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On the Edge of Seuss

In which I Seuss in spite of my Seuss hate*. Y’all know the drill: it’s early March and people are all “It’s Dr. Seuss Day!” and running around in red and white stripes, cat whiskers, Thing One and Thing Two gear (which I would totes rock so long as my clone did so too). And then there’s me, sitting here fussing and…

Book Review: Where Does Thursday Go?

Most people complain about Mondays but my dreaded day is Thursday. I have such a love hate relationship with Thursday that when I saw Janeen Brian’s book, “Where Does Thursday Go?” I had to check it out because I would love for Thursday to go where it needs to be. Thursday is Bruno’s Birthday and he doesn’t want to the special…

15th Annual Library of Congress National Book Festival Coming Sept. 5

  The 15th National Book Festival will be held at the Washington Convention Center from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. (doors open at 9 a.m.) on Saturday, Sept. 5. The event is free and open to the public. More information is at The organizations sponsoring the Library of Congress National Book Festival offer an array of fun and exciting…

Book Review: Doodle Lit

Jennifer Adams and Alison Oliver’s “Doodle Lit” encourages readers to draw…on the classics!

Picture Books for Mother’s Day

r’s note: Affiliate links are used in this post. If you click on a link and make a purchase I will receive a small commission. When The Bee was younger, there was nothing better than curling up on the couch with her and together we would read a pile of picture books that we gathered after we visited out local library….