The past several Saturdays have been dedicated to books for educators. This weeks book is not written just for educators, but is a book that parents and teachers can benefit from reading – The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Child & Adolescent Psychology. If you’ve every taken an educational psychology book (I’m talk to the teachers […]
30 Things He Told Me But Can’t Tell You Because You Won’t Listen by Mischa P. Green is a how to book for women who feel the need to communicate with the men in their lives. Women often find men to be lacking in communication. The fact is simply that men and women communicate differently […]
This week I reread a book that I am excited to say I won this year during a presentation by the author. No Teacher Left Behind by Bryan Fiese. I was interested in the beginning because of the title. Yep, after so much emphasis has been put on the No Child Left Behind Legislation, I […]
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I consider myself very lucky that bedtime has never been a traumatic experience in my house. My daughter has always been super easy to put to bed. I think it’s because she’s always woke up early and played hard all day so by late evening/early night, she was exhausted. But that’s most certainly not always […]
Who Doesn’t Love Free Books?
Amazon is currently offering Sweet Baklava by Debby Mayne (value $13.99) for free for Kindle. It is also available as a free Nook book. Yep, you read that correctly – FREE! You never know how long Amazon will keep books for free – sometimes weeks, sometimes hours, so don’t delay. Head over and download it […]
Amazon is currently offering Code Blue by Richard L Mabry, MD (value $13.99) for free for Kindle. It is also available as a free Nook book. Yep, you read that correctly – FREE! You never know how long Amazon will keep books for free – sometimes weeks, sometimes hours, so don’t delay. Head over and […]
Challenges & Lists
This will be a short post, but I wanted to post that I’ve read one of the books on my 2009 Chick Lit Challenge list and TBR Book Challenge 2009 – Plum Spooky by Janet Evanovich. I won’t cover a real review here as I plan to do a separate post for that within the […]
I won’t officially start posting my progress on my book challenges until after our Grand Opening Party, but I wanted to go ahead and post about another challenge that I will be participating in this year – the 2009 Chick Lit Challenge. There was a time when I almost looked down on the term “chick […]
MonkeyReader.com Makes Children’s Literacy a Priority PHILADELPHIA, PA – MonkeyReader.com is the latest invention of Philadelphia-based founders, David Rivoire, and David Lenett. The website, launched in November 2010, is a new venture for the team designed to fill an underserved niche market for children’s literature, and most importantly, information and advice for parents on how […]
I haven’t updated to the newest version of my theme in a long time. Thought it was about time.