Kind with Jake and his dog named Cain"
"Beasley and Friends to the Rescue"
"Sherman the Shopping Cart A Search and Find"

She studied Early Childhood Education and taught students in elementary and middle school for fifteen years in the Midwest.
Rosie now writes and illustrates full time and is looking forward to sharing her books with students, encouraging them to write and illustrate their own stories. 
A portion of profits from her books will be donated to different causes, depending on the subject of her books.

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Good Classic Books that Educate and Entertain Young Readers

Another year. Another book. Another award. Life is beautiful. Life is full of surprises. Life is worth living when you reach for your star. Standing in front of hundreds of people cheering you for good work is a dream of every author. That is how I felt receiving my awards at the Reader’s Favorite ceremonies. Finally all the troubles left behind, the struggles forgotten, the doubts disappeared—the worries mean nothing when the cold medal touches your chest. The hard work is rewarded. The sleepless nights finally paid off. The sacrifices seem small, and the fears less scary. It is one of the sweetest moments, and one I will always remember, when I look at my books that have won awards.

Little readers are tricky fellows, because they aren’t really yours until you catch their minds and capture their imagination. They are their own little individuals, who have their own wants, needs, and made-up minds: tiny people who unknowingly put themselves ahead of anyone, including a writer. You don’t own them until they have said YES to your book. And goodness no, you do not want to ever leave them disappointed. I am glad I met their expectations and earned the trust of their parents. Overwhelmed as I was at every Readers’ Favorite ceremony, I remembered why I chose to write for children, why I took this uneasy road, an exhausting journey with many up and downs.

Many things have happened since I typed my first word in English in 2011. It was not easy to lift myself above my fears and worries about being misunderstood and criticized. The doubts I had years ago about my ability to write in English now have little effect on my confidence. The mistakes I made appear smaller and less painful. The awards displayed in my office prove that nothing is impossible once I put my mind to work. It has been a wild ride, a speedy rollercoaster, with curves and hills, sleepless nights, and endless work, but it led me to 17 published books, recognition, and success. The multiple awards I received for my books made me realize that there is still a need for good classic books that educate and entertain young readers. Teaching children about real life, building their confidence, and helping them learn new things about themselves is my strong foundation. It is important to strengthen children’s first wobbly baby steps as they learn to read with the help of good books, leading to a strong and confident walk that will carry them toward new highs and a bright future. Writing stories with good lessons became my passion. Making great quality books became my job.

The publishing world has taken a dramatic turn over the last decade. With many tools and ways to create books, there is always the chance to learn and improve. Self publishing opened many opportunities for many talented people. Sadly, it also brought many unworthy writings into the book industry, which polluted online stores and created some unappealing images for indie authors. A modern reader is lost in a mix of good and bad books. Parents have a hard time choosing quality books for their children, and most of the time don’t give independent authors a chance. As a grandmother of four, I face this dilemma when I choose books for my grandchildren. I wish there was some way to separate quality books from ones that aren’t done properly so readers could more easily navigate the ocean of books. As for me, I will continue to create classic children’s books, which help enable a child’s creativity and build a strong foundation, helping children to fly free in their imagination. Wishing you all a peaceful and happy new year ahead!

Saturday, December 30, 2017

A Bold Learning Tool for Children and Parents

Join Avi and Jackson to see all the fun things they like to do!

 From Mrs.D: 

Avi and Jackson, Best Friends” is a charming story written in rhyme and illustrated with bold, bright artwork. It celebrates a friendship of two boys with their own personalities, similarities, and of course some differences.

Avi and Jackson are two happy friends who enjoy each other’s company despite their age difference. They enjoy being indoors and outdoors while creating all kinds of games while the seasons are changing. The author invites young readers into the playful world of two friends who appreciate each other for what they are. Through this book, youngsters will learn what real friendship means. Children will benefit from this story too, because the boys are involved in many activities, giving them many ideas on what to do when they have their friends over.

Rosie Russell has written a fine lyrical story that boys and girls will enjoy. Throughout the story the author smartly hid special things for children to hunt, while educating them without preaching that the words “we’re bored” should not be in their vocabulary. There are plenty of things to do if you use your imagination and creativity. All kinds of indoor and outdoor games, sports, and seasonal activities are healthy and entertaining!

The colorful illustrations describe the story nicely, and the gentle bouncing rhythm and rhyme of the book make it a peaceful bedtime read. A wonderful book with a positive message—explore the world around you! A bold learning tool for children and parents!

About the Author:


Rosie Russell is the author and illustrator of:
"Beasley's Journey" 
"Maggie, Millie, and Merrie's Magical Adventure," 
"Maggie, Millie, Merrie's Magical Coins" Book #2
"Avi Jackson Best Friends" 
"A Search and Find of Every Kind with Jake and his dog named Cain"
"Beasley and Friends to the Rescue"
"Sherman the Shopping Cart A Search and Find"

She studied Early Childhood Education and taught students in elementary and middle school for fifteen years in the Midwest.
Rosie now writes and illustrates full time and is looking forward to sharing her books with students, encouraging them to write and illustrate their own stories. 
A portion of profits from her books will be donated to different causes, depending on the subject of her books.

