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Upcoming Event: The 2nd Annual Classic Books for Children Event March 11th – 17th


Classic Reading for Kids – March 11 – 17

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We promise to feature a list of classic books, author’s spotlight, giveaways and more!

List of Books from Mymcbooks

A Scribner Storybook Classic –Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson

Scholastic Classics – The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain

Scholastic Classics – Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

Classic – The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper

Classic – Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

Classic – A Journey to the Centre of the Earth by Jules Verne

 

 

 

February 29, 2012 Posted by | Classic Reading for Kids | , , , | 2 Comments

Giveaway Winners!


Congratulations to the following winners.

The Winners were selected using Random.org 

#17 – sahmandtw is the Winner of Wise Bear William: A New Beginning

#10 – kristie is the Winner of Tootsie and Lulu- Lulu Wears a Tutu

#3 – Marianne is the Winner of JT Terrier and the Message

#8 – Kelly L is the Winner of Black History Month 2012 Giveaway Pt 2 – Metal Man, Oni’s Good Hair Day, Home Now and The Dream and the Struggle: Separate but not Equal

#1 – Carol L is the Winner of Against the Tide: The Valor of Margaret Wilson, Eye on the Iditarod Aisling’s Quest and My Little Book of Bald Eagles.

 

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LEAP into BOOKS Giveaway Hop. Ends March 5th, 2012


Giveaway Hop

Leap into Books

Hosted by I Am A Reader, Not A Writer and Jinky.

February 29th to March 5th

There will be 1 winner for this Hop USA ONLY

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Prize Pack is 2 Children’s books

 

The Wishing Stone by Steve Smallman and Rebecca Elliott

Armadillo wants to have friends, but he is very shy. What happens when Mouse makes a wish? Will Armadillo keep pretending to be a stone?

 

How to Catch a Falling Star by Heidi and Daniel Howarth

Bear is waiting for a star to fall because he wants to make a wish. Can he catch the star? Will Bear’s wish come true?

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Book Review/Giveaway: Alex and Tony Learn To Be Gentlemen. Ends March 17th


Alex and Tony Learn To Be Gentlemen by Antonee Boykin and Illustrated by Dia Reddo

About the Book: Alex and Tony are observant seven-year-old twin brothers who admire their parents and are constantly learning from them both. One morning during breakfast when Tony decides to ask their dad why he always gets a chair for their mom to sit in, he and Alex both learn a valuable lesson about what it means to be a gentleman. It isn’t until later that day at school when the boys are able to actually put dad’s lesson to use, and experience what it feels like to be gentlemen.

My Review: This book is a great start for young children to have the knowledge on how to behave among other people. It teaches boys how to conduct themselves as gentlemen. After Alex and Tony learned a valuable lesson about what it means to be a gentleman, they decided to put the lesson to use when Crystal tripped over her book bag in class. They rushed to her side to help her while the other kids in the class burst out laughing.

A well written book by the author and great illustrations by Dia Reddo which help tell the story and bring the book to life with its water-like crayon colors. I highly recommend this book for parents to read to their children and for classroom teaching.

Pages: 32

Disclaimer: As per FTC guidelines, I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review. I received no monetary compensation. All opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone.

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February 28, 2012 Posted by | Free Giveaways | , , , , , , , | 10 Comments

Mymcbooks Interview Author Antonee Boykin


Antonee Boykin is a picture book author from Mobile, AL. Alex and Tony Learn to be Gentlemen, is the first of what she plans to make a series of children’s books that teach valuable life lessons geared towards elementary school age children.  She hopes that Alex and Tony will entertain as well as open dialogue in schools and families about issues such as the importance of being polite.

Antonee is a graduate ofAuburnUniversityinAuburn,AL.  She holds a BA in Mass Communications, and has long considered herself a writer before being published.  The mother of twin boys, whom she describes as the inspirations for Alex and Tony, she and her family reside inBirmingham,AL.

 “As a child I always wrote short stories and mock books, so to have my work published is a dream come true.  I hope that Alex and Tony become househould favorites, and are inspirations to children everywhere.”

http://www.alexandtonybooks.com/

 Antonee Boykin is the author of Alex and Tony Learn To Be Gentlemen

I want to thank you for being my guest here on Mymcbooks Blog

What is the last book you read? “Sugar” by Bernice McFadden

What was your favorite children’s book? As a child, I was an avid reader and huge fan of Judy Bloom.   My favorite Judy Bloom book was, “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret.” I also loved “Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry” by Mildred D. Taylor and the Amelia Bedelia series of books by Peggy Parish.

