Tilly and Torg: Out To Eat (Volume 1)

Tilly and Torg: Out To Eat  Here come Tilly and Torg! These two hilarious monsters have a lot to learn about living with humans! When there's no food in the house, Tilly and Torg head out to a restaurant and one thing is for sure - with these two, trouble is always on the menu! German, Japanese, and Spanish editions available soon!Sight word list and book quiz questions are available in the back of the book.Free printable coloring sheets, word lists, book quiz, and prereading, … [Continue reading...]

Top 10 kids movies based on books

Top 10 kids movies based on books   Psychologists have found out that watching quality movies may have a lot of positive effects on kids. First of all, movies include a lot of new information for kids and thus serve as a source of knowledge, secondly, they develop kid’s attitude: kids start to distinguish between good and evil, start to support this or that hero. Meanwhile, while watching movies kids get positive emotions,  develop their imagination and way of … [Continue reading...]

20 Desserts Inspired by Your Favorite Children’s Classic’s






 20 Desserts Inspired by           Your Favorite Children’s Books Ever find yourself reading a book and suddenly get an urge for something sweet? Well we have some suggestions here to satisfy that appetite. You’ve heard of pairing wine with meats right? What we have here is a little “Pairing chart” pairing some yummy deserts with […]

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Five Signs You’re Ready to Be the Boss






Guest Post — Stacy Kravetz, author of She’s So Boss; The Girl Entrepreneur’s Guide to Imagining, Creating & Kicking Ass Five Signs You’re Ready to Be the Boss You have an idea that keeps you up at night. You know the feeling: You wake up for some reason or other and your mind starts racing, […]

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Remember, Remember: A Sherlock Holmes/ Lucy James Mystery by Anna Elliott






Remember, Remember:            A Sherlock Holmes/ Lucy James Mystery I just read the best mystery book from bookroomreviews.com titled “Remember Remember: A Sherlock Holmes/ Lucy James Mystery”.    The captivating book by the daughter/father writing team, Anna Elliot and Charles Veley, pulls you into London in 1897 and doesn’t set you free until the final […]

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Felipe Femur by Russell J. Dorn






Felipe Femur: Original Bedtime Story By Russell J. Dorn                                                                        with Illustrations by David Vincent Dorn   Meet Felipe Femur, the skeleton with a lot of heart. He lives in a closet where he has lots of fun. But there’s an awful feeling growing in his heart. Join Felipe Femur on his quest to defeat […]

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Birthrights by J. Kyle McNeal






“Birthrights” is a book of fantasy and fiction. Written by J. Kyle McNeal, this book tells the lives of 2 young men, growing up in separate levels of life, but both seeking the same thing – their own identity from their heritages. Wyam is a grandson of ArWyam who was the leader of the Reform […]

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WASHINGTON POWER PLAY A political thriller By Allan Topol






WASHINGTON POWER PLAY By Allan Topol Talk about timely it’s eerie how this book mirrors what is going on in Washington right now. If I didn’t know better I’d say Author Allan Topal was some sort of psychic (or maybe an undercover CIA operative) Who’d a thunk it? Imagine a foreign government trying to manipulate […]

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Crazy Crab by: Mark Evans






Crazy Crab by: Mark Evans With illustrations by :Steve Page Coming 8/22/17 is now available for pre-order *************************************************************************************** Crazy Crab Steve is no ordinary Hermit Crab. He has a big dream… to be an astronaut and fly in space! His friends and family think he is crazy. They don’t send crabs into space. Will Steve […]

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The Ghost of You and Me by Kelly Oram ; Blog Tour






The Ghost of You and Me by Kelly Oram This is a clean young adult romance stand alone novel that reads like contemporary drama romance and has just a touch of magical realism. Review by Aishwarya Girish   I absolutely loved this book. The grief, the love, the longing, the guilt, the friendship and so […]

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The Adventures Of Merrick The Viking by Chris Davis






  The Adventures Of Merrick The Viking                  by Chris Davis A young teenage Viking boy named Merrick must escape his Scandinavian homeland and ends up on a historic journey of discovering new lands while becoming a great sailor along the way he falls in love to a young Irish girl and has to defend […]

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Sherlock Holmes, My Dad, and Me






Sherlock Holmes, My Dad, and Me By Anna Elliott, co-author of the Sherlock Holmes & Lucy James Mystery Series It took me seven years to land my first publishing contract— which is actually not terrible by industry standards. But it meant that I’d had the dedication on my first novel picked out for at least that […]

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Vera McLuckie and the Daydream Club by Jane Evans






  Vera McLuckie and the Daydream Club by Jane Evans Oh! How I love this book! As a grandmother raising a child with ADHD and a Sensory Disorder, who hates being touched, this book definitely hits home and gives me hope. Vera hates school, really Mondays, because she finds it hard to concentrates and it […]

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Clara Humble and the Not-So-Super Powers by Anna Humphrey






  Clara Humble and the Not-So-Super Powers by Anna Humphrey illustrated by ; Lisa Cinar Clara is a 9 year old little girl who’s world has just been turned upside down. Clara and her friend Bradley both attend Gladhill Elementary and they just found out the rival elementary school is sending some of their students […]

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Bess’s Magical Garden by M.E. Hembroff






Bess’s Magical Garden by M.E. Hembroff It’s been a terrible time for Bess lately. Her father died in a car crash, she is in the final stages of polio and now her mother has moved her to a new town, Pineview, away from her best friend, Megan. Not long after Bess and her mother move […]

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Elementals :The Prophecy of Shadows by Michelle Madow.






 Review by Aishwarya Girish  Elementals :The Prophecy of Shadows It was a good introductory book to the series. It established their world and the dangers that they’ll face in the future into perspective without being too revealing. The characters were well established so that the reader can root for them in the future.     […]

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The Old Library Café by Veronica R Tabares






The Old Library Café            by                         Veronica R Tabares     With  Illustrations by Tara Tabares Granddaddy and Grandmommy buy an old library and convert it into a bakery. But to run a bakery, you have to know how to bake. So while Granddaddy brushes up on his baking skills, Grandmommy tinkers in the basement […]

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Sara Flutterbye and the Spooky Woods by John Hallis






On beautiful day a lady comes into the town of Baraboo, Wisconsin and she stops first at a cafe named Birdies. Once inside the cafe the young waitress, Abby, notices the lady is new in town and she asks the lady where she is from. The lady said her name is Sara Flutterbye and she […]

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THE SHACK Blu-ray/DVD giveaway






Follow a father’s spiritual journey in the film based off a bestselling novel. Based on the best selling Novel by William P. Young Starring Academy award winner Octavia Spencer ,Sam Worthington and Country Music star Tim McGraw. The Shack is now available on DVD and Blue Ray.Bookroom Reviews is Giving away one copy to one […]

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The Little Lessons Of Tolerance That You Can Give Your Children






  Tolerance is the willingness to accept the existence of behavior or opinions that are different and that you may disagree with. At a more direct level, tolerance is the force that enables you to treat everybody in the same way and without prejudice, even when people are all different. Being tolerant means that you […]

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