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Books I’m reading this month
Loving these recent picks from the library.
How to tell stories for children: a beautiful read about the magic of storytelling for kids no only in terms of bonding and connection but also for moral and value building. I will definitely be purchasing this one. (My husband already started reading it as well).
Beyond Measure: wow! So eye-opening. Helped validate and inform a lot of my current decisions in regards to my children’s schooling. It’s written by the director of “Race to Nowhere” - which my husband and I thoroughly enjoyed watching together. We highly recommend it.
The gift of presence: a beautiful and easy read. I wasn’t able to finish it but have added it to my future purchase list.
The science of parenting: just started it and loving it so far. Love the way it bring science and psychology together. Might be a future purchase book as well!
Me, me epidemic: read the first few pages and wasn’t a big fan so far. Some of the assumptions seemed very hypothetical and without any basis or backing. But I plan to keep reading before making any final judgments. (Update: I’m actually really enjoying this one now too. Has some awesome tips. May end up biting this one because I’m finding myself wanting to highlight and take notes on this one.)
The other two books I have yet to start which I will definitely update you on if it’s worth a read.
Check out a book at the library or go to Barnes and Noble for a couple of hours to actually start reading a book before purchasing it. If you can’t stop reading it or want to highlight things on it, you know that book needs to be purchased right now or in the future.
Also, don’t forget that you can easily request books online from your local library.
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