What were your earliest memories of writing? When I was in the 3rd grade I put together a book and titled it, “Cool Calvin and Friends.” I stapled sheets of paper together and wrote an entire story complete with illustrations and everything. It’s funny when I think about it now, but I was really serious about that book at the time. Also, in the 6th grade I had a poem that I wrote selected for inclusion in a book that our school put together.  That’s the earliest memory that I have of something that I wrote being recognized.

Were you encouraged to write or was it something that came natural? Writing comes natural and that encourages me.  As early as I can remember, I liked to write creative stories and poems and like most young girls I kept a journal expressing thoughts and feelings.  As a child I had a unique way of putting words together. I don’t write for leisure now as much as I used, but I try to whenever I can. 

Are you working on a new book? Yes, I’m working on the second book in the “Alex and Tony” series.  I’m working with the same illustrator, Dia Reddo (www.sketchidia.com), from the first book and I’m excited!

What inspired you to write Alex and Tony Learn To Be Gentlemen and how did you come up with each character?

I got the idea for the Alex and Tony series from some difficult to answer questions my children were asking me.  I wanted to create a series of books that catered to the concerns and issues of children.  I began to write various stories and jot down ideas centered around some of our conversations.  I shortened my children’s middle names of “Alexander and Anthony” to get the names “Alex and Tony.” The characters are inspired by my children but they aren’t my children.  They do however share similarities, Alex and Tony (like my kids) are twins, also like my kids there’s a noticeable height difference with the characters.  Some of the things that Alex and Tony say are similar to how my boys say or ask things.  But most importantly, I wanted to create a family that did things like have conversations at the breakfast table, and I wanted to create children who ask their mom and dad questions, and parents who patiently explained things to them! Parents are their children’s first teacher and I want that to be visible with the relationship between Alex and TonyANDtheir mother and father.

What is the most difficult part of writing? The most difficult part of writing for me is when I can’t seem to clearly express what I’m trying to say.  Sometimes it’s easy and other times I may have something in mind but can’t write it the way that I would like.  But it always feels good when I finally get it right.

What do you do when you’re not writing or promoting your books? Spend family time!

How do you react to a bad review and have you ever suffered from writer’s block? I’m fairly new in the children’s literary world so fortunately I haven’t experienced a bad review as of yet.  But I’m sure if that should happen, I would take into consideration what was said and be mindful of the constructive criticism.  As far as writer’s block, I definitely have suffered from it. It’s quite frustrating, but I view it as a challenge to defeat it and come up with something great!

What do you hope that readers will take away from your book? I hope that my book will serve as a learning tool, spark dialogue between children and adults, and encourage behavioral improvements.  I had a parent tell me that after reading “Alex and Tony Learn to be Gentlemen,” her son became more aware of his actions and wanted to open the door for everybody. He became fixated on being a gentleman and that made me feel awesome!  I want to provide lesson teaching literature that also entertains children and makes reading fun.

Who are some of your favorite authors you would love to dine with? Because she was my favorite as a child, I would love to dine with Judy Bloom.  I would tell her how much her books meant to me as a young reader. I would also like to dine with Maya Angelou.  I’m a fan of her poetry, and her book “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” was one of my favorites in High School.  She seems so full of wisdom, and I would love to have a conversation with her over dinner.

What author inspires you the most and why?  The careers of authors like Stephen King and John Grisham inspire me.  They were self published authors (like me) who have had major successes. 

What discipline do you impose on yourself regarding schedules, goals, etc.? I just try to remain focused on what I have to do. 

What advice would you give parents on selecting the right books for their children to read? I would advise parents to let children select their own books (assuming that the material is appropriate for their age).  My children love the “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” series.  They literally get lost in those books and I love it.  It’s important to encourage reading and to see what children gravitate towards on his or her own.  If a child doesn’t like to read, I would advise selecting easy reader books with attractive illustrations that contain stories of interest to the child.

