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6 Tips for Decluttering Children’s Books

6 Tips for Decluttering Children’s Books

In January I tend to go into purge mode. I usually have no problem clearing out clutter and getting rid of things we don’t need, but there’s one area where I struggle — books. My emotional attachment to books is strong, and it’s hard for me to...
17 Best Graphic Novels for Kids

17 Best Graphic Novels for Kids

When I was in third grade, we had free reading time every day. We could read pretty much whatever we wanted, but there was one rule: NO COMIC BOOKS. So for much of my life, I didn’t consider comics and graphic novels “real” literature. However, the...
7 Children’s Books About Yom Kippur

7 Children’s Books About Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the year in the Jewish faith. Also known as the Day of Atonement, it is often observed with prayer, fasting, and asking for forgiveness for things that may have hurt others. Our family did not know much about this special celebration,...
11 Children’s Books About Rosh Hashanah

11 Children’s Books About Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year. It is a two-day celebration marked by the blowing of a shofar, the eating of apples and honey, and a time of reflection before the celebration of Yom Kippur ten days later. Our family wanted to learn more about this special...
14 Children’s Books About Divorce

14 Children’s Books About Divorce

There’s no two ways about it: divorce is hard. It’s hard for adults, and it’s especially hard for children. That’s why I am so glad quality children’s books about divorce exist. When I was teaching, I had several children through the...
7 YA Novels for Hamilton Fans

7 YA Novels for Hamilton Fans

I live in the DC Metro Area, and we’ve been swept up in Hamilton-mania since early June when the show FINALLY came to the Kennedy Center (and can I just say that it’s taken a ridiculously long time for this show to come here??). I was lucky enough to score tickets to...

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