It is National Library Week the last week of April 23-29th 2023. To honor this week, I want to encourage you to use your library. You will learn why you should use your public library and what it offers you. There are so many free services and books for you.
It’s my annual Librarian’s Favorite Books from 2022. Favorite books for adults and middle grades you will want to read this year.
It’s my annual favorite things gift list. Each year I make a list to give you some gift ideas for Holidays and birthdays for your friends and family. My 2022 Favorite Things Gift List.
February is National Reading Month and I bring you my annual Librarian’s best books. Since my sister is the librarian and she has a book blog I am having her join you as our guest blogger. This is a compilation of her best adult books and middle-grade books. Librarian’s Best Books in 2021.
Celebrate with me, I have been blogging for four years. I have written 139 blogs to date since May 2018. If you want to know the story behind my blog, then read on about how I got started blogging.
Reading for enjoyment at home and in your spare time used to be the norm in most families. Today there are too many things competing with the book. Many moms, dads, and kids neglect reading for fun and consider it a task to complete for school or work. Let’s learn how to develop a culture of reading in families, schools, and churches.
Ever wish you could ask a librarian what books they recommend and what to read? I can do this any day I choose because I have sisters that are twins and they are both school library media specialists. They are sharing their lists of favorite books for adults and kids.
These are the things I know you will love and want to buy for yourself this Christmas, or give to a friend or family this season. Have fun trying My Favorite Things.
I got you covered with ideas for your kids, yourself or that summer bible study. See what family favorite books are on my table for summer reads.