Catch Up on Your Summer Reading Bucket List with Audible Audiobooks

Catch Up on Your Summer Reading Bucket List with Audible Audiobooks

You are reading Good Night Moon and they are reading A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. You try to figure out what the plot is in their story but your mind drifts back to that darn balloon, cat, brush. You feel awkward. You were once well read, articulate, interesting and could talk for hours on the latest novel, fictions, and non-fictions. You used to have time for that until motherhood. You remember the first time you read a real novel. The one that you stayed up until the sun came up reading. You ...

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Most Popular Dr Seuss Books – National Read Across America Day

List of Dr. Seuss Books

Most Popular Dr Seuss Books March 2 is Dr Seuss Day - National Read Across America Day Did you know that March 2nd is the birthday of Dr. Seuss? It is also National Read Across America Day! On Read Across America Day or also known as Dr. Seuss Day, all across the United States, we celebrate our love for reading and help to get others into reading too. I have always been an avid reader, but getting my son to love reading has been a chore. He just wasn’t that into it. I started ...

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Nicolas Sparks

Nicolas Sparks Is one of my favorite writers. I call it my take to gym book and take me away book. I just enjoy the break from life. This book is no exception. I ordered mine and since I had prime it was on my door step. I just couldn't put it down I am almost 1/2 done already! If you are looking for a little get away well now is the time to take one. The Longest Ride by Nicholas Sparks The Longest Ride by Nicholas Sparks The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult This is the book I just ...

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Ask a Teacher: Should I read to a baby?

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This is an easy one. Yes! read to your baby before they are born. They love your voice. Then read to them as soon as they come out. This will help you spend quality time together. I read chick lit to my daughter for the first 6 months of her life. I needed something to do while feeding her. I was also so sleep deprived that it was the only thing I could miss a couple of pages and still get the plot. We now read together as a family before bed. We also read as soon as my son gets home from school ...

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