A year ago, I posted about our favorite not-so-scary Halloween books, so I thought I’d follow tradition and post again.
I’m especially enthusiastic if the X or Q are creative alternatives to “xylophone” or “quilt.” Actually, I habitually flip to those pages to see if the book is worth reading.
I’ve been losing a lot of valuable reading time these days succeeding at my other literary hobby: Finding amazing books at the library.
My kiddos love spotting Momo in all three books, and I think they’d be a great activity for kids to do without Mama’s help. Those are some of my favorite options.
I am in the middle of what’s about to be a very fun week, so I thought I’d drop a quick Top Three List before my week’s end really gets cranked up.
Since I found myself distracted by my beloved fiction novels, I thought I’d give a rundown of what I’m reading. Oh, and I figured I’d give you a list of what George has on his reading agenda as well.
Here are some fun, not-too-scary Halloween books for you to peruse. My advice? Hit up your library immediately. I’m always too late for holiday books, so my son gets to hear Christmas books in about February. True story.
One day in our living room, I found myself studying our shelf of library books (I keep them separate from our personal books Mama would go mad looking for lost library books). I noticed something fun and clever.