A Busy Mom’s Reading List

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It’s a new year. School is back in session. Dance season has picked back up. Life is getting busy again for me – and so many of you. Each month in my homeschool, I assign my 5th grader a “required” reading list. This list consists of books I want her to read rather than books […]

Pretend Play Activities for Spot’s Snowy Day

Pretend Play Activities for Spot's Snowy Day - plus, modifications and teaching cues {LibraryAdventure.com}

My son loves to read. (Hear this momma reader shout some praise?) Even with his variety of special needs, he continues to amaze us how he absorbs what he reads in various ways. So, naturally, I often plan our home preschool units based around a book or multiple books on a theme. We love to […]

George Washington’s Secret Six: The Spy Ring That Saved the American Revolution (a Review)

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I just finished reading George Washington’s Secret Six: The Spy Ring that Saved the Revolution. I mentioned this book for my Gift Guide for Adult Readers, solely on the basis that one of my dearest friends helped develop the book. I knew it would be good, but now I can unequivocally say this without reservation: […]

12 Books on My To Read List this Year

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I love reading books. I’m a bibliophile. There are so many books out there that I want to read and sometimes I just don’t have the time…but this next year, I want to make a point of reading something every month, whether it is just one book or a series. I have some books that […]

Multicultural Children’s Book Day


Today, contributor Valarie is going to tell you about an initiative she is a co-founder of. This wonderful project is called Multicultural Children’s Book Day. After you read the post, help us spread the word by sharing it! Why Multicultural Children’s Book Day Mia Wenjen from Pragmatic Mom and I, Valarie Budayr from Jump into […]