Book Review: Reborn and Other Versifications by A. E. Fonner

Reborn and Other Versifications by A. E. Fonner

Reborn and Other Versifications by A. E. Fonner is a book of poetry that takes us through the dark emotions of grief to the light at the end of the tunnel.

I find it very difficult to judge poetry. That is much like judging someone else’s heart. Who am I to do that?

The poetry is very emotional, and scary at the beginning. I understand this as I have been there, too. The poems take us from intense grief to a more positive place.

If you like poetry collections that show you the extremes of human emotion, you will enjoy Reborn and Other Versifications.

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Book Review: Nanny in the Nursery by LM Azpiazu

Nanny in the Nursery by LM Azpiazu

If you are tired of the books that are available for children these days, Nanny in the Nursery by LM Azpiazu  may well be for you.

This collection reminds me very much of the collections I grew up with. The book does offer fresh poems and stories but, it doesn’t lean so heavy on the graphics.  Don’t get me wrong, the graphics are there and they are very good. Too often today we see books published that rely too much on the colorful pictures and don’t give the child anything to imagine.

If you really want to help your child stretch their imagination like kids used to do, Nanny in the Nursery is the book for you.

We like Nanny in the Nursery because it talks to children about using their minds.  We think this is a very refreshing and outstanding way to help your child learn to learn.

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