*This post contains affiliate links* For my second episode, I wanted to introduce you all to a series which started as blog posts and I would now like to turn into podcast episodes. Library Reads is a series about the books my daughter borrows from the library. We don’t necessarily end up reading all of the books we borrow from the library, but the ones we do sometimes would be read multiple times in the three weeks we have them. Books mentioned in this episode: I Yam A Donkey by Cece Bell (Indigo.ca) Rashad’s Ramadan and Eid Al-Fitr by Lisa […]
*This post contains affiliate links* Welcome to the podcast’s very first episode! Book/s mentioned in this episode: What If It’s Us by Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera Amazon | Indigo.ca Please be advised that this episode contains spoilers so feel free to hit pause if you would like to read or listen to the book spoiler free. Otherwise, I hope you enjoy this episode! Listen on iTunes / Apple PodcastsListen on StitcherListen on Google PlayListen on SpotifyListen on a platform of your choice: podcast RSS feed She Reads Again: Blog | Instagram | Goodreads If you enjoyed listening to this episode, feel free to subscribe, rate and review on a […]
Hi everybody! Welcome to She Reads Again, The Podcast! I hope you’ll enjoy listening to these episodes as much as I enjoy making them. You can follow me through Instagram or through my blog. I’m so excited to share my love of reading and of books with all of you! My very first episode will be up next week, so stay tuned!
Library Reads is a monthly wrap-up of what my toddler pulls out of the library shelves to read before bed. Sometimes we get to read them all, sometimes we don’t. *** What we read this month: Hi, Harry! (Martin Waddell) – Meet Harry the tortoise who is looking for someone to play slow games, like Slow Races, with him; and who understands how great it is being slow. Do You Want To Be My Friend? (Eric Carle) – We follow a little mouse in search of the best friend or companion for him. A Isn’t For Fox: An Isn’t Alphabet […]