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Reach A Child 

Since 2007, the non-profit organization Reach A Child has been providing new children’s books to first responders in Wisconsin as a tool for comforting children in crises. Police, Fire, EMS, Sherriff, and State Patrol Officers serve as the primary vehicle ensuring a child facing trauma has an uplifting read to call their own. They not […]

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6 Picks: Kid’s Books Celebrating Mother Earth

Mothers give us life, bring us comfort, and offer security. These too are the very gifts we derive from nature. From her nourishing elements to her abundant resources, Mother Earth provides continuous care for her children and intertwines her vital role with ours, establishing the foundation for a mutually beneficial relationship. Weaving facts and fascinating […]

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Duke and the Lonely Boy

This breakout novel by Lynn Langan is a must read for all teens, parents, and educators. The story delves into the two main characters’ psyches and challenges in navigating relationships only proving that no matter whether you’re the star athlete or the shy kid no one really knows, you are making an impact, you are […]

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Before She Disappeared

Frankie Elkin is running from her past. A very dark past, which includes loss and alcoholism. Rather than running towards serenity and safety, she runs towards trouble. Placing herself right in the middle of missing youth cases, much to the consternation of local authorities and ruffling the feathers of grieving families and hostile community members […]

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Why I Write Book Reviews

A while back I was discussing my journey and passions with a very successful author. She was quite surprised to learn that I don’t profit from my Books Uplift site. Interesting. I understand and respect that many authors have a platform for blogging and writing that helps grow their brand and followers. That’s outstanding and […]

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