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A Jewish look at Thanksgiving

My third grader came home yesterday talking about a book that her teacher was reading aloud to the class - Molly's Pilgrim. Since Thanksgiving is two days away, it is good to be taking a look at different perspective when it comes to this holiday. I'm thrilled that her teacher shared this book with their... Continue Reading →

Adventures in Summer Reading

Summer is upon us and that means that it is time to find ways to keep kids engaged with their books and reading. Getting J to read isn't a problem, but I would like to find ways to spice it up for the summer. I also really want to encourage her to keep writing about... Continue Reading →

Reading Ron Roy

I realized the other day that I have really been focusing on picture books and not giving any updates on the chapter books that J is reading. Granted, a big part of this is because she is so obsessed with Harry Potter that she reads them over and over and over again leaving little room... Continue Reading →

classic chapter books

I haven't been posting much recently because J has gotten sucked into the world of Harry Potter. I encouraged her to start reading book 1 with me just after Halloween to try something outside of her normal style and she just finished book 2 tonight. What started as me doing most of the reading, and... Continue Reading →

our library haul

September is national library card sign-up month. If you hadn't already figured it out, I would be completely and utterly lost without the local public library. Buying books is great, but finding books in the library allows us to read a much wider variety of great books. I still have fond memories of the library... Continue Reading →

A very determined Goldie

There are many retellings of the classic Goldilocks and the three bears. Most stick pretty close to the original story - girl enters house uninvited, eats everyone's porridge, breaks poor baby bear's chair, falls asleep in baby's bed and runs away when the bears return. The story is always a pleaser, but "Goldie and the... Continue Reading →

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