Monthly Archives: February 2012

Breadcrumbs – a gotta read book for middle grade fantasy fans

Breadcrumbs by Anne Ursu My rating: 4 of 5 stars This book really does make me feel as if I’ve fallen into C.S. Lewis’ wardrobe again. It’s not a copycat; by no means – but it holds echoes of that … Continue reading

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Another Vacation book review – just a little middle grade fantasy

Two Moon Princess by Carmen Ferreiro-Esteban Two Moon Princess, by Carmen Ferreiro-Esteban – a review I finally read Two Moon Princess last night, though it’s been in my e-reader for way too long; I couldn’t turn off the light until … Continue reading

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The Gingerbread Adventure, Part Four

…but first, an apology. I think I got carried away on creating Recipe #3, the Soft Gingerbread, with the beauty of the steps of the process. The swirls of dark molasses hugging swirls of glistening butter, the amazing puffing of … Continue reading

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WRAD is coming…sounds like something we said in fifth grade. But it’s so much more!

As I do every week in my library, I am planning on reading aloud with my students on March 7th. The difference is that it happens to be a very special day in the world of reading. It’s World Read … Continue reading

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