Professor Ladybug: Teaches ABC

I am excited to review this next workbook in the Professor Ladybug library. A couple of weeks ago I shared a review of Alphabet Animals, and my daughter and I had a lot of fun with it. Alex (5), enjoyed that workbook so much that she has almost filled out every page, and spent much…

Jenn’s Birthday Top 5 ‘017 (Guest Post by Jenn)

Today is a special day, not only around home, but also, for The Green Onion Blog. In bringing our family full trip around the sun, the last birthday of the year, is today! Jenn, the studious, hard-working, affectionate and caring, beautiful mother/leader of our home is celebrating another year of life living! As per the…

Episode Six: Plogémon

Originally posted on Plog:
It’s Tuesday! That means it is time for a fresh podcast from Plog! Here’s your episode breakdown: Eric and Green get into their opinions on the long awaited third book of the Kingkiller Chronichles, Doors of Stone. Green reveals his feelings on the Fantastic Four, and how he desperately waits for…

Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel

Giant Robots from space! Now that I have your attention let me tell you about an amazing book that will give you all your giant robot needs.  Well, first I should direct you to a review of its predecessor, the unforgettable premiere novel by Sylvain Neuvel, Sleeping Giants.  If you have not read that book- what…

Champions by Mark Waid and Humberto Ramos

Well, I have successfully put friend, and fellow blogger, Michael Miller of My Comic Relief, on his proverbial toes by mentioning I had read a graphic novel under his recommendation, while avoiding any mention of the book of choice or my general feelings about it.  By now he has breathed a sigh of relief (no pun…

Sixth of the Dusk by Brandon Sanderson

I warned you.  As I catch up on any and all the Brandon Sanderson I can get my onion-y hands on, there is going to be a lot of reviews featuring the author.  Last week I wrapped up my look at The Reckoners series with two reviews, Mitosis and Calamity.  Now, the G.O.B. is closing in on talking about all…

Mitosis by Brandon Sanderson

​I may be going a tad out of order with this review, having done reviews for Steelheart and Firefight.  Recently I purchased a new eReader, a Kobo Aura One, it’s spectacular.  Along with such I was able to get a bundle of Brandon Sanderson short stories/novellas that were not included in November’s Ars Arcanum release.  Basically, I have…

Roughneck by Jeff Lemire

Honestly, I didn’t know what to expect with this months graphic novel release, Roughneck.  I only knew one thing, I was going to love it.  The new book is the first solo, creator owned, contemporary project in five years from Canadian industry leader, Jeff Lemire.   It is no secret that Mr. Lemire is a personal favourite for me-…

In My Heart: A Book of Feelings by Jo Witek

Jenn and I are blessed with two amazing children.  Based on our unorthodox family circumstances, are children not being blood related, we have two very different children.  Constantly reminding ourselves, and each other how different they are, that they require two completely opposite parenting styles.  Zyler is an emotional, anxious, little boy.  He has a…