This is another adventure in my #raisingreaders quest, this time with my son.
A lot of schools are moving away from candy for different school parties, including Valentine’s Day. I found this after my kids made their glow stick Valentines, but to support my lifestyle/theme #raisingreaders, we may be doing this next year. And even if you still want to do candy, you could always combine the bookmark with… Continue reading Valentines…for next year
I saw this on Twitter today (thanks @bookpandemic) and felt the need to share. I’ve always loved to read, but only in the last couple years have I tried to make it a conscious daily task to do some sort of reading, and I’ll admit, it does make me happy. It also makes my kids… Continue reading A Little Reminder…
Books in general are my passion, but I am also obsessed with Children’s literature (hence this blog). So when I saw the opportunity to be a reviewer for Multicultural Children’s Book Day, share my love of reading, and get a free book out of it, I had to jump on that opportunity. The book I received is… Continue reading The Barefoot Book of Children–A book review
How a mitten and cookies made for great bedtime reads.
Thanks to an email I got from Brightly, which is a great website for anyone who is #raisingreaders, I looked into and then ordered two copies of a diary/journal for my two loves. Now journaling is personally not something I’m really into, but this one is rather unique and something we can do together. I started it… Continue reading Book/Journal Must-have
As I reflect on 2016 and make goals for 2017, one of the things I know about myself is that when I try to make huge lifestyle changes, my failure rate is significantly higher than when I make small changes. And making those small changes can eventually lead to bigger, more influential changes. For example,… Continue reading One Small Change…