Kiddos are back in school and we are reading a variety of books, some assigned and others selected individually. Here's a few titles we have read so far.
My youngest celebrates his birthday at the end of July (along with Harry Potter). This year I asked for his help to rank a few birthday-themed books, and here are the results.
While we enjoy our summer fun, I plan to keep my boys reading, and book series help me do just that. Here are a few, some we've started, some are on the list to be read next, but all should be fun with a dash of humor.
As my boys have grown, many things have changed, including the books they read. I often like to pick up the book they are reading in class and read along on my own. It's given me a broader reading list, as well as an opportunity to engage my kiddos in conversation. Here are a few of our recent reads.
Sometimes life isn't what you are expecting. Creating your own happiness and taking on an attitude of gratitude can go a long ways to lift your spirits as well as the spirits of those around you.
Following a visit to Pearl Harbor, my oldest son became very interested in learning more about historical battles. He read through all sorts of books on a variety of topics, and here are a few.
The best (easiest) way to keep my boys reading is to get them hooked on a series. Here are a few we've enjoyed this year.
This fall my youngest son has been making new friends at school and finding new favorite book characters as he continues to develop as a reader in first grade. Here are a few we love!
Check out these space-themed books this summer, and register you and your family for the Summer">https://www.midcolumbialibraries.org/summer-reading-challenge">Summer Reading Challenge for a chance to win!