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February Book Selections

Have you read The Grapevine Newspaper yet?

If you have, you’ll know that Kaelyn’s Book Club is part of the Seedlings Content for Kids (p.13).  IF you haven’t had the opportunity I’ll share it with you here… 489 more words

Picture Books

On My Children's Book Shelf: Sandra Boynton

Sandra Boynton is one of our favorite children’s book authors. These aren’t the typical pristine bookstagram copies you see in your feed. The corners are turned up and the spines are frayed–signs of well read books. 137 more words

Books

Hippos Go Berserk! by Sandra Boynton

My library recently asked staff to help with a display for “Books That Changed Your Life.” Hippos Go Berserk! was one of my picks! It may be overstating it a bit, but I feel like this book brought us together as a new family. 363 more words

Book Review

All I Ever Need to Know I Learned from Sandra Boynton #MondayBlogs

When I was a little girl, my grandmother passed away. I had a step-grandmother, although it never occurred to me to call her that. I simply called her by name: Audrey. 403 more words

New Normal

Baby's Book of the Week: Moo, Baa, La La La!

Sandra Boynton’s board books are a must have for babies and toddlers (seriously, if you’re ever not sure what to get for a baby shower gift, pick up a few Boynton books and you can’t go wrong). 339 more words

“Lord, grant that I may always desire more than I can accomplish.” Michelangelo

Just a quiet day today , No tantrums, just smiles and the occasional Be-Bo (The Bellybutton Book) :-)
She had her Wednesday socialisation trip with autism centre today, they went to the park with them today. 92 more words

Autism

“Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength while loving someone deeply gives you courage.” Lao Tzu

How she loves her Peppa drawing pad (Thank you Soph X), she is so interested in colouring, now she can colour between the lines. It’s almost as if she has decided that now she can do that she can do anything colouring related. 492 more words

Autism