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Books, books, books!

I’m a writer. This means I read. A lot. It also means my kids read. A lot. We have well-used library cards. Barnes and Noble gave me a “frequent flyer*” card rather than a discount card. I cost them too much money. Amazon named me their favorite customer* and both the FedEx and UPS delivery … Continue reading »

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Adventures in Reading

My kids wrapped up school recently and, if they don’t receive a summer school-required reading list, they know they’ll get one from me. It’s not that they mind either. They know I usually recommend some pretty rollicking tales, some of which we’ll listen to¬†as we traverse the highways together. Most years our road trips consist … Continue reading »

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I Can See Cleary Now

Every time I use a pull chain to turn on a light, I think to myself, “It’s time to turn on the Dawnzer because it gives lee light” and I chuckle. My writing partner confesses that she yearns to tug on her daughter’s ringlets occasionally. We’re both channeling the indomitable spirit of Ramona Quimby, one … Continue reading »

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Savor the Moment

“I’ll love you forever. I’ll like you for always.” I used to sing these words to my sons, each in turn, as I rocked them to sleep at night as part of their bedtime routine. Although the tune I used was mine, the words belong to Robert Munsch and Sheila McGraw from their timeless book … Continue reading »

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