13 Works Of Nonfiction And Memoir That We Loved In 2013
13 Nonfiction Books must peruse this list for K, non fiction is where she stands firmly. Why? The crap fiction made to read in school. She rebeled, just could NOT get behind soppy fiction they think kids should read. She was reading the National Geographic in Kindergarten....actually, started summer before, as soon as I taught her to read, speak/enunciate (language disorder) . First month in Kindergarten she went to computer lab, and wrote a poem. An AMAZING POEM. About herself, preK..
Book tree. A novel idea on creating your tree. Happy Holiday! Photo taken at the Houston Public Library Central Library (stylized), 2013. To contact HPL visit www.houstonlibrary.org or call 832-393-1313.
15 Books That Will Help Get You Out Of Your Reading Slump
Forget about the plot, The Sorrows of Young Werther is one of the most beautifully written books I have ever read. Goethe’s phrasing and word choice is so inspiring I often find myself opening the book to a random page and absorbing the words.