Her voice in the telling is simple, with concrete terms and bite-sized thoughts. I appreciate that she was allowed to tell the story herself.
I love when art and literature and life experiences push me into the nonsense-hilarity of living and being human in this world. Just that.
I am snapping lots of photos of this glorious world. I can tell you about my current life with them easily. Watch this.
If you pre-order my book this week, and tell me so, I will mail you a handwritten bookmark from me, and two of my favorite tea bags.
One of my favorite memories with these books is reading two pages of “I Want My Hat Back” over and over to my niece, while she giggled out loud.
I love these books for their powerful imagery and empathy, building a bridge between those-who-have-firsthand-experience and those-who-need-a-window-in.
There are intense times of motherhood when you are too tired even to think. But if reading rejuvenates you, carve out a section of life for it when you can.
“Watch for the Light” makes one of two Black Friday purchases for me. I was amazed by “Bread and Wine,” and am more than willing to attempt the sequel sight unseen.
Two nonfiction + three novels = five captivating reads. At least for me. I can never guarantee you’ll like them, but they’re worth a shot.
There is a dearth of books on foster care, particularly those written for children. Here is a list I’ve gathered of a few that our family has enjoyed.