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The Year's First Read Aloud

“Reading changes your life. Reading unlocks worlds unknown or forgotten, taking travelers around the world and through time. Reading helps you escape the confines of school and pursue your own education. 1,006 more words

Middle School Life

Storytime and 1600+ Kinds of Beautiful  

Moms are a Special Kind of someone. Silent and strong. Mouthy and mushy. 1600+ kinds of beautiful.

I know this is so because Mom says so. 396 more words


A Collection of Children's Books

I was looking at the bookshelves this week to find a quick read-aloud book.  And I found so many memories instead…  The picture books left on our bookshelves are all well loved and have travelled with my family and I across the country, over the ocean, and around the world.   500 more words


IMWAYR: An Unlikely (Perfect) Pair

I read two books today that have been on my list recently: Where Oliver Fits, by Cale Atkinson, and Nothing Rhymes With Orange, by Adam Rex. 199 more words


Read-Alouds: Emily M. and Hannah P.

“The Day Jimmy’s Boa Ate the Wash” by Trinka Hakes Noble (isbn: 0-8037-1723-7) is a fantastic book that children around 4th grade can have fun with while learning cause and effect at the same time. 33 more words

Read - Alouds


“Vote For Spongebob” by Erica Pass 978-1-4169-4986-2

This book was a really cute and relatable way to explain some government stuff to children. It lightly outlines the campaigning process and the steps Spongebob must take to become King Kraby. 119 more words


Picture Books That Were the Most Fun to Read in 2016

10.  Click, Clack Surprise by Doreen Cronin

9.  Is That Wise, Pig? by Jan Thomas

8.  This is NOT a Cat!  by David LaRochelle and Mike Wohnoutka… 68 more words