Snowdays fun and My Review for The Rabbit That Listened

    My son’s school canceled class due to inclement weather. Last year's stay-at-home mandate overwhelmed us, but now bunkering at home does not bother us. We know how to adjust and enjoy each other.  John John’s new buzz word is "I'm bored". Preschoolers like to discover new catchphrases and repeat them constantly. I decide to... Continue Reading →

New ways to say hello in a virtual classroom -My Childrens Review for How Will I Say Hello by Mary Catherine Hillman

Since the COVID Quarantine, Zoom, Marco Polo, Skype, and messenger have become very routine in our home. I wonder, "How old will I be when cell phones become obsolete and virtual communication is the standard way people connect?" I’m not ready for the virtual shift, but I believe that my 3-year-old son and his generation... Continue Reading →

Story Review Cornrows by Camille Yarbrough….Hair as a Crown

I don’t know how many people will understand me when I say this , but a ponytail is not just a ponytail, a bang is not just a bang, and a haircut is not just a haircut in some parts of the African-American community. Cornrows by Camille Yarbrough illustrated by Carole Byard speaks to the fact that cornrows are more than just a hairstyle.

Pullup Genius

"I don’t care that he is still in pullups and hardly potty trained, my kid is a GENIUS and I am not saying that because I am his mother."

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