A preteen detective solves an important case with an unusual partner.
Ollie Oxley is not pleased about moving again, but his mom’s new job at the Bingham Theater in Granite City, California, may provide some form of permanence. After moving so many times, Ollie’s friend...
I recently participated in World Read Aloud Day. It was a blast! But the day only got better when I discovered that one of the librarians who had reached out to me was none other than Stephanie Robinson, co-author of the FAIRDAY MORROW book series.
Best. Day. Ever. I just finished reading the first chapter of Ollie Oxley and The Ghost to local elementary kids. 👻 Hopped from room to room and it was a BLAST! 🎈My cup is filled to the brim with joy. #WorldReadAloudDay2019
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My #KidsNeedMentors class just made my day. The kids sent me pictures they drew of their favorite character/part of Because of Winn Dixie. Thank you Miss Polito. Each and every one is a masterpiece. #kidsrock #kidlit #jfp #OllieOxleyandtheGhost
Wow! That's the first word that comes to mind after reading this book. Gail Shepherd has written a beautiful novel about friendship, loyalty, and family. There is a lovely cadence to Ms. Shepherd's writing that lulls you into the story and never lets you go. Bravo!
The stunning book cover drew me in, but the fantastic writing kept me turning the page. I loved everything about this debut novel by Tara Gilboy. There was nothing cliche about this magical story; it was filled with dark twists and turns that I did not see coming, and...