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To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, the Top Ten Children’s Books to read to your children during Hispanic Heritage Month, as told by a Librarian’s wife.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: I love to read! And I hope to pass my love for books on to my children. Christmas is a great season for reading – there are a wealth of good books available! Some of my favorites: When I was little, my dad would recite […]
I love free stuff! I’ve recently started collecting coupons to make sure I get things for free or nearly free. So, naturally when I thought of this summer and the activities with the kiddos you bet I’d be on the lookout for things we can do that are completely free or nearly free. Here’s what […]
By the month of May, I am ready to be done with the homework and reading logs. The thought of having a little less responsibility as a parent is such a good feeling. When June rolls around, I am as happy for this much needed break as my kiddos. But as a former reading specialist, I […]
A few weeks ago I got a call from a friend asking for ideas on what to get his wife for Mother’s Day. I couldn’t come up with anything right away which got me thinking well what would moms out there really want?? And not only that but with Mother’s Day now only being a […]
Pick up a book and read today! Read silently, aloud, and especially to your kids!