He doesn’t particularly like to get his hands dirty. And he won’t eat anything that grows in the ground.
I never expected to have imaginary friends living in my house. I mean, I had kids, so I always knew it’d generally be a possibility. But, apparently, it’s now a reality.
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 love to read them aloud to my children, and I love marveling at the talent behind the words.
I’ve been losing a lot of valuable reading time these days succeeding at my other literary hobby: Finding amazing books at the library.
And this long-winded story brings us to today’s recommended picture-book author: Ryan T. Higgins.
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.
We’ve discovered a few fun counting books over the years, so I thought I’d share. Some are a bit annoying, as they force the reader to make sound effects. Of course, these are the ones the toddler returns to over and over and…
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.
When you go to a children’s book conference, you learn about great children’s books and how they’re made. I thought I’d give you a brief rundown of my new favorites.