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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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Good afternoon! We (Danielle and Rachael) are here today to provide you with some witchy reads to finish out the spooky season. We’re also going to be recommending some spooky reads next Friday, October 30, as well, so be on the lookout for that post! Today’s post is going to focus on middle grade, youngContinue reading “Witchy Reads Recommendations”
We’re back with another book tag! This time, we’re doing the Hamilton Book Tag, first created by Maureen Keavy on YouTube. You can click the link to check out her original video. We picked this tag because Skyler really loves Hamilton; she even has a cat named Hamilton, whom you will get to meet laterContinue reading “Hamilton Book Tag”
It’s not often that we post two life updates in such a short time span to each other. We wanted to keep you up-to-date on our plans for our future as bloggers and bookstagrammers. Don’t worry, we’re not leaving our blog or Instagram. We’re just refining our content and our posting schedule. The reasons forContinue reading “Life Updates 2.0”
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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- Reading Recommendations (1)
- Reading Resources (5)
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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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