Category Archives: Books

Early Readers

Happy New Year! In our house, we are at the stage of needing early readers. My kindergartener needs to read books to us to meet one of his school’s requirements. Thank goodness for Dr. Seuss and early readers created around favorite … Continue reading

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Indie Kids & Anathema

So I did it again. I disappeared on y’all. I didn’t mean to, but life caught up to me. Medical issues and writing and work. You know—stuff. Anyway, I’ve decided that rather than focus this blog on writing, I’ll focus … Continue reading

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The Only One Club

In The Only One Club by Jane Naliboff, a little girl discovers she is the only Jewish child in the class, so starts a club to make herself feel special. She soon learns that everyone wants to feel special, and … Continue reading

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Elephant & Piggie

I can’t just single out one title – we love all the Elephant & Piggie (by Mo Willems) books we’ve read so far. And the most exciting thing right now, is that my 5-year-old wants to read them himself. He’s … Continue reading

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Is Your Buffalo Ready for Kindergarten?

From Goodreads:  Your buffalo is growing up. He plays with friends. He shares his toys. He’s smart! But is he ready for kindergarten? (And is kindergarten ready for him?) Is Your Buffalo Ready for Kindergarten? is a hilarious look at … Continue reading

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When Cows Fly

I have When Cows Fly by Tom Watson on my Kindle and it is a super popular bedtime option with my children when we travel.  FYI: This is a free ebook available all over the web. A rhyming book with … Continue reading

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Can’t Sleep Without Sheep

In Can’t Sleep Without Sheep, by blogger/author/friend Susanna Leonard Hill, Ava counts a lot of sheep, which causes her fence-jumping sheep to tire of the job. They promise her they will find a replacement. But the pigs would rather eat … Continue reading

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