Janette M. Denil, MATC, is an Illinois and Wisconsin Professional Educator in Language Arts and Social Studies.
Cynthia Voigt’s first book in a three-book series Mister Max: The Book of Lost Things is written in the same style as Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events.
“. . . a big hit for exploring science with the help of fun fictional characters, colorful illustrations, and interactive learning activities.”
“. . . artfully written . . .”
“. . . hard to put down.”
Homeroom Headhunters: The Tribe, the first book in a trilogy of children’s novels by Clay McCloud Chapman, addresses the typical middle school student’s personal struggle to fit in at scho
“. . . an invaluable resource for entrepreneurs in services and products industries . . .”
A Storm Called Katrina is one young boy’s experiences when Hurricane Katrina brought death and destruction to Louisiana in 2005.
"This poetry conveys a story of real-world challenges that many American youth face today."
A Summer Without Dawn is an historical fiction novel that describes one of humanity’s darkest times, where cultural values are undermined, blood lines are swiftly severed, and the value of
The striped ticking pillow that Nonna Lisowskaja carried around her waist as a child caught in the crossfire of World War II becomes an historical treasure revealed only after her death with the he
The Transformation of Bartholomew Fortuno is an adult historical fiction novel that challenges our definitions of what is normal and what we think is true about ourselves.
This young adult memoir is a slice of the seventies, with unmistakably wild zebra-stripes, conservatively crushed velvet, and shag carpeting.