The Maze Readers

 

October 31, 2018

By Sarah Carter

The thing I love most about children’s books is their potential to be perfunctory, simple and straightforward. A good children’s book can really capture all of these and stay away from all the drama of adult books. My kids’ elementary school librarian is...

October 29, 2018

By Lucy Harris


My youngest daughter is turning six next week but somehow, she still has a flawed selection process when it comes to choosing books at book stores and libraries. As you can imagine, her reading choices can be somewhat hit and miss in the quality departme...

October 29, 2018

By Amelia Miller

There are some books with pictures so alluring, they don’t need much words. Zendayah is one of those books. Each page tells an action-packed story through a fantastical farm and a river that jump start the imagination. I found this book on a friend’s sh...

October 29, 2018

By Grace Adams


Thrice the Greatest: The Seasons of a Servant is a mystical fantasy/scifi book. In this captivating fantasy saga, two ancient worlds intertwine in a divine manner, forcing future generations to ask introspective questions about mankind. I don’t know abou...

October 29, 2018

By Lucy Harris


This story takes place in a fantasy realm. Tomas knows no other humans but has been brought up by the creatures and trees of Terra. An innocent and fast approaching his coming of age, he encounters a force that seeks his mind and together with an Emerald...

October 29, 2018

By Norah Edwards

I am a sucker for learning about inspiring, strong individuals. I surely think highly of the fact that we’re now entering a time where tough people are more celebrated and talked about. I love that there are plenty of resources now to learn about people...

October 12, 2018

By Sarah Carter

When I finally got a hold of this book, I wasn't exactly sure what I was going to get in to. Was it going to be a memoir fused with fiction, where everyone seems to have a happy ending? But what I found was the author's voice reminiscing a memory as brig...

October 12, 2018

By Amelia Miller

The first time I read Traitors of the American Dream, I was in my education program in college. It was one of the fastest, educational reads I had. Knowing that I was going into the profession of teaching, it is no surprise at all that this book spoke t...

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