Back when Life Your Way was Organizing Your Way, we used to do a weekly “Question of the Day” feature, and I thought it would be fun to bring it back from time to time! Last night I bought books for our upcoming school year, which is my very, very favorite part of homeschooling. Don’t […]
I love children’s books with a passion, but I especially love picture books! When I first began adding treasuries to our library almost 10 years ago (many of them recommended by Sonlight), I wasn’t sure I was a fan. These anthologies took my beloved picture book from a light, easy-to-hold-while-juggling-babies-and-toddlers book to a thing that […]
My goal is to actually read 100 books this year (a goal I’ve set every year for the past few years but never quite hit), which means 25 books over the three months of summer. The trouble is that I always end up reading less when we travel and are on the go, and we’re […]
As the mother of four girls, I love that books with strong female characters abound for every age: Nancy Drew and Annie (from the Magic Tree House) set out on adventures to solve mysteries and help those in need. Hermione is unabashedly smart, never pretending to be dumb around boys or other girls, and her […]
2013 was a good reading year for me. I’d hoped to hit 100 books read, and while I didn’t quite make it thanks to 6 weeks of severe morning sickness and several months of working doubletime to prepare for my maternity leave, I’m still pretty excited by what I read.
The following post is from Lisa of The Pennington Point: If you’re like me, you have a bunch of odd books. Paper backs, bright colors, torn bindings…but I don’t have the heart to get rid of them. After all, I may want to read that again someday! However, I didn’t like the messiness that they […]
As we kick off the new year (although I guess it’s not too new anymore…), I wanted to share some book recommendations for your reading list this year. These are books that I’ve read, are on my to-read list or come highly recommended from others. Green living is about a lot more than just avoiding […]