I realize I order a lot of books from Amazon. Sometimes in Kindle version, sometimes in book form… I’m still a bit old school and love the feel of holding a book and turning the pages and the smell of a book. While perusing Amazon recently I ordered just such
As a child, Dr. Seuss was one of my favorite authors. And today, I still have him high on my list. Theodor Seuss Geisel had a gift of making reading fun. Kids of all ages enjoy his books. His imagination was nothing short of genius. I found this photo from
The concept is simple — pick a favorite poem, fold it up and put it in your pocket. Then throughout the day, share it with your family, friends, co-workers, anyone who will listen. I won't literally have a poem in pocket, though… I will have mine on my iPhone. I
Dr. Seuss books are definitely some of my all-time favorites. Even today, as an adult, I enjoy reading 'Cat in the Hat', 'Green Eggs and Ham', 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas', and my favorite, 'Fox in Sox'. No other author has brought so much fun and imagination to young kids
Source: flickr.com via Donna on Pinterest Two of my favorite things are reading and taking long relaxing baths. When I can do both of these things at the same time… heaven. Did you know there was a National Reading in the Bathtub Day? Well, there is. Today, February 9,
Wow, it's day 4 of my 30 Days About Me challenge. If you've been reading along, I've joined in the fun started by Toni over at A Daily Dose of Toni. I've enjoyed revealing more about me and especially loved learning more about my fellow bloggers. And it's not too
Waiter Rant is the name of the book by Steve Dublanica, a.k.a. The Waiter. The books is an account of what is really cooking in restaurants. This morning, July 31, 2008, The Waiter appeared on the Today Show. The thing that bothers me about this book and Steve Dublanica's publicity
On July 28, 1866 Beatrix Potter was born. She was an illustrator, mycologist, and conservationist, but she will always be best known as the writer of the Peter Rabbit books. The Tale of Peter Rabbit, which she illustrated herself, was published in 1902. It was an instant success and was
Ladies, would like to train your husbands or significant others to be neater and pick up after themselves? Well, now there is a book by a woman who studies and writes about animal training and she had a great idea to apply what she learned from training animals to her
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