Gift Ideas For Young Readers

Gift Ideas For Young Readers

National Geographic is one of the best known names in exploration and discovery. We are big fans of National Geographic and love their books because they are both entertaining and educational. Here are a few that we think will make great gifts for the young explorers on your list. This book from the Wild Tales… Read More »


Gift Ideas For Young Explorers

Do you have curious, young explorers at home?  Well if they are anything like Z.E.N., they will love these gift ideas for young explorers from National Geographic.  I love the fact that these books are not only entertaining, they are educational as well. Animal Poetry Book This holiday gift idea is sure to become a… Read More »


The Happy Hour Effect Virtual Book Tour

A new book by Kristen K. Brown titled The Happy Hour Effect will be available on November 12, 2012 and will show people how to relieve stress. Kristen is now a holistic health counselor. She has been a widowed mother and is a twenty year veteran of corporate America. She has experienced personal loss and… Read More »


Where The Barefoot Executive Delivers And Fails

Carrie Wilkerson’s latest business book, The Barefoot Executive – The Ultimate Guide for Being Your Own Boss & Achieving Financial Freedom is getting tons of rave reviews. I heard about Carrie Wilkerson quite some time ago, but I never really took the time to learn what she was all about, and I never purchased any… Read More »


Arthur’s Underwear by Marc Brown: A Review

  Children’s books are meant to entertain children, aside from teaching them how to read, understand sentences, recognize pictures, and hone their imaginations. However, children’s books do have another purpose, and that is to help kids experience different sorts of emotions and situations by “travelling” through them in books. Arthur’s Underwear by Marc Brown is… Read More »


My Many Colored Days by Dr. Seuss: A Review

My Many Colored Days by Dr. Seuss: A Review Anyone who has read Dr. Seuss books in the past will undoubtedly realize the value of a Dr. Seuss story, even long after the author’s death. My Many Colored Days is one of the rare manuscripts ever to be published after Dr. Seuss’s death and is… Read More »