Books allow us to go beyond the movie, to dig deeper with more details shared by the author. They also give readers more opportunities to use their imaginations.
In my last post on food, I was please to see table manners addressed in Fizzy’s Lunch Lab: Super Supper Throwdown. I rounded up a few other titles on the subject. Mary… Continue reading
There is no great genius without a tincture of madness. –Aristotle I find geniuses and their lives fascinating, and I think Aristotle has identified why that is for me. It seems that the… Continue reading
I try to read broadly, through all levels and genres, but I will say that the majority of books I read are written for adults. However, I do read a good number of… Continue reading
False Memory by Dan Krokos. August 2012. 9781423149767. Gr. 7-12. Imagine waking up on a park bench with no memory of how you got there. You intuitively know your name and how old… Continue reading
When my younger son, Nathan, was 3, I realized that not all alphabet books were alike. While browsing in the library, we found The Handmade Alphabet by Laura Rankin. The great thing about… Continue reading