children’s book

Laura Sidsworth, Local Children’s Author

by Laura Sidsworth


Today at the Fresno High Flea Market, local Fresno author and community staff writer for KRL, Laura Sidsworth, will be selling and signing her two recently published children’s picture books. For the first five children to visit her booth, she will present them with a free, hard-backed, signed edition of either Spoiled Pink or The Treehouse Treasury.

Shea’s Lounge By Joe Ozier: A Children’s Book About A Rescue Dog

by Lorie Lewis Ham


Recently Joe Ozier of Fresno published his first book, a family and children's book called Shea's Lounge. It is based on the true story of an amazing dog named Shea, or as it says on the book cover, a runaway dog who found a forever home. Joe has written several plays in the past and been involved in theater and film for years. He also owns his own dog training business called Way of a Dog. Details on how to win a copy of Shea's Lounge at the end of this post.

War Horse by Michael Morpurgo: Book Review

by Terrance V. Mc Arthur



One of the first children's novels I read when I was eight years old was Black Beauty by Anna Sewell. At that age, I thought it was a neat story about a horse. I did not know that it was not meant as a children's book about a horse, but as a Victorian plea for the humane treatment of horses and humans. Generations read and cried over that book.

TimeOut’s Great Baseball Adventure: Children’s Book Review

by Lorie Lewis Ham




As we find ourselves in the middle of baseball season, it seemed a good time to review a fun local children’s picture book about baseball, TimeOut’s Great Baseball Adventure. This book was written by local KPGE sportscaster George Takata and illustrated by Fresno State student Marci Thiessen; which is appropriate since it is about Fresno State baseball.

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