If you follow Read It, Make It! on Facebook, you probably saw my announcement last week that author Kate DiCamillo won the 2014 Newbery Medal.
We’re getting a new roof today. It’s exciting, in that we won’t have to worry about leaks. It’s unexciting, in that it’s a very expensive
And… it’s Thursday. And… the blog has been a little quiet. Sorry about that! To apologize, I’ll share a great series of early chapter books
Here’s a moment of mothering honesty: my kids have watched way, way, way too much TV in the last few days. It was the end
Because I am kind of a goose, I looked at my phone over the weekend and saw that snow was forecast for this week. My
Here’s another children’s vintage treasure from, you guessed it, Bound to Be Read Books. If you’re local to Atlanta, and you have been there yet,
Last summer, I happened to be in the right place to see some kiddos playing with these strange smooshy marbles in a tub of water.
In honor of the consumer madness that is today, and the fact that December begins on Sunday, I thought I’d share some Christmas choices with
It’s Wednesday (again), so we’re talking about vintage children’s books. This week’s selection is a little tricky, because the story itself is past vintage to
We are traveling this week, so posting will be spotty. My apologies to both of my dedicated fans. Clara brought me this book last night