...and what am I reading?
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This past week.....
I just finished "Candy and Me" by Hilliary Liften.
I'm in the middle of "The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott" which I am really enjoying.
But I got sidetracked by "What to Read When" by Pam Allyn, The books and stories to read with your child-and all the best times to read them.
Who knew that reading a non-fiction book about reading to children could make me cry? I am just so passionate about reading to children and I get so emotional about wanting my grandchildren to enjoy reading... I want to cuddle with them and read to them and I know that time is fleeting. They will be growing fast and I don't know if I can get all the reading in I want to share with them....that is why I bought this book for my son and his wife. So, they have a complete list of really good books (altho, they are Ivy League graduates, I doubt they need my help for picking books for their children). I bought this book for them... but by the time I give it to them it's going to be all bent pages and tear-stained and bookmarked, for things I thought were important.
I'm going to order 4 more books for all my sons and their families and keep this one for myself.
What to Read When is a celebration of storytelling, of new worlds to explore and the sense of endless possibility that parents and children can discover through books.
And I have my "Lit-Wits" Bookclub this coming Thursday and I must read "A Year on Ladybug Farm" by then. I haven't started it yet.
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