Posts Tagged ‘Reading’
KidLit BookDare September 2013
Welcome readers to the September BookDare. Not familiar with the BookDare? Here’s a quick review: Visit the blog each month for the 4 themes. Read a book for each theme. Talk about your books in the comments or on twitter (#BookDare). Get entered to win the prize. (Enter by posting the books you read in…Read More
KidLit BookDare August 2013
Wow. Just wow. I am blown away by the great response to the first ever KidLit BookDare reading challenge. Thank you to everyone who participated. That said, August is here, which means a whole new set of BookDares. Not familiar with the BookDare? Here’s a quick review: Visit the blog each month for the 4…Read More
What’s All This About Circles?
If you’ve been following the blog, you should know that my younger son, The Little One, sees the world differently than the rest of the family. We try to reach out to him in all different kinds of ways, music, art, games, and of course, books. One of my favorites to read with him is…Read More
I freely admit to being a bit of an Apple fanboy. Not as much as I used to be, but I do have a lot of Apple products in my house. In 1997 Apple began an advertising campaign called Think Different. It lasted about five years. You may remember it. I got to thinking about…Read More
Try Something New: BookDare, a Kidlit Reading Challenge
Do you enjoy reading kidlit? If the answer is yes, then you’re in the right spot. Welcome to the first ever Kidlit BookDare! So, what exactly is the Kidlit BookDare?Read More
Books: Pieces of Awesome You Can Carry.
The other day I found a box of books in the basement. This is not unusual as I ran out of shelf space a few years ago, and I keep a lot of books down there. I can hear the bibliophile’s groaning, but when it comes to books, I’m a bit of a hoarder. I…Read More
No one is as smart as everyone
I had a great post planned for today. It was full of bang and zip. It had all kinds of cool thoughts in it. And, it made absolutely no sense. As I said in a previous post, sometimes you need to fail to succeed. While I was pondering the mess that my post had become,…Read More