I will admit it. There are times when I do not feel like praying. I will also admit that during those times, I won’t. I am guilty. I fall into the trap of allowing anything and everything to get in the way of my …Read More
Few works of literature have had the cultural reach of John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress. That’s pretty amazing—who would have thought an adventure story that …
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Next time you have the chance, listen to a child pray. The younger, the better. You will hear them praying a blessing over everything from grandpa and grandma to their beloved pet. While it may seem silly to pray for a frog, dog, cat, or …Read More
The Mercy Watson books are delightful with memorable characters and work well as read alouds, chapter books, and books for new readers.
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The Klondike Kid, Book One: Sailing for Gold, by Deborah Hopkinson, illustrated by Bill Farnsworth and published by Aladdin Paperbacks is the first story in a series of three books for children six- to nine-years-old. It centers around a boy named Davey and the Alaskan Gold Rush of 1897. Davey Hill is on his own. […]Read More
West Meadows Detectives, The Case of the Snack Snatcher was written by Liam O’Donnell, illustrated by Aurelie Grand and published by Owlkids Books (2015). This short mystery (124 pages) is appropriate for emerging independent readers, grades 2-4. Myron, the main character, is in the third grade and starting at a new school. He’s not happy […]Read More