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Emily M Morgan

Emily M Morgan is a parenting consultant, author, speaker and mother.

Raymie Nightingale: Review  Or buy it here on Book Depository. A early teen/tween novel by Kate DiCamillo, published by Walker Books. Set in the summer of 1975 in small town USA, it is a tale of learning,...

Timmy Failure: The Book You’re Not Supposed to Have: Review  or buy it here on Book Depository. The fifth in a series written and illustrated by Stephan Pastis and published by Walker. The series...

  How Not to Shout at Your Child  G. Runo   In an ideal world, we would be in perfect harmony with our children at all times. We would always be on good terms and neither parent nor child would...

Little Lunch: Triple Snack Pack: Review Written by Danny Katz and illustrated by Mitch Vane and published by Black Dog Books. Based on the television show of the same name, this triple story pack features...

Fenn Halflin and the Fearzero: Review Buy it here on Book Depository. A new dystopian, futuristic science fiction novel for the middle years by Francesca Armour-Chelu, published by Walker Books. Obviously...

  Making a Budget for Wise Spending : How to Help Kids Become Money Smart Series (Part 4 of 5) Jan Gamboa Ocampo   Spending is easy. Spending wisely is much more difficult. As children, we...

The Song from Somewhere Else: Review A modern fantasy/speculative fiction book, by A.F. Harrold and illustrated by Levi Penfold, aimed at kids from grade three up. Also by this author: The Imaginary (or...

The Anti-Boredom Christmas Book In time for Christmas comes a new book from Any Seed, from his series of boredom busting activity books for primary and middle school students. Buy it here on Book Depository.   Also...

  Gratitude this Holiday Season  Jan Gamboa Ocampo   Aside from October, December is my son’s favourite month of the year. I think you know why. Their birth months and Christmas time are...

  Christmas is Coming…But Not For Everyone Emily M Morgan   As we count down the (far too few) sleeps until Christmas, we are probably focusing on our lengthening to-do lists, gearing up for...