Thursday, June 26, 2014

One Death At A Time Blog Update Main Character Interview

I've published the Brice Frankel's interview. He's the main character of the story.


One Death At A Time 

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

One Death At A Time Update on Blog

I posted a short review on the second video research I did. This was on Detroit Public School system.

My Little Train by Satomi Ichikawa and Red Wagon by Renata Liwska

My Little Train and Red Wagon has young readers exercising  their imagination.

My Little Train

The reader rides along on a train, dropping off  passengers. The excitement happens when the story take place in a house. As I read the story, I really believe there is a train and passengers on it traveling.


Ages recommended: 3-8 years old

Red Wagon

Lucy wants to play with her new red wagon. Her mother asks her to do a chore first.
The reader follows along on a magical journey. A rocket, a construction truck, and a western wagon are all included in this adventure.

These books are both wonderful for young readers because they encourage them to envision and be creative.

Ages recommended: 3-5 years old

Thursday, June 19, 2014

One Death At A Time Update on Blog

One Death At A Time Update on wwsone blog.

The blog post is about a shooting in Detroit and my perspective.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Sunday, June 15, 2014

The Mine-O-Saur by Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen Illustrated by David Clark

The Mine-O-Saur is a great book to read out. I have so much fun throwing my voice for Mine-O-Saur. The book teaches kids it much better to share and play together with its colorful drawings.

Recommended for ages: 4-8 however I believe the book is for all ages. Enjoy reading.



Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Forever Broken on Wattpad

I've posted a new short story on Wattpad: Forever Broken ( Introduction and Part I).