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Little Miss History Travels to La Brea Tar Pits and Museum

From the Author

Ever wonder about life in the Ice Age? Little Miss HISTORY travels back in time to LA BREA TAR PITS & MUSEUM in her eighth adventure of the award winning “Little Miss HISTORY Travels to” children’s book series. Springs of liquid petroleum and a great lake of pitch, filled with exploding bubbles, once dotted the landscape of modern Los Angeles. At La Brea scientists discovered fossils of plants and animals like mammoths, sloths, and saber-tooth tigers that lived there thousands of years ago. The George C. Page Museum contains a glass-enclosed laboratory nicknamed the “Fish Bowl” where visitors can see scientists at work cleaning and categorizing current fossil discoveries. Visitors will discover wonders as they meander through the Pleistocene gardens, view an Ice Age film, and gaze down into the pits - but Be careful! Watch out for those tar seeps.

From Mrs.D.

Now more than ever, kids want to know about our country’s history. And what a story the Mojicas have created! Illustrator Victor Mojica captures both the breathtaking landscape and the flavor of California wildlife. I promise you—the colorful illustrations will dazzle history lovers, kids and adults alike, as soon as they open this beautifully illustrated book.

Barbara and Victor Mojica’s children’s history books are all visually lovely, no doubt about it. They are also incredibly informative. Their new book, “Little Miss History Travels to La Brea Tar Pits and Museum,” is filled with amazing images and interesting facts. It takes young readers back in time to see and learn what the state was like thousands years ago. It is a special reminder of the history, milestones, and special people who contributed their knowledge, work, wealth and lives to the state and museum. This book not only has fantastic illustrations, but also great content that educates about scientific discoveries, geology, and amazing people who funded this national landmark. I went through the book several times and had a great time traveling through time while learning about the tar pits, fossils and oil.

The illustrations have freshness and vibrancy that will not dim with time. The text is a refreshing change from so many of the books we see for kids these days. It is informative and intelligent, while remaining fun and engrossing for the independent young reader or listener.
Barbara Mojica does a wonderful job depicting scenes and capturing the feel of the historical places and facts. There are lots of people and landmarks to explore, and the details are fantastic!

This book is a wonderful, nostalgic tribute to the wonderful city of Los Angeles and the people who contribute to La Brea Tar Pits and National Museum. It allows readers to visit the amazing places and highlights, with illustrations sure to amuse. It is a book that kids will enjoy for many generations. The artwork is compelling and the story line is engaging. It’s a perfect gift for those who fall in love with history from an early age. And for parents who love to travel through the pages of a paper book with your child, it is a wonderful experience and provides quality time together. The book is packed with remarkable pictures and interesting details.

I would highly recommend the Little Miss History series as a travel guide for kids, because it does a great job of touching on all the facts and special places that we all should visit. A great way to introduce little people to the history of various landmarks!


Barbara Ann Mojica is a historian and retired educator. She writes historical articles for the Columbia Insider under the banner "Passages." Using the whimsical Little Miss History character, Barbara hopes to inspire children to learn about historical people and places. Little Miss History's antics make reading nonfiction a fun-filled adventure for all ages.

Little Miss HISTORY Travels to MOUNT RUSHMORE is her first stop. In her second journey she sails to The STATUE of LIBERTY. Little Miss HISTORY'S third adventure to SEQUOIA National Park finds her skydiving into the park to explore its history. This book recently received honorable mention in the Children's Literature Independently Published Principal's Awards (CLIPPA), and runner-up in nature/wildlife category of the 2015 Great Northwest Book Festival. In her fourth adventure, Little Miss HISTORY arrives at FORD'S THEATER in her horse and buggy just in time for the 150th Anniversary to witness an event that changed history. This book won the 2015 IAN Award for Outstanding Children's Nonfiction Book.

Where can you explore life on a submarine, an aircraft carrier, and outer space all in one place? At the INTREPID Sea, Air & Space Museum, visitors can watch war movies, view actual WW II planes, and explore the Growler nuclear submarine. The USS Intrepid served: in WW II, the Vietnam War, during the height of the Cold, and as FBI headquarters for the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Read more about this one ship's amazing history, and the sacrifices of those who served on her, to keep the USA safe and free!




A journey begins with leaving one place and venturing forth toward a new one. Millions of immigrants left their homelands in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries to seek the promise of a better future in America. Why did they abandon their homeland? Some fled from political oppression or slavery, others sought work or the possibility of acquiring land to farm. Those who entered the Great Hall on Ellis Island did so with fear in their hearts and hope in their eyes.

Come follow Little Miss HISTORY Travels to ELLIS ISLAND and explore their dreams and experiences as they passed through the gates. Perhaps you will see one of your ancestors reflected in their eyes. For most immigrants the end of their transatlantic voyage was a new beginning, for others it became “An Island of Tears.”

George Washington is best known as America's first president, but he was also a military hero. If you asked George Washington what he really wanted to be, he would reply, "a farmer." Seeking to revolutionize antiquated 18th-century farming methods, Washington experimented with crop rotation, fertilizers, plowing, and plants. The Mount Vernon Ladies Association began restoring his estate to its former glory in 1853. Today the buildings, grounds and The Donald W. Reynolds Museum and Education Center reveal the real Father of the United States of America. Step inside and take a look.

Ready for some fun? Now you can color some of my adventures in this first of my coloring books. Grab those crayons, pencils or markers and put your colors on these historical people and places.

Little Miss HISTORY has packed three of her NYC adventures into one exciting book, The Adventures of Little Miss History, Volume 1. Visit the STATUE of LIBERTY the symbol of hope and promise for the immigrants who passed it on their way to fulfilling their dreams as they awaited inspection on ELLIS ISLAND. Then journey up the Hudson River to the USS INTREPID to witness and explore hands on one ship's amazing history in WW II, the Vietnam War, the space age, and the war on terrorism. Hold on to your hats for a rollicking ride back into the nineteenth and twentieth centuries with Little Miss HISTORY!

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