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Tuesdays with Morrie: An Old Man, a Young Man, and Life's Greatest Lessons
Belle, The Last Mule at Gee's Bend: A Civil Rights Story - A great book I recommend you read to your 2nd grader. The kids in Ayaan's class loved it!
Fool for Love (The McCarthys of Gansett Island, Book 2)
Maid for Love (The McCarthys of Gansett Island, Book 1) - GREAT series!
This one still makes me cry. "I'll love you forever, I'll like you for always, As long as I'm living my baby you'll be."
50 Questions to Ask your Spouse on a Date Night. Pretty interesting/deep questions that 1) don't really involve the kids and 2) probably don't come up on a regular basis! I need to remember this for the future!
500 places to take your kids before they grow up... i'm betting this will stress me out :)
We LOVE this book! I'm having one of those days right now. Making preparations to move to Australia. ;-)
(age 4-8) Familiar mother-daughter nightly ritual of combing the tangles out of her hair. When she cries because it hurts, her mother tells her how lucky she is to have such beautiful hair. Imaginatively, the woman goes on to say that she can spin it into a fine, soft bun or "plant rows of braids" along her scalp, prompting her daughter to think of other wonderful things she likes about her hair. basketball, african americans, black hair, fiction books, baby girls, beauty, children book, mentor text, black girls
Got to remember to get this for baby girl
Chocolate Me! Good for beginning of year, talking about differences, importance of being kind, that we all have something important to contribute to the world. kid books, little red, chocolates, reading levels, kindergarten lessons, picture books, african american history, children books, little miss
No matter how you got stuck in a pit and no matter how long you've been there, whether you deserve it or not, your Redeemer is waiting, and He promised that you can get out of that pit once and for all. Drawing from the text of Psalm 40 and her own time in the pit, author Beth Moore encourages readers that no matter what has come before, there is deliverance and healing in Christ and it's yours to claim. book read, favorit book, moor book
I'm reading this book again. I've really learned a lot!