Miss You Like Crazy

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So many parents work outside the home these days. How about you? Chances are, if you do, then perhaps your child/children have said to you at some point, “why do you have to go to work” or “can I come with you.” Even if they are off for a fun day of school or Mother’s… 

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The Fort That Jack Built

We all remember the classic nursery rhyme ” The House That Jack Built” right? Well, I hope you are going to love this updated version, The Fort That Jack Built as much as I do. Written by Boni Ashburn, when read aloud to your little ones, I suspect that you will, as I did, find your… 

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Two Books with “Guides” on How to Run Away From Home!

Depending on how old your children are – you might have heard those familiar words…”I am so ___ I’m going to run away from home!” Am I right? And, if you are a grandparent, like I am, I feel certain that you just might have heard them, at least once. And…quite possibly…you said them to… 

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In the Tree House…another winner from Andrew Larsen

You might recall that earlier we talked about The Imaginary Garden here. Well, I am so happy to report that Andrew Larsen has recently released his newest book for children. I hope that you will find it as timeless and appealing as I have. Pops and I are now counting down the days until the… 

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Black Dog

Hmm, when you were little were you afraid of anything? Really, I was always certain there was someone/thing hiding under my bed waiting to grab my arm or leg should they happen to hang over the bed at night…it took me ages to get over that! If I had had a great story like Black… 

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3 Books about Children and their Dads!

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Well, I might have missed Father’s Day, but I thought it might be fun to spread some love to the Dads of the world and I think you might find one that you and your little ones will want to share with your own special Dad! Every Friday by Dan Yaccarino is so special. It is… 

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