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Danny and the Dinosaur

There’s a pretty stellar dinosaur exhibit at our local museum which has influenced all three of my little ladies to become interested in dinos for the first time. 141 more words

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Stone Soup

I can’t think of a better way to spend a chilly spring day than making stone soup! Our girls are on spring break this week and we have no travel plans, which means mama has to pull out all the magical activities while we’re home. 170 more words

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Throwback Classic: Number the Stars

Number the Stars by Lois Lowry

I was about 9 or 10 when I first read this book, and it was one of those books that I’ll never forget. 319 more words


Twelve Dancing Princesses

Sometimes you’re just in the mood for a good old fashioned princess story, am I right? This beautifully illustrated book is based on the original tale by The Grimm Brothers; complete with enchanted princesses, a handsome suitor and a magical spell that must be broken. 39 more words

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The Little House

Originally published in 1942, this classic about a pretty pink house carries so many valuable life lessons. I remember reading this as a child and loving the happy personality of the Little House. 138 more words

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Sunshine and Snowballs

This beautiful rhyming story explores the perspective of a curious boy and girl who find the joys of each changing season throughout the year. Simple and sweet words by Margaret Wise Brown pair effortlessly well with illustrations by Charlotte Cooke. 71 more words

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Ten Apples Up On Top!

This bright little board book has been well-loved by all three of my little ladies. We enjoy it because it appeals to our current range of reading levels and attention spans. 122 more words

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