Tag Archives: children’s books

Just Not Her Thing?

When my son was little, it became obvious very quickly that books were one of his favorite things. As soon as he could sit and coordinate his hands he would flip through pages on his own, and he would bring … Continue reading

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5 Minute Object Lesson: Secret Pizza Party

Of all the presents under the tree, the one that has brought the most giggles is the book “Secret Pizza Party” by Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri. After just a few readings we were all craving pizza but we couldn’t … Continue reading

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Looking at Children’s Books with a Literary Eye

I was catching up on podcasts in the car this morning and a Slate Culture Gabfest from a few weeks ago caught my attention. Taking inspiration from a New York Times piece exploring Goodnight Moon from a writer’s perspective, they … Continue reading

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