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Kids’ Books to Remember and Some Links For Your Week

I’ve had a wonderful week, even though the Chicago area weather insists upon being gray and gloomy! I spent time with both of my sisters, two of my nieces and some good friends, and finally finished my week by celebrating our son’s birthday. What could be better than that? As a result, I haven’t spent as […]

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Kids’ Books to Remember for January

In January, I’m always a little sad that autumn and the holidays are past, but in another way it’s good to get the house back to normal (although I’m finding it hard to locate everything I put away in all of those places I was sure I’d remember!) and back into a routine. I think we’re […]

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Kids’ Books to Remember and Some Links for your Holiday Week

As I was working out on this snowy, cold morning, I realized that Christmas Eve is just a week away! I love all of the lights, the music and the special times with friends and family. I plan to savor every moment! I hope that you find some quiet time to cuddle with your kids […]

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KIDS’ BOOKS TO REMEMBER AND SOME LINKS FOR MOM AND DAD

Happy Monday! December weekends can be so busy, but I hope you’ve found some time to curl up with your kiddos and share some books, along with a cup of hot chocolate! This week, I thought I’d include some of my favorite Christmas books in the latest edition of my “Kids’ Books to Remember” post. Of course, […]

36 Chapter Book Gifts for Kids

Are you wondering what books to get for the kids on your list? I have 36 books from different genres that are sure to excite your children and will help you find the perfect chapter book gifts! chapter book gifts: realistic fiction Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt. Ally is dyslexic and has no faith […]

Kids’ Books to Remember and some Favorite Links

What a wonderful week it has been in our house! I am so thankful that much of my family gathered to celebrate Thanksgiving. It all began with the preparations and the cooking (which is half the fun) and ended with a delicious dinner last night with all of my kids. In between, we had a […]

Kids’ Biographies for the Living History Museum

A month ago, I heard from a friend and she was in a panic! Her third grader arrived home with his culminating project for the quarter, and it was a big one. He needed to choose a historical figure, read a biography about that person, AND write an ORAL presentation that he would present at the school’s living […]

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Friendship Books for Kids

I saw this quote on Facebook recently, and I thought it was so true. ” We need to care less about whether our children are academically gifted and more about whether they sit with the lonely kid in the cafeteria.”  I had been struggling with finding a theme for this post, and then after reading […]

Our Pilgrimage to the Eric Carle Museum

Last Tuesday was the big day! My husband and I made our pilgrimage to The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst, MA. The mission of the museum is to inspire a love of art and reading through picture books. It definitely fulfills this mission! Presently, there are three exhibits on display – Robert McCloskey, […]

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