Winter-readingsnowflakeBrrrr!  We have turned the corner into more winter-y weather.  And with the holidays coming, we look forward to cozy times curling up with a book and a cup of hot chocolate (or tea or coffee).  So grab your favorite beverage as  the reading adventure continues.  As we turn to the remaining weeks of the year, even more fantastic new books are hitting the shelves. We can hardly keep up with all the good reads–but we’re doing our best.  We notice some themes emerging in our reading recommendations.  We’re excited to share a lot of terrific new books for tweens and teens.  YA lovers, too. And some hot off the presses books to share with the early readers and toddlers in your life.   We think they’re  perfect for your end of the year “to do” list.  Hope you’ll also share your finds with us.   Happy Reading!
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8 Responses to NEW!

  1. I love, love, love your site! I am on my way to the library now with a list of books you’ve recommended to check out. Thank you!

  2. Meghan says:

    You made my day! Thank you! If there are ever any special book types or ages you’re interested in, let us know… we’re always happy to have an excuse to explore a new subject or idea.

  3. I have a four year old girl who loves books, so if there is a subject she’s burning to know more about I will make a request. :) Thank you!

  4. marydventura says:

    Yeah! Don’t forget Free Comic Book Day!!! This Saturday, May 7th!

  5. rosefamily says:

    I know! This is the firs year I’m taking the kids… I can’t wait.

  6. mariandog says:

    Ha, that is so cute picture, little mouse :D

  7. Jane Watson says:

    What are suggested book titles to read as an introduction to a Parent Workshop ELA K – 2 and Grades 3 – 5. Something to get parents motivated about sharing books with their child.

  8. ruthlit says:

    I would suggest the above link to share with parents, or some of the lists from within it. They could choose from classic read-aluds to “read by myself” books. Let me know what you decide! I’d love to hear how your workshop goes!

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