If our family doesn’t have any other weekend plans (somewhat rare these days), we often take a trip out to the public library on Saturday morning. York Public Library has a really excellent children’s section. I found five great new picture books today — first I read them out loud to the boys, now it’s time to gather my thoughts in some reviews…
My son had a doctor’s appointment on Wednesday, and I was really impressed with the quality of the reading material in the waiting room. Sure, there were a few really dog-eared Mickey Mouse “Little Golden Books” and some older books which were obviously donations, but several were published within the last three years, which is pretty unusual for a hospital waiting room.
Three that struck me:
Since it’s school vacation week in Maine and I’m a teacher, I’ve got the week off. My husband and I dropped the kids at childcare and went off on a date this morning — first for breakfast, then to Barnes & Noble. I spent over an hour in the children’s section reading and people watching (both important tasks for a writer) while he browsed the science fiction section and drank coffee.
As a result, I have a handful of book reviews to share…
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