Books and Bookish Apps

For the last blog post in our “Where Do You Find Books When Schools and Libraries Are Closed?” blog series, we wanted to share a few more sites where you can find free or cheap books. We will still be explaining how to access apps for the websites and platforms that we have already mentionedContinue reading “Books and Bookish Apps”

LitJoy April Unboxing

Danielle’s LitJoy item-only crate for April arrived the other day and we wanted to share the bookish goodies that she received. The April theme was Women Warriors. May’s box, Academy for the Bookish and Bewitching, is currently sold out. June’s box, Mythical Gods, is also sold out, but more boxes may become available once renewalsContinue reading “LitJoy April Unboxing”

DreamyBox April Unboxing

Danielle’s DreamyBox arrived the other day and we wanted to share the bookish goodies that she received. The April theme was The Winner’s Curse. May’s theme is Return to the Capital (The Hunger Games). At this time, April and May boxes are still available for purchase. Click here to visit Dreamyandco’s website for more information.Continue reading “DreamyBox April Unboxing”

Reading Challenges to Spice up Your Reading

You have probably seen your friends post about the monthly and/or yearly reading challenges that they participate in. Have you ever wondered, “Where do I find these challenges?” If so, this post is for you! We’ve gathered a list of current, ongoing reading challenges as well as ones that will be starting within the comingContinue reading “Reading Challenges to Spice up Your Reading”

LitJoy March Unboxing

Danielle’s LitJoy item-only crate for March arrived the other day. The March theme was Ride or Die. We wanted to share pictures of the goodies that she received. There were a few items that she really liked and thought would be useful to her. If you are interested in starting a subscription with LitJoy Crate,Continue reading “LitJoy March Unboxing”

Fairyloot March Unboxing

Fairyloot’s March box, Break the Curse, arrived a couple of days ago for Rachael. We wanted to share pictures of the book as well as all of the goodies that she received. If you are interested in starting a subscription with Fairyloot, you can click here to visit their website. As I live in theContinue reading “Fairyloot March Unboxing”

Where Do I Find Young Adult Books in the Pandemic?

The past two weeks have been crazy! With Rachael adjusting to her new work schedule and our participation in last week’s many virtual book festivals, we didn’t have a chance to post the next blog post. Our previous posts have discussed where to find books for all ages, children’s literature, and middle grade books, butContinue reading “Where Do I Find Young Adult Books in the Pandemic?”

Virtual Book Festivals Occurring April 20-April 26, 2020

Have you ever wanted to attend a book festival, but discovered that there wasn’t one near you or the costs were too expensive to go? With the COVID-19 pandemic still running rampant throughout the United States, a fair amount of festivals that would have happened this month have turned to virtual events instead. There areContinue reading “Virtual Book Festivals Occurring April 20-April 26, 2020”

Where Can I Find Children’s Literature and Middle Grade Books in the Pandemic?

Although our last post outlined where to find books for all ages, there are also specific sites that offer books tailored towards children and middle grade readers. These stories can be enjoyed by everyone, however, even if you aren’t a child or middle grade reader! Some of the following sites do cost money and ifContinue reading “Where Can I Find Children’s Literature and Middle Grade Books in the Pandemic?”

Where Can I Find Books in the Pandemic?

You might be wondering, “Schools are closed. Libraries are closed. Where in the world can I find books for me to read, for my children to read, or for me to read to my children?” The answer is quite simple. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many places are now offering free or amazing deals forContinue reading “Where Can I Find Books in the Pandemic?”

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