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Blind Spots: What You Don’t See Can Hurt You – Tim Riddle and Fil Anderson

Blind Spots: What You Don’t See Can Hurt You is an interesting book. Using a biblical perspective, it explores recognizing and addressing our blind spots. Riddle and Anderson write with a conversational tone and use many personal examples which enhance the text. Although this book is highly readable, the content cannot help but challenge the […]

The Boy Who Cried Bigfoot – Scott Magoon

The Boy Who Cried Bigfoot is a fun spin on the story of The Boy Who Cried Wolf. This one is filled with darling illustrations as well as some great vocabulary. It also teaches an important life lesson.

Title: The Boy Who Cried Bigfoot! Author: Scott Magoon Genre: Juvenile Fiction Publisher: Simon and Schuster Release Date:

February 5, 2013



East Dragon, West Dragon – Robyn Eversole

East Dragon, West Dragon is an enjoyable tale of two dragons who live on opposite sides of the world and like it that way. Each of the dragons has a healthy degree of fear about the other, but a day comes when they meet each other. This little gem has a big message that is […]

Don’t Blink – Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Don’t Blink is a great little book. It is an interactive tale which features a darling little grey owl. This story is a perfect bedtime story especially for little ones who may be a bit reluctant for the day to end.


Way Back Wednesday – First Day of School

Today is our daughter’s first day of middle school, and the message of The Dot seemed the perfect way to start the year. Looking forward to a great one!

The Dot is perhaps my favorite picture book of all time. The Dot introduces us to Vashti a little girl who is not very eager […]

Blogging Vacation

Enjoying this last full week before school starts to the fullest with our little lady. My next new post will published on Wednesday, August 14th.