What advice you would give to new writers? My advice is to never let anything be a discouragement.  If writing is what you love, don’t let any rejections or lack of acceptance take that love away. 

Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers? Yes.  “Alex and Tony Learn to be Gentlemen” is really a dream come true.  This book is more meaningful to me than I can ever put into words.  It makes me smile just imagining a child reading and enjoying something that means so much to me.  As parents are building their children’s libraries at home, I hope that they add this book to the collection!

Thank you for this interview.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

February 27, 2012 Posted by | Meet the Author | , , , , , , | 10 Comments

NEA’S Read Across America – March 2, 2012 (Dr. Seuss The Lorax) Giveaway Ends March 17th


Read for the Trees and NEA’s Read Across America

The theme is green for a very special 2012 Read Across America celebration. NEA’s Read Across America campaign will showcase the Lorax book as well as NBC/Universal’s The Lorax. For a sneak peek, here’s the latest trailer. The film opens nationwide March 2, 2012 and Universal, Dr. Seuss Enterprises, and Random House have joined NEA’s Read Across America, creating new posters and classroom guides for the campaign. Read Across America will also develop new event ideas and materials to help you make this a Seussational celebration. http://www.nea.org/grants/886.htm

 Mymcbooks is giving away the following Dr. Seuss Books Free

 

The Lorax (Classic Seuss)

 

A Tree for Me! With Over 30 Stickers!

 

Step into Reading: Step 1 – Look for the Lorax

 

Step into Reading: Step 3 – How to Help the Earth by the Lorax

 

 

About NEA’s Read Across America

The National Education Association is building a nation of readers through its signature program, NEA’s Read Across America. Now in its thirteenth year, this year-round program focuses on motivating children and teens to read through events, partnerships, and reading resources.

NEA’s Read Across America Day, NEA’s national reading celebration takes place each year on or near March 2, the birthday of Dr. Seuss. Across the country, thousands of schools, libraries, and community centers participate by bringing together kids, teens, and books, and you can too!

“You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read with a child.”

TM & © 1997 Dr. Seuss Enterprises, L.P. and NEA. Cat in the Hat image TM & © 1957 Dr. Seuss Enterprises, L.P. All Rights Reserved.

Start 27th February – Ends 17th March, 2012

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Winner is #45 – Lauren Sacks

February 27, 2012 Posted by | Free Giveaways | , , , , , , | 8 Comments

In My Mailbox #36


In my mailbox this week.

 

The Little Rose by Sheri Fink

 

Echo’s Revenge Book 1: The Ultimate Game by Sean Austin

 

Riley Mack and the Other Known Troublemakers by Chris Grabenstein

 

Toby the Pet Therapy Dog and his hospital Friends by Charmaine Hammond

 

In My Mailbox was started in November of 2008 by The Story Siren. This is a great way to feature Author’s books even though it might not be in the form of a review. In My Mailbox is a great way for bloggers to socialize and network their blogs, it’s also a great way for bloggers to share upcoming releases!

Anyone can participate in IMM and you are not limited to only sharing books that arrive via your mailbox. You can also share books that you’ve bought or books that you’ve gotten at the library.

February 25, 2012 Posted by | In My Mailbox | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Book Review/Giveaway: The Stood Alone! 25 Men and Women Who Made a Difference. Ends March 17th


2011 Mom’s Choice Gold Award Recipient: They Stood ALONE! 25 Men and Women Who Made a Difference.

About the Book: Imagine this: For centuries everyone has believed that the sun and all the planets revolve around the earth. But by studying the old books and observing the heavens, you have concluded that the earth and all the other planets revolve around the sun. Your theory is so radical that you are hesitant to tell others about it. Your name is Nicolaus Copernicus. Although at first your beliefs are denounced and ridiculed, your observations are eventually proved correct. In time, you come to be called the founding father of modern astronomy.

Or imagine this: It’s the early 19th century and women have few legal rights. Married women can’t own property, their wages belong to their husbands, and they don’t even have the right of guardianship over their children. You know the laws are unfair, but as a young woman yourself, what can you do? Your name is Elizabeth Cady Stanton. You spend your life fighting for women’s rights, and later many give you credit for being the architect and founder of the Women’s Rights Movement.

