These are books I've read and enjoyed. I taught 6th grade for awhile, and many are beloved books I shared with my students. I found others much later in life when I once again found time to read for fun!
15 Books You Can’t Put Down
Books You Can't Put Down
Judith Viorst, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day | 15 Wonderful Quotes About Life From Children's Books
This site is awesome. Type in your favorite book and it will list 20 others similar to it. :)
Well then look out world bc in the past few months I've read Catherine the Great, Cleopatra, Warrior Princesses of the Mongols, Mary Queen od Scots, Marie Antionette, and the Hunger Games (to name a few). I must be one badass chick!! food for thought, vampires, wizards, reading quotes, poster, reading books, novels, people, oscar wilde quotes
I think is true for both books and screen. The writing in a film should be just as vivid and concise as any novel. You can see the rain on screen, but if the mood isn't there, if the characters aren't right, it's just rain. books, novel writing inspiration, inspiration for writers, book writing, the reader, writing quotes, creative writing, feelings, change quotes
I really enjoyed this book...true story, and fascinating!
The Girl Who Owed a City by O.T. Nelson - read it to my 6th graders and they loved it! So did I.
On Becoming Babywise. Resource for teaching babies to self-soothe and sleep through the night. Via the Elliott Homestead.
Its all about choices and raising children to be independent thinkers and responsible teenagers/adults. I have moments when I think "this is a teaching moment" thanks to this book...and I learned how to do it. parents, the real, children respons, young children, parenting books, babi, reading lists, logic, books for kids
Parenting with Love and Logic
Water for Elephants