There may be affiliate links in this post. If you make a purchase after clicking one of my links, I may get a small commission. Looking for children's fall books? There are several autumn-themed books to pick from. Fall is a lovely season, especially for youngsters. There's the wonder (and science!) of changing leaves and... Continue Reading →
Train Wreck Kitchen: Sausage and Peppers
Mom life is hard. Wake up. Get dressed. Get small people ready. Work. Then you need to feed them. Lather. Rinse. Repeat. Every day. It's exhausting. That's why I'm giving you one of my go to recipes. This is quick and easy. Can't say cheap because nothing is anymore. Seriously, $35 for a 10 pound... Continue Reading →
The Call from School
Well, train wrecks, it happened. One month in, and the phone call I've been waiting for since he was in kindergarten finally happened. Let me throw some background here. I've talked about my T Rex. He's a little much sometimes. He has trouble focusing and staying on task. He gets frustrated when he makes a... Continue Reading →
Utah State Board of Education policy allows book bans; first books banned
The Utah State Board of Education finally decided on a new policy addressing the kind of books that can be read in public classrooms, after months of discussion on the topic. The newly developed "library materials model policy" provides comprehensive direction for the kind of resources that should be included in collections as well as how to address concerns over particular works.
Schools, Libraries, & Pride
It's Pride Month. So, naturally people are banning books. And I'm mad about it.
52 Weekly Challenges to Embrace Your Inner Bookworm
Resolutions and objectives for accomplishing, performing better, and changing the elements of one’s life that aren’t functioning or might work better come with the new year. Of course, for readers, this means establishing a lot of objectives for what they want to read or how much time they want to devote to their reading with a new calendar in front of them. But maybe, instead of establishing some lofty objectives — or perhaps besides those lofty goals — you’re seeking for something more manageable. Consider this collection of weekly reading challenges a chance to broaden your reading horizons and cross off a variety of fresh, imaginative, and witty literary bucket list items over the following 52 weeks.
Last Minute Gift Ideas For Non-Bookworms
We're getting close to it's almost too late. And it was brought to my attention that not everyone wants books or book themed gifts. I told my husband that I understood those words but not in that order.
Book Review – Riley’s Ghost
"Riley's always felt alone in middle school. She's not alone anymore."
My Most Popular Posts and Why I Love Them
The year is coming to an end. So I figured why not share the most popular posts and why I love them. Sort of a wrap up, if you will.
Easy DIY Bookworm Costume
Have I mentioned I'm in a love affair with Pinterest? Sad, but true. See, I love Pinterest because it gives me ideas. Sometimes, I'm bold enough to assume I can actually complete the project with decent looking results. This is one such case.