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This is a place to receive bookish reviews, recommendations, and resources to assist you in picking books for your children, your classroom, and/or yourself.
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I’m so excited to be a part of the Cast in Firelight Blog Tour! Please remember to click the tour banner or the schedule below to access the tour schedule. There are a lot of other amazing bloggers and bookstagrammers who are also a part of the tour. Title: Cast in FirelightAuthor: Dana SwiftPublication Date: January 19,Continue reading “5 Reasons to Read Cast in Firelight | Blog Tour”
A new year means starting new reading goals! All three of us have several reading goals for 2021. They will be listed below so that you can see what we’re trying to achieve this year. We understand that our reading goals may not be realistic for everyone and you shouldn’t feel bad if your goals areContinue reading “2021 Reading Goals”
As 2021 begins, we thought it would be a good idea to share some self-care ideas with everyone. The holidays just ended and we’re all struggling with COVID-19, so taking some time for yourself is always a good idea. These ideas are based on how we take care of ourselves and our mental health duringContinue reading “Self-Care: What Is It All About?”
We’re a sister duo and a best friend from Virginia, USA who absolutely love books! We all met while Danielle and Skyler were in college. Danielle and Skyler are teachers and Rachael is aspiring to be a librarian. As well as having a bookstagram, we co-run a blog together where we review books, share bookstagram/blogging tips, and offer reading resources for parents and educators.
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“A great book should leave you with many experiences, and slightly exhausted at the end. You live several lives while reading.”– William Styron
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