Happy Friday evening friends! I hope you are as relaxed as this sweet girl reading "Animals Under the Bed!" I want to share a book review with you that completely made my day yesterday!! Swipe right to hear from @e.obrienart (this is her daughter pictured)! Erin, the fact that you would take time out of your day to share this gave me so much joy!!! Thank you - I'm so glad your girls are loving the book and I hope it will be a nice keepsake for years to come! -
P.S. Erin is an amazing artist and a truly caring person who always has something encouraging to say. If you'd like some more authentic, uplifting posts in your insta feed, I highly recommend following and befriending her! ♡♡♡
For all you Melbournians out there, especially those hailing from Fitzroy, Fitzy Fox is your dog! Born and bred in the trendy streets of Fitzroy, Fitzy loves getting brunch with his family at Bar de Legumes, before spending the rest of the morning researching at the state library, topping off his day with a delicious gelato from Gelateria D'Arabela!
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From the children’s classic The Adventures of Pinocchio 🤥 Pinocchio sells his spelling book to buy tickets to a show. “Always let your conscience be your guide” 78 years today since the release of Disney’s animated classic ‘Pinocchio’ #childrensbooks#classicchildrensbooks#carlocollodi
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I could eat a tuna sandwich everyday and never get tired of it. Andrew is a pb&j man.
We might be super boring sandwich people, but we have been enjoying this story about creative “silly-icious” sandwich concoctions made by an inventive young girl who rebelled against traditional sandwiches and launched a booming playground business selling sandwiches.
I love how this book illustrates problem solving, entrepreneurship, and being true to yourself.
By: Tina Marie Powell @tinamariepow 👏
Spaghetti and sweet pickle sandwich anyone? 🥪
What another Beyazing day with students from Prairie Point and Henry Puffer schools. I was greeted by the newest Peace Dragon Ambassadors. Thank you Carol Patterson and Gwen Box and Anderson’s Bookstore hosting the breakfast tomorrow! A huge shout out to all my Sunset Ridge class- remember when we got our American dictionary and used the page to learn sign language so we could talk to each other without the teacher knowing? Today that nefarious knowledge allowed me to speak to a young student- how cool is that? ❤️ .
It's an amazing idea to share life stories of outstanding inspiring people through beautifully illustrated children books. I have introduced Alex to the series with this book dedicated to Coco Chanel. Alex enjoyed following her incredible life journey from orphanage to big fashion.
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I’ve got another fun book for you! Floyd Peterson is a misunderstood monster. In fact, that’s what people call him. A monster. 😲 This book is funny, but it’s also great for discussing stereotypes, and how it feels to be perceived as being different. ❤️
I have to say it's been a bit of a stressful February. The 6 year old was very sick for what seemed like a decade. We'll not go into the details but there was a lot of 'reverse peristalsis' 😱 and resultant clean up.
Enid Blyton is the most chilled author I know of. As an adult I can just escape into a story that
a) isn't scary b) doesn't have rude words except golly or gosh and c) bears no resemblance to real life.
Thus, 'Secret Seven Fireworks' has been my February solace.
Short Synopsis: While the Seven are collecting firewood for their bonfire they come across three angry characters lurking in the wood. The descriptions of these men matches that of three thieves who have raided one of the Seven's grandmas's house. It's left to the Seven to figure out who these men are.
What's the least stressful author you like to read for comfort - or are you an adrenaline -pumping story lover?
PS: don't you just love that vintage cover?