Dog Loves Drawing by Louise Yates

As one would expect, each of my three kids has a unique set of talents and interests. It is always fascinating, though, when they combine those talents to create something together. My son is a storyteller. He was a born talker and loves to delve into the world of imagination. I think this is whyContinue reading “Dog Loves Drawing by Louise Yates”

The Red Book by Barbara Lehman

It’s been a house full of sick kids this week. It’s come with the usual stress and worry and extra work, but it also comes with many, many opportunities to read out loud to children who are too tired to run around. I took the chance to go through the bookshelf and pull out someContinue reading “The Red Book by Barbara Lehman”

Bink & Gollie by Kate Camillo and Alison McGhee

My oldest is an enormous fan of comic book stores. It’s like he has an internal GPS that enables him to locate any shop within a 3 mile radius. His interest in these stores started with his love of superheroes but has now grown to include graphic novel adapations of books he loves — classicContinue reading “Bink & Gollie by Kate Camillo and Alison McGhee”