Tag: Reviews

I Am Me Written and Illustrated By Jennifer Francis

Unique: Being the only one of it’s kind. This is what Page 26 of I Am Me tells us. And this book definitely fits that description. An empowering, playful book about all the many things a young girl can be, see how Goober and Mama felt when they read “I Am Me” By Jennifer Francis
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She Persisted By Chelsea Clinton

I live in a feminist household. It is a house where everyone can and does do everything, whether it’s cooking, cleaning, math, technology, no one has a single limitation in this family. Sometimes it’s difficult to raise independent and strong willed kids, but the benefits far out weigh the laundry, broken toys, bruises, and sass when we see our kids growing up to be kind, strong, and stalwart defenders of themselves, and those around them. It is for this reason that we picked up “She Persisted” by Chelsea Clinton last year, and why we still use it as a bed time story this year.
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Book Round Up: 5 Books (Kind of) About Spaghetti!

In honor of our recipe this week, I’ve put together a list of books you can read while eating SPAGHETTI. This list is a great reference for home school curriculums, book parties, themed days at libraries or schools, or just for adding some whimsy to your weekly spaghetti day! (I’m not the only one who has spaghetti day weekly, right?)

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