I’ve recently posted about the fabulous books published by Goosebottom Books that I found at JCLC. The postings included a video of their wonderful interact book, Horrible Hauntings and a review of Qutlugh Terkan Khatun of Kirman. I think it’s time to look behind the books and find out a little more about Goosebottom. I’ve reached out to… Read More GooseBottom Books: A real treat!
I woke this morning to news of an earthquake in Canada and an impending tsunami in Hawaii. Thankfully, Hawaii prepared for the worst but damage seems to have been minimal. Let’s wish the same results for the east coast. Here in the middle fall comes and goes. Two days in the 80s this week spoiled… Read More SundayMorningReads
title: Qutlugh Terkan Khatun of Kirman author: Shirin Yim Bridges illustrator: Albert Nguyen date: Goosebottom Books, 2010 non-fiction Qutlugh Terkan Khatun of Kirman is an award winning volume in the Thinking Girl’s Treasury of Real Princesses. Qutlugh ruled in Kiman, a region in Persia. Rescued from enslavement as a child, her benefactor educated her and treated her quite well. Qutlugh lived a fortunate… Read More review: Qutugh Terkan Khatum of Kirman
Earl Sewell’s name is almost synonymous with Kimani Tru. He’s written seven novels with this imprint and his books featuring Keysha and her crew are always highly anticipated by teen girls. Sewell was featured this past February as part of the BrownBooksShelf’s 28 Days Later series. In telling his story there he says “I worked… Read More Male Monday: Earl Sewell
Piles and piles of books!!! Some have been piling up on my coffee table. I won one from Cynsations, received some from Lee and Low and bought others. I also received a wonderful pile from Goosebottom Books!! I’ll be reviewing these over the next few weeks and interviewing the publisher as well. I don’t have a… Read More Lists and Piles