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BEST OUTER SPACE BOOKS FOR PRESCHOOLERS

July 2, 2019

Teddy is fascinated with outer space and the planets. I always try to make an effort to support and expand on Teddy's interests, and a great way to do that is with children's books. It was really difficult finding high quality outer space books. I'm picky with children's books and don't mess with bad cheesy illustrations and then to make sure the books were up-to date (R.I.P. Pluto!) with age-appropriate information seemed like an impossible task. As if an answer…

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Muffin Tin Monoprints + Circle

June 3, 2019
Muffin Tin Monoprints

This post contains affiliated links for your convenience. I only write about products I love and all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. For more information see┬áLegal. SHAPE TRILOGY The Shape Trilogy by best-selling author/illustrator duo Mac Barnett and Job Klassen is made up of three books about a group of shape friends. The books are named after the three shapes respectively, Circle, Square and Triangle. Each shape has their own unique personality. Triangle is mischievous, always playing sneaky…

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Best Children’s Books for Father’s Day

May 30, 2019

With Father's Day right around the corner I've come up with this list of modern picture books about dads. Some "I love daddy" books can be REALLY cheesy, but these books are sweet, a little silly and have great illustrations. Give dad the gift of making memories reading to his children...I mean, does he really need ANOTHER neck tie? Dad will love ending all of the Father's Day fun by reading one of these books to his little ones before…

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BOOKS FOR YOUR LITTLE TOUGH GUY

January 17, 2019
Tough Guys Have Feelings Too Keith Negley Review

I've always consider myself a feminist even from a young age in large part due to my mom. I grew up hearing stories of my mom working in non-gender traditional jobs like helicopter mechanic and alligator researcher (yea, really). She taught me about famous women like Marie Curie, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and dressed me up as Susan B. Anthony for Halloween. This influence has shaped how I parent my own kids. It makes my heart happy that my son will…

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