Category Archives: The Weekly Read

The fantastic flying books….

Entering in she asked “Oh, did you make those after reading The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr Morris Lessmore?” I half calked my head confused as to what she was talking about. I explained that I decided to fold books after admiring an Anthropologie in-store display, and then I asked to hear more about this […]

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Fairy Tales

“If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.” ―Albert Einstein   This collection in particular is my favorite for the wonderful illustrations as much as the stories.  It reminds me of a large collection at my grandmother’s house […]

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Building a library & book plates

A few people have asked for tips on building up a child’s library collection inexpensively, and I’m not an expert, but thought it might be worth a post to share some sources and tips.  I’d love to hear any ideas you have too (any excuse to buy more books). I’m pretty sure that access to […]

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The Weekly Read: Audiobooks

My oldest girl gave up naps a while ago, but I insist on a “quite time” and we’ve tried a variety of activities to keep her occupied.  Full length audiobooks are the golden ticket!  She now skips off happily to quite time, and even asks for extensions if she’s in the middle of a good […]

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The Weekly Read: Mother Goose

My three year old can not hear this book enough.  She asks for “the rhyming book” first thing in the morning and has an amazing amount of it memorized, so I hear these things all day long . . . even on days where I’ve hidden the book for a little break from the madness. […]

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