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Pink Cadillac

The clown is driving.  That’s the first problem.  He always goes too fast.  The monkey jumps onto his back, startling him.  That’s the second problem. 252 more words

Song Titles

chrissouthworth reblogged this on Bookworm Revolution and commented:

A little story for the little ones.

Chris Haughton

Chris Haughton is an Irish designer and children’s book author/illustrator who we’ve become huge fans of. We first read SHH! We have a plan (2014 Walker Books) at our local library, and it was such a hit that we just knew we had to buy a copy for home. 359 more words

Books And Activities

Carving my niche... with Barefoot Books

This blog came to life as an antidote to a post-PCS (Permanent Change of Station aka “our move”) funk that had left me feeling… well, funky.   876 more words

Stay At Home Mom

When I were a lad

Saturday afternoons with my family. Aaah. A far cry from the troubles of Monty Python’s Four Yorkshiremen.  (‘We ‘ad two bits o’ cold gravel, worked twenty-four hours a day at t’mill for sixpence every four years’). 389 more words


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I am a bookworm.

It seems quite strange to state such a simple ideal, the reason being I think everyone should be bookworms… Besides the possible emotional turmoil that may be inflicted on the reader and perhaps the loss of sleep as you excitedly clutch onto your book awaiting to find out the truths that have been bound inside, there are no negatives to being a bookworm. 119 more words

Children's Literacy

Hogwarts is mundane.

Booo. Hiss. I can feel the hate oozing down the lines. Hogwarts mundane? The school of witchcraft and wizardry where children learn transfiguration, potions, spells and quidditch…mundane? 357 more words

Children's Literacy

It's Never Too Late For Literacy

By: Ebonye Gussine Wilkins

I was recently reading an article about a father-turned-author because he was trying to encourage his child to read. The father had noticed his son’s vocabulary becoming stagnant, and he decided to do something about it by starting an in-home reading club. 352 more words