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Sarah Nimmo

Book clubs aren’t traditionally thought to do “serious” reading–but they can be helpful when reading an emotionally challenging book like The Road. Click here for more.

It's Literally a Book Club

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Last Friday, I met with my lovely book club for the very first time to chat about Paula Hawkins’ The Girl On The Train… 980 more words

The Bigger Sacramento Book Club (BSBC)… 26 Years and Counting

Three things happened when I climbed off my bicycle in Sacramento during the second week of September in 1990. First, I met Peggy and promptly fell in love. 1,158 more words


Franken-Novel, Perfectionism & The Dark Side of Critique Groups

Critique groups can be wonderful. They can offer accountability, professionalism, and take our writing to an entirely new level. But, like most, things, critique groups also have a dark side. 1,695 more words

Kristen Lamb

Usborne Books & More. I'm a Dirty Dinosaur

Usborne Books & More. I’m a Dirty Dinosaur.

Stomp, splash, slide, dive … This little dinosaur just loves mud!What does a cheeky little dinosaur with a dirty snout do? 49 more words


Usborne Books & More. Bears Don't Read!

Usborne Books & More. Bears Don’t Read!

Once upon a time, there was a large brown bear who found a book lying under a tree… This exquisite new picture book from renowned creator, Emma Chichester Clark, is a magical story of friendship to power the imagination and encourage children (and bears!) towards a lifelong love of reading.


Usborne Books & More. Here in the Garden


orne Books & More. Here in the Garden.

As the seasons change, a young boy shares the magic of his garden with a special friend: “The wind is raking through the falling leaves and I wish that you were here.” This extraordinary picture book about loss, love and friendship shows that we can always find our way back to a loved one through our hearts and our memories.