Nicolaus Copernicus and Elizabeth Cady Stanton are just two of the twenty-five extraordinary men and women whom you will have a chance to meet in this inspiring book that explores and celebrates people who had the courage to follow their own convictions, even when everyone around them said they were wrong. They were people of vision who saw life from a new perspective and were willing to question conventional wisdom. And their revolutionary breakthroughs changed and shaped the course of history.

My Review: Author Sandra Humphrey introduces us to 25 extraordinary men and women who broke with tradition to explore new ideas and challenge accepted truths.

It’s so great to read about how these men and women from Christopher Columbus who prevailed over all obstacles and distraction and was able to spread European civilization across a significant portion of the earth to the Queen of the Underground Railroad Harriet Tubman who became an abolitionist, a humanitarian and a Union spy. They all made unique contributions that not only change but shaped the course of history.

Read about Leonardo da Vinci, Nicolaus Copernicus, Galileo Galilei, Isaac Newton, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Henry David Thoreau, Clara Barton, Elizabeth Blackwell, Nikola Testa, Booker T. Washington, Marie Curie, Mahatma Gandhi, Orville Wright, Albert Einstein, Amelia Earhart, Margaret Mead, Marian Anderson, Margaret Bourke-White, Rachel Carson, Mother Teresa, Rosa Parks, Jackie Robinson, and Neil Armstrong.

This book will inspire men and women, boys and girls to have their own dreams and to always follow their heart till they attain their dream and make a different.  The layout and writing is simple and easy to read. I highly recommend this book for adults and children and for classroom teaching.

Pages: 176

Disclaimer: As per FTC guidelines, I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review. I received no monetary compensation. All opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone.

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February 25, 2012 Posted by | Book Review, Free Giveaways | , , , , , , | 9 Comments

Mymcbooks Interview with Author Sandra McLeod Humphrey


Sandra McLeod Humphrey is a retired clinical psychologist with over 35 years experience working with young people. She is a writer and consultant for the Heroes & Dreams Foundation which provides character education materials to schools K-8 throughout the United Statesand Canadaand the recipient of the NationalCharacterEducationCenter’s Award for “Exemplary Leadership in Ethics Education” (2000). She was also “Author of the Month” for MyShelf.com 12/03 and the recipient of the Helen Keating Ott Award for Outstanding Contribution to Children’s Literature (7/05). http://www.kidscandoit.com/kids-book-author.html

Interview with Sandra McLeod Humphrey author of They Stood ALONE! 25 Men and Women WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE

I want to thank you for being my guest here on Mymcbooks Blog

What is the last book you read?

I Stand with Courage: One Woman’s Journey to Conquer Paralysis is the story of Kathryn Holmes’s faith journey as she makes the transition from wheelchair to walker to cane to being completely ambulatory.  I love stories that inspire!

What were your earliest memories of writing?

One of my earliest memories is winning a Spenserian Sonnet contest. My sonnet was about Endymion (the mortal lover of the moon goddess Selene) and, looking back, I’m not sure how I did it. I don’t really think I could ever do it again!

What was your favorite children’s book?

 I think it would have to be Bambi. I still love Thumper and all his very sage advice!

 Were you encouraged to write or was it something that came natural?

I wasn’t particularly encouraged to write, but I always loved to write. I was a clinical psychologist for 31 years and I think it’s safe to say that I was the only psychologist on our staff who actually loved to write psychological assessments and court reports.  

Are you working on a new book?

Failure Isn’t Final!: 25 Men and Women Who Never Gave Up is my current work-in-progress. I want kids to understand that success usually doesn’t come easily and that it requires hard work, perseverance, and a belief in one’s dream.

What inspired you to write ‘They Stood Alone! Men and Women Who Made a Difference’?

During my school visits, I found so many students who had already given up their dreams and no longer had any personal aspirations. I wanted to restore some of their hopes and dreams by showing them that one person can indeed make a difference. Each of the 25 men and women in my book made a unique contribution which changed and shaped the course of history, and they were not afraid to take a risk even when it meant standing alone.

What was your reaction when you first learnt that you won 2011 Mom’s Choice Gold Award Recipient? 

I respect the Mom’s Choice Awards very much because they recognize and promote quality family-friendly products and services, so I felt very honored that my book received their gold YA nonfiction award.

What is the most difficult part of writing?

