In no time at all, my eldest has made it to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and is now half way to the end of the book and the series itself. I have always wanted my children to love reading and this is a success I have no issue in claiming. We know our … Continue reading They need to see me read, not because I have to, but because I want to.
It’s natural to look at the past of the United States and vilify it. This country has done horrific things and it is not the land of freedom we teach children to sing about. But, like any group of people, very few communities are all bad or all good. We’re human and with that humanity … Continue reading Why wasn’t she in one of my books as a kid?
“I’d like to say a few brief words. Here they are: ‘short’, ‘memorandum’, and ‘underpants’.”---Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library I’ve been reading the Lemoncello books to my kids since the pandemic began. Over breakfast, while they eat, I usually manage a chapter or two. Sometimes, we get in a few chapters after school during snack. … Continue reading Luigi L. Lemoncello