It’s spring—which probably means it’s going to snow now? I’m so confused about the weather.
around the web
I’m in love with this: Muggle artifacts on display
In praise of literature’s bossy big sisters
Great read: When picture books get political
on the blog: I love this community education project Carrie’s community has created
in homeschool madness: Tune in this weekend for THE FINAL TWO.
one year ago: Three bookish biographies for Women’s History Month
two years ago: Flashback to Shelli’s 2nd grade and preschool
My daughter and I are reading Letters of a Woman Homesteader out loud together and enjoying every minute. My son and I tried to read Wildwood together, but he hated it so much we switched to Witch Week.
One of the things I love the fact that Jason is starting a school is that I have an excuse to test-drive books for classes. I am not sure if his students are going to end up with copies of Welcome to the Universe: An Astrophysical Tour in the fall, but I am sure that’s what my daughter and I are going to use as the spine for astronomy next year.
I picked up a copy of Bill Bryson’s The Mother Tongue when it was cheap for the Kindle (I try to mention these things on our Kindle Deals page), so of course I had to interrupt all my reading lists so that I could immediately read it again.
I did almost no cooking this week, so the kitchen doesn’t deserve its own section, but don’t worry, I kept my priorities straight. We’ve got a cookie of the week: John Legend's Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Cookies
I’m working hard on wrapping up the spring issue, so it’s all chaos and copyediting this week. It’s coming together, though!
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