I'm celebrating a marvelous site provided by SCBWI (Society of Book Writers & Illustrators) until end of November. It's called Book Stop, and this is a perfect place to Christmas shop for young readers. There's an embarrassment of riches in store for you!
But first, Celebrate the Small Things is a blog hop co-hosted by Lexa Cain at: Lexa Cain, L.G. Keltner @ Writing Off The Edge , and Tonja Drecker @ Tidbits Blog. (You can go to any of these sites to add your name to the links, if you want to participate. )
Okay, the link to SCBWI Book Stop: You can look up books published by traditional publishers or independent publishers. It's up to you. You can go directly to their site HERE
My own page for Dragonella is among the pages for independent publishers (Belanger Books. Check them out HERE, they are currently open for submissions.)
You can go to the link for my book stop page HERE . I hope you will stop by and sign the guest book. Also, I hope you will spread the word among those with children or grandchildren the appropriate ages (5-8).
Here are the front and back covers. (I lucked out with a wonderful illustrator, Brian Belanger!)
I have such fond memories of my own childhood Halloween ventures. I loved the dress-up part of it more than collecting candy. What are some of your best Halloween memories?