Hello dear readers!
I finally have a few free moments to jump on my blog and catch y’all up. I am currently listening to book number 6 in the Anne of Green Gables series. Why listening you ask? Because on July 31, 2018 I had my precious baby boy.
Jonathan came into the world just one day early. I have been focusing on him the last two months and haven’t had much time to pick up a book. Unless it’s a board book. Little Blue Truck anyone??
Anyway, I hope to be back in full swing soon. Until then, happy reading!
On a personal note…
I would like to say THANK YOU to all of my readers who have continued to look at my blog posts. As you may have noticed, I have not posted since January. But I do have a valid reason for being a little MIA lately: Steven & I are preparing to welcome our first baby!!
Our son, Jonathan Cyrus, will be gracing us with his presence in early August. Jonathan means “God has given” and Cyrus means “farsighted”. We chose these names after two very strong men in the Bible. Jonathan was the son of King Saul & loyal friend to the future King David from whom Jesus’ lineage would continue. Cyrus was a Persian king who sent the Jews back to Jerusalem with plans & finances to help rebuild the temple. Both men are spoken of well in the Bible.
Pregnancy has not kept me from my love of reading. I decided back in December that 2018 would be a year of series. With that said, it takes a bit longer to get through an entire series in order to blog about it. I will tell you that I am on book 5 of the Chronicles of Narnia and LOVING them! Next on the list is to finish up the Heroines Behind the Lines series followed by Anne of Green Gables. So I do hope you continue to check in on the blog. Please make sure to check out my Teachers pay Teachers site and follow me on Instagram @thebooknookreview. As always, thank you for the support! And keep reading!!
I love a good book fair! This little book nerd gets so excited to see all the new, shiny books!
As I was perusing our book fair, I started thinking about all the possibilities a kid could choose from. Nonfiction. Fiction. Historical fiction. Hardback. Paperback. Posters and bracelets! So much to choose from!!
Many kids do not know exactly what they are looking at or know how to choose a book that’s best for them. During this time of book fairs, I encourage parents to look through the brochure with their child. I think it would be a lot of fun to watch my child look through all the possible book options & pick out the ones they’d like. I think it’s really important to do some research on the titles your child has picked out. But as I discussed before in previous reviews, not all books at a junior high book fair are written for junior high students. They are a great way for PTOs to raise money for their teachers & schools. But I just want to encourage you to look into the books your child is interested in.
On a side note, I was super excited to see Ashes on the shelves this year!!
I am also excited about the possibilities for future posts!