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January 2022: Recent Reads

Snow in Georgia! Now it actually feels like January to this Midwestern girl. This post may contain affiliate links, which means I’ll receive a commission if you purchase through my links, at no extra cost to you. Please read full disclosure for more information. Happy New Year! I can hardly believe how little I've been writing in… Continue reading January 2022: Recent Reads

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7 Inspiring Missionary Stories

This post may contain affiliate links, which means I’ll receive a commission if you purchase through my links, at no extra cost to you. Please read full disclosure for more information. When I was in upper elementary school and middle school, I inhaled books like there was no tomorrow. I would scour my parents' bookshelves looking for… Continue reading 7 Inspiring Missionary Stories

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Author Spotlight: Alivia Puterbaugh

As part of Children's Authors and Illustrators Week, I decided to have a chat with a couple of friends who are published authors (or aspire to be). I wanted to hear more about the process and inspiration behind their creation of stories and illustrations, and I had so much fun hearing about their process of… Continue reading Author Spotlight: Alivia Puterbaugh

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10 Notable Children’s Book Authors and Illustrators

Jump to the Book List This week is Children's Authors and Illustrators week, where we get to highlight the incredible people who create engaging texts for kids of all ages. I have a few different posts planned for you, and I am excited to share them with you! Last week, I wrote about what parents… Continue reading 10 Notable Children’s Book Authors and Illustrators

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45 Educators Give Their Top 3 Reading Tips for Parents

Jump to Tips Picture this: It’s parent-teacher conference time. You’re sitting across from your child’s teacher (or perhaps, these days, seeing them on Zoom), and they’re telling you that your child is behind in reading. As a teacher, I know that’s disheartening for parents to hear, and perhaps the pronouncement even throws you into a… Continue reading 45 Educators Give Their Top 3 Reading Tips for Parents

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January 2021: Recent Reads

It's that time again! We're already halfway through January. Seems a little mind-bendy, if you ask me. Here in Ecuador, first semester doesn't end before Christmas; it ends the last week of January. So we're busy doing end-of-semester things like report cards and mid-year assessments. And trying to keep our chins up amidst more online… Continue reading January 2021: Recent Reads