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Whether your child is already an avid reader or you are searching for that special book to spark his/her lifelong love of reading, you’re in the right place.
I've been wanting to write a post about my favorite middle-grade series for a while, but it's so hard to write. I guess I'm afraid I won't get it right. Because I really do want you to love The Wingfeather Saga as much as I do. And now that I've read/listened through...read more
Books for Christmas are pretty much a staple at my house. The books I owned myself as a child hold a special place in my heart. In fact, I still have most of them to this day. Other presents my kids receive they will eventually break or grow out of. But a good book is...read more
Growing up in San Antonio, I've always known about well-respected pastor and author Max Lucado. So when I got a chance to review a copy of his latest children's book, Itsy Bitsy Christmas: You're Never Too Little for His Love, I jumped on it. If you'd like a chance to...read more
This isn't what I had planned on posting this month. But my heart has been heavy reading responses from friends on both sides of the aisle to the recent presidential election. There is fear of racism and persecution (and now actual occurrences of such). There are...read more
My kids know that sometimes their mama cries while reading. Ok, so it happens fairly often. But I'm not sure I've ever cried reading a wordless book before. Until today. The Girl and the Bicycle by Mark Pett is a beautiful story of longing and friendship told entirely...read more
I’m celebrating my two-year blogiverary! That’s right, I’ve been writing a book related post nearly ever week for two years! That’s over 100 posts! And I'm celebrating with some news and not one giveaway, but TWO! News and Changes And I’ve got some other exciting...read more
As a Christian parent, I can read books all day to my kids, but if I'm failing to read God's word to them, what good am I really doing? I know I need this reminder to read our children's Bibles with my kids even when our days get busy. But with all of the children's...read more
I just finished Wonder by RJ Palacio. Maybe I should say, I just finished sobbing through the ending of Wonder. My kids know it's not the tragic things that make me cry. It's the sentimental ones. And this book certainly knows how to tug on your heartstrings. In case...read more