BOOK REVIEW: FOR DARKNESS SHOWS THE STARS (YA Dystopian)
Posted on September 15, 2012 5 Comments
FOR DARKNESS SHOWS THE STARS by DIANA PETERFREUND ENGLISH TEACHERS TAKE HEED! This book should – no, MUST – be on the classroom reading list. I’d say it is best for the 8th grade and up crowd due to size, but on a reading level, it is not at all difficult. I’d dare say this […]
BOOK REVIEW: GREAT AUNT SOPHIA’S LESSONS FOR BOMBSHELLS (ADULT FICTION)
Posted on September 9, 2012 4 Comments
GREAT AUNT SOPHIA’S LESSONS FOR BOMBSHELLS by LISA CACH I simply couldn’t put this down – read it cover to cover in one day. Lisa Cach is riotous. While it is entirely possible I understand the feminist humor in this because I am a fellow graduate of the oldest all women’s college in the country […]
GUEST BLOG: Beach + Kid = Torture? Maybe not . . .
Posted on July 26, 2012 2 Comments
Beach Babies Survival 101 by Amy Elizabeth (GUEST BLOGGER) http://www.capecodmommies.com/ Living on Cape Cod and having children means a mom needs to become a beach pro and quick! My first few trips to the beach with my son, while still under age 1, were definitely learning experience. I would pack way to much or not enough. My first […]
Why kids don’t come with INSTRUCTIONS!
Posted on July 17, 2012 4 Comments
Recently I had a discussion with a dear, old friend about how, when we were young, no one read warnings. We kids were flung in the far back of a decrepit station wagon with the dirty dog and sand-encrusted beach toys. Suntan lotion was known as the bottle with the bare-butt baby on the front […]