Tag: books

Children’s Books Christmas Countdown: There’s an Elf in Your Book

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Children’s Books Christmas Countdown: Snow Bunny’s Christmas Gift

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Children’s Books Christmas Countdown: Maple & Willow’s Christmas Tree

Disclosure: the book images and links in this post are linked to Amazon.com through the Amazon Affiliates Program. Should you choose to buy one of these books using my links, it will not cost you even a penny more than if you found the listing on Amazon independently. However, Amazon will pay me a tiny …

Book Review: The Summer Series by Jenny Han

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Review: The Summer Series The Summer I Turned Pretty It’s Not Summer Without You We’ll Always Have Summer By Jenny Han Published by Simon & Schuster, 2009, 2010, 2011 Reading format: physical books checked out from my local libraries Disclosure: the book images and titles in this post are linked to Amazon.com through the Amazon …

Book Review: I’d Rather Be Reading

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Review: I’d Rather Be Reading: a library of art for book lovers By Guinevere de la Mare (with essays by Maura Kelly, Ann Patchett, and Gretchen Rubin) Published by Chronicle Books, 2017 Reading format: physical book checked out from my local library Disclosure: the book cover image at the bottom of this post is linked …

My Love Affair with Libraries

Libraries are... quote by Greer

For as long as I can remember, libraries have been a source of joy.   Childhood The earliest memories of libraries I can recall involve summer reading programs. My brother and I would load up on books and then typically finish the entire program in the first week. It wasn’t long before we were “leveling …