Weekly Blog Posts

Weekly blog posts.

Top Five Children’s Books

Top Five Children’s Books

Weekly Blog Post: Top Five Wednesday This is a weekly post that I found on Goodreads. I love their lists they come up with. This post is actually supposed to be for July 12, I am a week behind, but I couldn’t pass it up! I broke the list into…
First Line Friday #7

First Line Friday #7

Weekly Blog Post: First Line Friday Let’s share the books we are currently reading and get each other hooked onto a new book! Grab your current read, share the title and author and the first few sentences. Here is mine from The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by CS…
First Line Friday #6

First Line Friday #6

Weekly Blog Post: First Line Friday Happy Friday! What’s the first line of your current read? Sometimes it takes just one sentence to hook you into a book. Most of my students decide whether they will read a book by just the first few sentences-are you like that? I am…
TBR Tag

TBR Tag

Weekly Blog Post: Tag It Thursday How do you keep track of your TBR pile? I use several things to keep track of my TBR pile. For physical books, I keep the books I want to read the most on my nightstand and the floor beside my bed. I use…
Words of Wisdom #6

Words of Wisdom #6

Weekly Blog Post: Words of Wisdom Wednesday Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D Taylor has always been a favorite of mine. I used to have it almost memorized! I always read books about oppression or racism or discrimination and I believe that has helped me be more…
Top Ten Books of 2017 (so far)

Top Ten Books of 2017 (so far)

Weekly Blog Post: Top Ten Tuesday Top Ten Books of 2017 (so far) I had enough of a difficult time choosing ten books for this list, so they are not in any order! This meme is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Book Whisperer: Awakening the Inner Reader in…
First Line Friday #5

First Line Friday #5

Weekly Blog Post: First Line Friday It’s Friday, so that means it is First Line Friday! Here’s how it works… Grab your current read(s). Share the first line(s). Include the title and author. This is a story about something that happened long ago when your grandfather was a child. It…