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Interview with Authors Robbie Cheadle and Michael Cheadle!

Originally posted on Jemsbooks:
INTERVIEW WITH AUTHORS ROBBIE CHEADLE AND MICHAEL CHEADLE! Robbie Cheadle Please help me welcome authors Robbie and Michael Cheadle to Jemsbooks.blog Segment of Interview an Author. It’s a pleasure to have you here, Robbie and Michael. The soap box is all yours. 1. Please tell us something about yourself. I am…

Parents: Do You Have Children who Don’t Like to Read?

Originally posted on Jemsbooks:
PARENTS: DO YOU HAVE CHILDREN WHO DON’T LIKE TO READ? What do you do when your child/children do not like to read? First of all, find a subject that your children enjoy. It may be art, math, science, history, ghosts, mysteries, adventures or just plain cartoons and video games. Go online…

Do you need a fun read for a book report?

Originally posted on Jemsbooks:
JEMSBOOKS.COM FOR BOOKS FOR ALL AGES! FUN READING FOR BOOK REPORTS! The start of school is rapidly approaching much to the chagrin of all students. Sorry kids, but all good things do come to an end. But it doesn’t have to be dreary – pick up a book from Jemsbooks.com and…

Do you want to encourage passion in a reluctant reader?

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
Do you have a young reluctant reader at home? The lazy hazy days of summer are here and many of you are trying to encourage your kids to read. Maybe their teacher gave them a reading list, but it’s a struggle to comply. Ready to try something new? Reading…

Writing in Different Genres!

Originally posted on Jemsbooks:
? ? ? ? ? ? ? Writing in Different Genres How important is it for authors to be able to write across genres? First of all, not everyone cares to write in multi-genres. There are some who choose to write in one genre and for select readers. There is nothing…

Summer is Coming!

Originally posted on Jemsbooks:
SUMMER IS COMING! As I take my daily walks, well almost every day, I notice more and more flowers are reaching out to the sun and blooming and showing off their myriad colors of the rainbow. I feel myself coming alive with the warmth of the sun and the clear fresh…

Reading is Good for You!

Originally posted on Jemsbooks:
This is a post from 2017 that I wanted to share again. It is extremely important to know about the value of reading not only for your mind but for your general health. Read on….. Jemsbooks.com  Books for all ages! When we read a book it is like traveling around the…

Musiville: A Reader’s Tale and a Giveaway

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
I recently received a wonderful surprise from a reader friend, who is the work-at-home father of an 8-year-old. He wrote to me to share how much he and his son had enjoyed Musiville, asking me that I share his story on my blog as a guest post. I hope…

Independent Author of the Week Brenda Mohammed

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Limerick – Jemsbooks – Lucy!

Originally posted on Jemsbooks:
LIMERICK – JEMSBOOKS – LUCY THE TALENTED TOY TERRIER! Here is the last limerick for my young children’s books – ages 0-8, grades – PS-Gr 3. Hope you enjoy it! Read about all the other Limericks for Jemsbooks, Louey, Ricky, Lamby, Jerry, Jesse, Broose, Sebastian, Colby, Jeffrey, and Clarence Henry. All…

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