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The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly Review

I firstly spotted this book in Waterstones a few months ago upon reading the blurb it sounded such a sweet read and looked forward to picking up a copy for myself. 323 more words


#GIRLBOSS : "I Read It"

Now that reading a textbook for class isn’t apart of my schedule I have taken full advantage of reading for my ENJOYMENT. The first book on my list to read was #GIRLBOSS. 255 more words

Taking the show on the road

My conversations with classes at the end of this past school year were mostly predictable and went much like this:

Me: Where are you going to get books from this summer when our school library is closed? 545 more words


An Art Attack!

This fun and clever book about a Pig and a Bull introduces children to modern art and tells the story of the rivalry between Picasso and Matisse. 133 more words


Have you filled a bucket today?

This book is not particularly beautiful and the words in it are straight forward and simple, but it is a religion and philosophy we live by. 151 more words


Give Up+Goodies

So for summer reading, one of the books we read has to be by a British author. So following some online reviews, I took on Pride&Prejudice. 149 more words


Summer can be filled with fun and learning

By Dionne Clemons

While children race out of the classroom for their summer break after a hectic school year, summer can stir up angst for the most prepared working parent. 432 more words