Tag: children

Anastasia: 1997 Movie vs. Broadway Musical

Once Upon a December

Jean Lee Latham-Carry On, Mr Bowditch

Never give up and keep going.

Its the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

Happy Halloween!

Darcey Bell-A Simple Favor

You never know what occurs behind closed doors.

Top 5 Robin Hood Films

Meet Robin Hood and his Merry Gang of Outlaws.

Top 5 Classic Children’s Books About Dogs

A selection of classic children’s literature that explores the bond between man and dog.

Top 5 Worst Book-to-Screen Adaptations

Not a definitive listing, just the ones I currently find the most egregious.  Anne With an E (2018, TV)     I am a purist in that I think movie or television adaptations of well-loved books should stick as close as possible to the…

Top 5 Library Themed Young Adult Books

From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler- E. L. Konigsburg Synopsis: When suburban Claudia Kincaid decides to run away, she knows she doesn’t just want to run from somewhere, she wants to run to somewhere — to a place that is comfortable,…

Top 5 Disney Animated Films

Robin Hood (1973) I have very fond memories of watching this film at a friend’s house as a child. Whenever I visited, we watched this movie. I am fairly confident that I watched Robin Hood about 900 times before my fourteenth birthday. What I…

Children’s Books With Strong Male Characters

I only recommend books that I have personally read and enjoyed. Here is a selection of children’s books I read in my childhood (or a little more recently) that portray young men and boys in a positive light and emphasize character traits like bravery,…

Children’s Books with Strong Female Characters

I only recommend books that I have personally read and enjoyed. Here is a selection of children’s books I read in my childhood (or a little more recently) that portray young women and girls in a positive light and emphasize character traits like bravery,…

Ursula K Le Guin-A Wizard of Earthsea

Themes Explored: friendship, power, coming of age, pride, language, supernatural, man and the natural world, education, duty, personal responsibility, arrogance, death, death, balance, coming-of-age, fantasy, dragons, magic, wizardry, consequences Summary: Ged, the greatest sorcerer in all Earthsea, was called Sparrowhawk in his reckless youth….

Chels & a Book

Get cozy, grab a coffee, lets talk!

Forever Young Adult

Musings on Books and movies

Young Adult Money

Musings on Books and movies

Books for Christian Girls

Musings on Books and movies

Chels & a Book

Get cozy, grab a coffee, lets talk!

Forever Young Adult

Musings on Books and movies

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