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Hug Me

Title:  Hug Me

Author: Simona Ciraolo 

Published: September 16th, 2014

Pages: 32 Pages

Genre: Children’s Fiction, Children’s Picture Book

Publisher: Flying Eye Books

Checked out at Parker, Colorado Library… 474 more words

Like father, like daughter (and mother)

We have a millionaire in the family! Hurrah! At last I can retire!

Well, if only.

It’s not that kind of millionaire, but is arguably a better type: a reading millionaire. 414 more words


Unforgettable Flavors of Famous Five

Book Title: Five Go To Demon’s Rocks

Author: Enid Blyton

Translator: N/A

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars

Get Your Copy: N/A

A Bird’s Eye View… 342 more words


Passion for Books

An hour spent in the company of a good book is actually worth in gold. Books became a main attraction almost since my elementary days. Back then, I was moved to laughter-filled-tears reading comic books. 734 more words


Is Reading Dying Out? Time to Plant Some New Seeds

Last week I posted about growing up in a small town in the middle of the twentieth century and how my surroundings contributed to my development as a reader. 1,453 more words

The Reading Life

Eight Seeds to Grow Young Readers

I’ve always been enchanted by beautiful libraries portrayed in books as places where characters or real-life people can retreat to read in comfort and luxury.  I have also been impressed by prodigies who begin reading at age of three or four and complete works of classical literature before they reach their teens. 1,876 more words

The Reading Life

Reading to Write

I remember the day I began to understand what a thesis statement was, not with a vague understanding that it tells the reader what my essay is about, but a more specific understanding of its form and function. 2,390 more words