First Line Friday Featuring: The Angel Tree by Daphne Bendis-Grab

First Line Friday is a weekly linkup hosted at Reading is My Superpower. To participate, share the first line of a book of your choice, add the link to the linkup on the host’s page, and check out what others are reading and sharing! This is also day 4 of my 12 Days of Christmas 2021 mini-series.

Unraveled Wednesday // December 8, 2021

Unraveled Wednesday is a linkup hosted by As Kat Knits highlighting current projects, books we’re reading, and relevant yarn industry news/info/discussions. I recently finished up the two carseat blankets I have been working on this semester for a friend. I had more fun than I anticipated working on these blankets, especially given the fact that I did not... Continue Reading →

5 Authors I’m Thankful I Read Recently

I had a plan for this post to be much more detailed and to talk about the reasons I am glad I read these authors recently, but as I'm currently trying not to drown in a fairly massive research-based school project, that didn't end up being feasible. Please know that the following authors are ones... Continue Reading →

5 Books I’m Thankful I Read As A Child

Hello, Reader! In honor of (American) Thanksgiving being this week, I am going to share a few posts about books that I am thankful to have read. Today's post kicks this off with 5 books I am thankful I read as a child. These were some of my favorite books growing up and played a significant role in shaping how I look at the world. With as much time as I have spent this semester reading and talking about the newest children's books, I have enjoyed taking a little time to think about the books from my own childhood. I hope you enjoy reading along, too!

WWW Wednesday {11/17/2021}

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme currently hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. The three W’s stand for the following questions: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next? To participate, make a post or comment answering the three questions, link up to the host (Sam)’s post, and check out... Continue Reading →

Children’s Book Review: A Nest for Celeste by Henry Cole

Celeste is not your average mouse. She lives alone, quietly weaving baskets with creative flair under the floor boards of the Oakley Plantation. However, Celeste’s world turns upside down with the arrival of the great naturalist John James Audubon and his assistant Joseph, who have come to study and paint the birds of the Louisiana bayou...

Wrapping Up October 2021

Hello, Reader. I'm running a bit low on time to blog these days because of school work, so for a little while I may not be writing as many substantial introductions to my posts as I used to. Instead we're just going to jump into the meat of the post. Enjoy!

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