Author Trea Jackson writes “The Innocent Eyes of a Child” based on her own experiences in the Illinois foster care system. The book follows 5-year-old Brighteyes through the foster care system, challenging the common idea “What is the best interested of the child.” Learn more about Jackson at www.treajackson.com.
by Jordyn Taylor There’s nothing quite like a tall, cool glass of lemonade to beat the summer heat. And nothing brings quite as much joy as mixing up a pitcher of the sweet, tart refresher […]
In her first book, “A Shrub Not a Tree, The FAMILY We’ve Grown to Be,” author Ashley Rae Klinger celebrates the various ways families grow. The book is divided into sections — the first is […]
by Jena Hengstler Summertime is the ideal time to get outdoors for days filled with adventure, picnics, sunshine, summer sports and all things vitamin D and fresh air. However, an occasional rainy day may have […]