browser icon
You are using an insecure version of your web browser. Please update your browser!
Using an outdated browser makes your computer unsafe. For a safer, faster, more enjoyable user experience, please update your browser today or try a newer browser.

Tagged With: reviews

Did You See?

The Ottawa Citizen was kind enough to mention my book. And they mentioned it well! Jackson Jones: The tale of a boy, an elf and a very stinky fish By Jenn Kelly, illustrated by Arian Elsammak Zonderkidz, $14.99 Children Jackson, a 10½-year-old boy who should be in Grade 5 but instead is in Grade 6, … Continue reading »

Categories: observations | Tags: , | Leave a comment

Book Review Of Jackson Jones

Most words taken from ‘Quill and Quire’ Canada’s magazine of book news and reviews November 2010 by Laura Godrey. I didn’t put all of them (description of book) as I don’t want to get smashed for plagerizing. Or whatever. Can I rewrite reviews? I have no idea. I’m sure I’ll find out soon enough. “This adventurous … Continue reading »

Categories: observations | Tags: , , | Leave a comment

Lovely Letters

I am so blessed to get another: Hi Jenn, My name is JK and I live in PA. I recently read  your book Jackson Jones. It was loaned to me by your former teacher  LG, whom I have known for about 10 years. We vacation at White Lake and L and D have a summer … Continue reading »

Categories: observations | Tags: , | Leave a comment

Encouragement #4

See, the sun always shines regardless of the rain. Not that I was sad. But I did get an encouraging letter about my book. So here it is: I am having so much fun reading Jackson Jones.  I am a homeschool mama to 6 little ones–(almost) 10 to 7 months.  I received my copy to … Continue reading »

Categories: observations | Tags: , | Leave a comment

Review #1

Normally I would title this “Encouragement #4″ but this isn’t an encouragement. It’s actually a bad review. Now why on earth would I post a bad review? I’m not sure. Maybe because it didn’t upset me that much. Maybe because I already know that not everyone is going to love it. I know that there … Continue reading »

Categories: observations | Tags: | Leave a comment