Finding the time to write has become the most difficult part of writing these days. I’m a morning person, so I try to do most of my writing in the morning and my promotional and volunteer activities later in the day.

Do you write full time or do you still have a day job?

I’m “retired” now, but I find that I’m busier than ever with all my promotional and volunteer activities.

How do you react to a bad review and have you ever suffered from writer’s block?

I’ve only had one bad review so far and the intensity of the negativity really

stunned me.  I tend to be an encourager as much as possible and, if I can’t write a positive review, then I prefer to write no review. I’ve never experienced writer’s block—I have just the opposite problem. I have so many ideas floating through my head that I would have to live to be at least 200 to be able to use them all.

What do you hope that readers will take away from your book?

I hope my book will encourage readers to discover their passion, to have a dream, and to follow their heart and never give up their dream.

Who are some of your favorite authors you would love to dine with?

Lois Lowry, C.S. Lewis, Madeline L’Engle, G.K. Chesterton, Judy Blume, and  Dr. Seuss are some of my favorites. What great dinner conversation we could have!

What author inspires you the most and why? I love Beth Moore’s books as she writes from the heart and with such passion.

 What discipline do you impose on yourself regarding schedules, goals, etc.?

I’m definitely a “list” person. I love to make lists, just so I can cross  off finished projects from my list. I have a ‘To-Do” list for every day of the week and crossing things off my list gives me a feeling of accomplishment!

What advice would you give parents on selecting the right books for their children to read?

Readingtrusted reviewers and  checking out blogs like yours, Read Aloud Dad, and Happy Birthday Author can give parents  some great book ideas for their kids.

What advice you would give to new writers? Pretty much the same old advice everyone else gives: READ, READ, READ! Read books in the genre you want to write, but also read in other genres as well.

Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?

I would like to thank you for inviting me to  be your guest author and I would like to invite everyone to check out my DARE TO DREAM BIG! Blog which is part educational/part inspirational at http://www.kidscandoit.com/blog/.

Thank you for this interview.

 

February 24, 2012 Posted by | Meet the Author | , , , | 12 Comments

Book Spotlight/Giveaway: World of Ink Tour for Kasey C Kellem. Ends March 17th


About the Author: Kasey Crawford Kellem, a School Counselor and former Special Education Teacher, has devoted her life to helping children facing adversity be resilient. Kasey created Mind Over Matter (M.O.M.) books to teach children skills to overcome life’s challenges. She has earned a Bachelor’s Degree and Masters Degree in Special Education and an Educational Specialist Degree in Counseling. She is a devoted wife, stepmother, sister, daughter and counselor.

BELIEVE is the first of five books emphasizing the important factors for resiliency. In this book, children will learn to BELIEVE in their possibilities.

About the Books: Mind Over Matter Books are geared towards young children to help them learn how to be resilient. Children need to be prepared with the right tools to face the challenges, adversity and obstacles that may become a part of their lives. This book shows, through whimsical illustrations and simple wording, how to be resilient. These books are designed to also serve as decorations in a child’s bedroom or playroom on bookshelves, nightstands, or desks, which will serve as constant resiliency reinforcement.

Get a sneak peek of the book BELIEVE and listen to an interview with Kasey Crawford Kellem at http://youtu.be/L_PPnSHXzzY  

To purchase any of Kasey Crawford Kellem’s books, visit Halo Publishing: www.halopublishing.com

You can find out more about Kasey Crawford Kellem’s World of Ink Author/Book Tour schedule at http://storiesforchildrenpublishing.com/KaseyKellem.aspx.

Title of Book: Believe

 Publisher: Halo Publishing, Int.

ISBN Number(s): 9781612440392

Genre of Book(s): Childrens

Publication Date(s): November 2011

Places where your book(s) are available for sale: Halo Publishing http://www.halopublishing.com, Amazon, www.mindovermatterbooks.com

Author Website: www.mindovermatterbooks.com

Publisher: www.halopublishing.com

Blog Address: www.mindovermatterbooks.blogspot.com

Twitter URL: https://twitter.com/#!/kaseyc7

Facebook URL: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mind-Over-Matter-Books/148030188625482

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Winner is #3 – Kelly L

February 24, 2012 Posted by | Blog Tour, Free Giveaways | , , , , | 17 Comments

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