Kitchen Frolic!

SWEET blog button2Blog tour stop #10: Stephanie at the scrumptious cooking blog Kitchen Frolic has written a lovely review of Stars So Sweet. She’s been a super supporter of the whole series over the last two years–thanks so much, Stephanie!

A Baked Creation!

SWEET blog button2Stars So Sweet comes out tomorrow! If you’re in New York, I hope you’ll join me at Books of Wonder to celebrate!

Blog tour stop #8: Check out this delicious review and bonus cheese and scallion madeleine recipe (YUM) by Sylvia at A Baked Creation! Her fancy photography of Stars So Sweet among the macarons is definitely worth a gander, too. 🙂

For What It’s Worth!

SWEET blog button2Blog tour stop #7: Here’s an excerpt.

“I can’t think of a better book to sit down and read with your kids. It opens your eyes to different cultures, foods, languages and is an excellent jumping off point to discuss diversity, responsibility and relationships of all kinds.”

Thank you so much to Karen at For What It’s Worth! I’m humbled and flattered by your recommendation.

Karen is also giving away a set of books–head on over to enter!

The blog tour will pick back up next week, and release day for Stars So Sweet is Tuesday, July 19.

Bookish Illuminations!

SWEET blog button2Blog tour stop #4: Book blogger and school librarian extraordinaire Katie has been a huge supporter of the All Four Stars books since day one, and I was even lucky enough to meet her in person last spring at one of my events for The Stars of Summer! 

Now she’s back at Bookish Illuminations with an in-depth review of Stars So Sweetand a giveaway of the entire series to a lucky commenter! Thank you, Katie. 🙂

 

Stars So Sweet comes out ONE WEEK from today, and if you’re in New York, I hope to see you at my launch party at Books of Wonder. Please check out all of my upcoming events here (with a couple of new additions and updates!).

Middle Grade Mafioso!

SWEET blog button2Blog tour stop #3: The wonderful Michael Gettel-Gilmartin has reviewed Stars So Sweet for Marvelous Middle Grade Monday over at his blog, Middle Grade Mafioso.

He calls someone named Tara Dairman “one of the funniest middle grade writers around.” Well, I’ll take it! 🙂 Thank you for reading and reviewing, my friend.