Review: POISON by Sarah Albee

POISON: DEADLY DEEDS, PERILOUS PROFESSIONS, AND MURDEROUS MEDICINES by Sarah Albee Penguin Random House/September 05, 2017 Middle Grade (8-12), 192 pages Here’s what the publisher says: Science geeks and armchair detectives will soak up this non-lethal, humorous account of the role poisons have played in human history. Perfect for STEM enthusiasts! For centuries, people have Read More …

Let’s celebrate with a giveaway (or four)!

I’m so happy about the recent accolades my books have received that I’ve decided to host not just one giveaway–but FOUR! To celebrate the fact that BE A CHANGEMAKER: HOW TO START SOMETHING THAT MATTERS was a finalist for the Cybils awards, I’ll be giving away a signed copy of the paperback edition on Goodreads, Read More …

The BE A CHANGEMAKER Blog Tour

I’ve been surprised and honored to be included on a plethora of fantastic blogs as part of a blog tour to help launch Be a Changemaker into the world. There are guest posts written by me on a variety of topics related to the book, as well as interviews, reviews, quotes, and, yes–book giveaways! Be Read More …

Review: We’ve Got a Job

  We’ve Got a Job by Cynthia Levinson Peachtree Publishers, February 1, 2012 176 pages Ages: 10 and up Oscar Wilde supposedly said, “Any fool can make history, but it takes genius to write it.” While I don’t necessarily agree with the first part, the second part absolutely rings true. After all, how do you make a story Read More …