Tag Archives: childrens books

June 21

Review: Talon: Come Fly with Me – Book One of the Talon Series, by Gigi Sedlmayer

  Talon: Come Fly with Me – Book One of the Talon Series, by Gigi Sedlmayer, is an absolutely delightful story for people of all ages. A story of friendship, love and acceptance. A very young girl named Matica moves to another country with her family and faces all kinds of challenges and emotional trials. […]

February 21

Book review: Zygi’s Beans by Dustin Corkery

Zygi’s Beans by Dustin Corkery is an imagination-sparking children’s book. It’s a fun read, with quick and easy dialogue, and creative fun-filled pictures that portray the journey of Zygi. We hope to see more of Zygi and her adventures in the future. Book review by International Writers Inspiring Change  

January 21

Book review: The Halloween Parade (Monstacademy Book 1) by Matt Beighton

  The Halloween Parade (Monstacademy Book 1) by Matt Beighton, is a delightful story for youngsters (and oldsters) about a young girl’s plight, Trixie Grimble, who is sent to a boarding school against her will. Not exactly a normal school either –  Monroe’s School for the Different (Monstacademey). The school is full of Vampires, Werewolves, Ghosts, […]

November 11

Book Review: A Buss from Lafayette, by Dorothea Jensen

A Buss from Lafayette, by Dorothea Jensen, is a delightful historical fiction for younger women. And if you didn’t already know, the word “buss” means kiss. Being a grandmother, I must say that I enjoyed every word of it. It is well-written, entertaining and a wonderful peek into the life of a girl who had […]

November 03

Author Spotlight: Dorothea Jensen, author of A Buss from Lafayette

IWIC: Tell us about you! Dorothea: My name is Dorothea Jensen. I was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and grew up in Chillicothe, Illinois. I majored in English literature at Carleton College and earned an MA in education at the University of New Mexico. I have been an ESL tutor for refugees, taught junior high and […]

November 01

Book Review: The Hidden City of Chelldrah-Ham: Stig’s Flight of Encounters, by Stephan von Clinkerhoffen

The Hidden City of Chelldrah-ham: Stig’s Flight of Encounters, by Stephan von Clinkerhoffen, is a delightful and whimsical fantasy about adventure and doing the right thing in difficult situations. It was a pleasure to read and to experience the journey of a young boy into a fantasy world. Book review by International Writers Inspiring Change […]

May 04

The IWIC NewsSpot feature article: Sarah Hill’s Whimsy Wood children’s series becoming an animated TV series.

    Several months ago we had the pleasure of featuring Sarah Hill, author of the award-winning Whimsy Wood children’s book series. We are proud to announce that Sarah’s series is now being made into an animated television series called WHIMSY WOOD FAMILY SERIES by London5 Studios, London, England. Congratulations Sarah!     The IWIC […]

February 13

IWIC Hall of Fame spotlight on Sarah Hill – award winning author of the Whimsy Wood children’s books

  At IWIC, International Writers Inspiring Change, we regularly feature authors who are taking it to the next level and inspiring others through their works. Our most recent spotlight falls on Sarah Hill, award-winning author of the children’s book series, Whimsy Wood. We recently also featured Sarah and her books which you can see HERE […]

February 08

Book Giveaway: Award-winning children’s book series Whimsy Wood

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February 07

The Author Spotlight on Sarah Hill, author of the Award Winning children’s series – “Whimsy Wood”

I am a children’s author and a small animal Vet. I gained my Veterinary Medicine degree at Bristol University in 1999 and worked in practice for 10 years. At that point I had my second daughter and soon after, I decided to take a career break to stay at home and raise our very young […]