Resources to Help Kids Stay Busy During the Remainder of the School Year

This post contains affiliate links. A few weeks ago, my oldest is suddenly home from school and my family and I decided to supplement what she’s learned from school by having a simple homeschool routine for her. As of this week (the week this post is going up) our school system is busy preparing for online learning. We’ll be haring from their teacher on Thursday to see how this new set-up will work for everyone. Here are a list of resources I’ve gathered to help us through this transition. Keep in mind that links preceding a ($) were either purchased, […]

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SPL March Book: The Nickel Boys

The capacity to suffer. Elwood — and all the Nickel boys — existed in the capacity. Breathed in it, ate in it, dreamed in it. That was their lives now. Otherwise they would have perished. The beatings, the rapes, the unrelenting winnowing of themselves. They endured. But to love those who would have destroyed them? To make that leap? . . . Elwood shook his head. What a thing to ask. What an impossible thing. Whitehead, Colson. The Nickel Boys. p 172 When I found out our book club’s March pick was The Nickel Boys, I got excited. After all, […]

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Ep. 5 – July Wrap-Up, Currently Reading, and August Reading Plans

In today’s episode, I share with you the books I’ve read in July, what I’m currently reading, and my reading plans for the month of August. Click here for a list of books mentioned in this episode, along with other important links. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, feel free to subscribe, rate and review on a podcast platform of your choice. You can also follow and message me through Instagram, or through the comments sections in my blog. Thank you for listening! She Reads Again: Blog | Instagram | Goodreads

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Library Reads: April 2019

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 […]

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