Remake ; By Ilima Todd a Book Reveiw and Giveaway


                        An iRead Book Tour brought to you by Bookroomreviews   Synopsis: A future without family. Nine is the ninth female born in her batch of ten females and ten males. By design, her life in Freedom Province is without complications or consequences. However, such freedom comes with a price. The Prime Maker is determined to keep that price a secret from the new batches of citizens that are born, nurtured, and raised … [Continue reading...]

The Angel Guardian Written by Chris and Michelle Miller Illustrations by Nessa Dee – A Book Review

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Bookroomreviews  would like to introduce you to very cool project being put together by Chris and Michelle Miller of Austin Texas. The Angel Guardian.. Bedtime is never all that much fun.How do you get that little girl or boy away from their toys or favorite movie or TV show. As amazing as it sounds I have a little five year old Granddaughter who is NEVER tired,(At least that's what she always tells us) Then when bedtime comes it's pick up the toys get the pj's on brush the teeth and all … [Continue reading...]

How to Navigate Zombie Cave and Defeat Pirate Pete a Slug Pie Adventure by Mick Bogerman-A Book Review


This is actually about two books.The first two books in a new series of adventures by author Mick Bogerman How to Navigate Zombie Cave and Defeat Pirate Pete     And How to Rid Your Swimming Pool of a Bloodthirsty Mermaid   So I guess these could actually be classified as “How To” books.So now you know […]

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Don’t Forget Me Bro By John Cummings


   Mark Barr returns to his home town: Alma, West Virginia when his brother, Steve, (only 45 dies) dies of a heart attack.  Mark hasn’t been back home for quite some time because of bad memories of the past and has strong dislike of his father.  Mark also has another brother Greg and then there […]

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Whiny Whiny Rhino written by the father-daughter team, McBoop!

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First let me preface this next statement by saying I liked the Book so read on… I don’t usually question the title of a book. After all the book is the author’s creation and he/she can do whatever they want. But after reading Whiny Whiny Rhino I didn’t feel Tiny ( that’s the Rhino)was all […]

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Roxy Rogers: Your Destiny is Calling by Emily Siskin-Toy-and $50 Amazon Gift card giveaway

  About the Book Title: Roxy Rogers: Your Destiny is Calling | Author: Emily Siskin-Toy | Illustrator: Brian C. Krümm | Publication Date: August 24, 2014 | Publisher: Three-Bug Books | Pages:32 | Recommended Ages: 6 to 9 Summary: What happens when a young girl with a Hall of Fame baseball pedigree breaks the family […]

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The Adventures of Lovable Lobo- Lobo goes to the GALAPAGOS; by C.L. Murphy


About the Book Title: Lobo Goes to the Galapagos (The Adventures of Lovable Lobo) | Author: C.L. Murphy | Publication Date: August 27, 2014 | Publisher: Peanut Butter Prose | Pages:32 | Recommended Ages: 3 to 7 Summary: Lobo returns in this adventure, sweeter and a bit salty this time. This lil’ wolf pup finds […]

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The Big Brass Band By Pam Bonsper and Pictures by Jessica Ziegler


  If you are in a Marching Band, what type of instrument would you play?  Where would you play?  The little boy in the book watches a Marching Band with his mother and tells her that he would like to play in a Marching   Band.  Mom asks:  ”What would you play if you could […]

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Camp Outlook By Brenda Baker a book Review


   Camp Outlook is one of those books that take you by surprise.  The book is an easy read and book that you can’t put down.  This book is targeted for kids in middle school and high school, but this is a book  adults too should read. Storyline:  This book is narrated by the main […]

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Developing my Characters; by Alisse Lee Goldenberg

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With her new book The Dybbuk’s Mirror Out now we ask Alisse Lee Goldenberg about the creation and development of her characters when writing. Alisse: When I write anything, like a novel or a short story, I usually start from a character and then come up with a plot. When I wrote the novel Sitnalta I […]

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The Artsy Girl – in Bronze by T.A.Pack Interview with the Author and Giveaway


An Interview with Mr. T.A. Pack Author of The Artsy Girl – In Bronze     Bookroomreviews :First Mr. T.A.Pack I’d like to know what the T.A. stand for? Thomas Allen. I identify strongly with my initials because, growing up, my nickname was never Tom or Tommy; it was Tap. Many members of my family still […]

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JUMP! written by Julia Dweck and illustrated by Brian Allen


      About the Book:  JUMP:  Jack, his name is!  Jack got ready to take his thousandth jump, but he was nervous as his heart began to Thump!  He tightened his coils, he sank and was waiting for the music to crank…but all of a sudden, Jack jumped right of out of his box! […]

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Cooking for Emotional Wellness, Recipes to Nourish your Archetypes by Kiersten Marek, LICSW


This is an unique cookbook written by a social worker, who is also a therapist that works with kids and adults.  This is not your average cook.  This cookbook does have many recipes but the cookbook talks about specific recipes for your emotional wellness and for the wellness of the people you cook for.  In […]

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Almost Perfect By Diane Daniels Manning


This book is a great read.  In this book, there is seventy year old woman, Bess and then there is Benny, a teenager with mild autism that attends a special school.  The  two of them form a friendship from a bond over the love of dogs and both feeling misunderstood by people and both of […]

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Dolphin Tale 2 Homeschool Curriculum by Homeschool Movie Club


What’s that you say Dolphin Tale 2 Curriculum? Homeschool Movie Club? The movie Dolphin Tale 2 comes out Sept 12 and Homeschool Movie Club is celebrating with HOMESCHOOL DAY Friday September 12, 2014.What’s it all about? Well the movie speaks for itself.C’mon Morgan Freeman, Ashly Judd,Harry Connick  Jr. , Kris Kristofferson !The movie itself is […]

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The Dybbuk’s Mirror – Release- A novel by Alisse Lee Goldbenberg part two of the “Hadariah Series” and win a $20 Amazon Gift Card

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As Promised a few days ago…It’s here! The sequel to Alisse Lee Goldenberg’s The Strings of the Violinis here! Here’s what fans of Young Adult Fantasy said about book 1 of The Hadariah Chronicles, The Strings of the Violin “The characters quickly come to life in the reader’s imagination…it’s very easy to get a feeling […]

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The Toothless Tooth Fairy By Shanelle Hicks


                          A  cute little children’s book that teaches kids that beauty isn’t always found on the outside of a person and instead teaches that beauty can be found on the inside of someone.  The book also teaches kids to be nice to your […]

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If you were me and lived in ……..By Carole Roman


If you were me and lived in…..By Carole Roman Below are four children books in a new series written by author Carole Roman that introduces children about cultures around the world. About the Author: Carol Roman is a former teacher turned businesswoman. She successfully ran a successfully run business with her husband. In each book, […]

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The Dybbuk’s Mirror by Alisse Lee Goldenberg – a Cover Reaveal

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Alisse Lee Goldenberg Author of such Young Adult fiction as Sitnalta and Strings of the Violin would like to present her next work of Fantasy – THE DYBBUK’S MIRROR -  book two in The Hadariah Chronicles series following The Strings of the Violin       COVER REVEAL: THE DYBBUK’S MIRROR by Alisse Lee Goldenberg […]

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MOMMY A to Z An Encyclopedia of the Joys, Wonders, and Absurdities of Motherhood ; by Meredith Peters Hale


The trials and tribulations of not only Motherhood but Parenthood (us Dad’s go through it too!) as seen through the eyes of Meredith Peters Hale. If you are a Mom a Dad a Grandfather or Grandmother this book is for you. The comical side of the serious business of Parenthood.The moral I guess is if […]

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