Entries by Jamie Burns

People Safari by Feather Chelle – Review by Jamie Burns

Get ready to gear up with Ranger Marco on a People Safari! Do not worry, no humans were harmed in this adventure. Ranger Marco is taking a family of deer scientists on a tour of a real human neighborhood to gather scientific information about humans. Ranger Marco helps the family navigate the neighborhood and they […]

Non-Verbal by Molly Zenk – Review by Jamie Burns

“My words disappeared when I was fifteen months only.” Emerson was a happy child who went from counting to not being able to string words together to communicate what she desires to say. Emerson Was diagnosed with functional nonverbal autism on top of a sensory processing disorder. The book, Non-Verbal give the reader first hand […]

Pulling Together by Lois Wickstrom – Review by Jamie Burns

I absolutely love the message, “We all pull together” that is evident throughout this book. Lois Wickstrom has quickly become one of my favorite authors. Her illustrator, Janet King does a wonderful job of bringing the story to life with the illustrations! Lila is spending time with her Grammie who is putting the finishing touches […]

The Letter Carrier by L.C. Lewis – Review by Jamie Burns

The Letter Carrier by Laurie L.C. Lewis is an amazing historical fiction book. Historical fiction is not in my top five favorite genres, BUT let me tell you, I LOVED this book! Lewis did an amazing job collecting background information for over three years, she talked with Michelle Naget and studied french documents to fully […]

Loretta’s Caterpillar (Loretta’s Insects) by Lois Wickstrom – Review by Jamie Burns

Loretta’s Caterpillar is another amazing book by Lois Wickstrom! The illustrations and storyline are amazing together. I love how the story includes rich vocabulary and is connected to science. This book would be great to include in a classroom or homeschooling environment. This book’s back matter contains information about Monarch Butterflies migration, how to obtain […]