#Readathon 2016

Have you noticed the new Facebook frames with the┬áREAD┬ácaption? It is all about National Readathon Day 2016 which is TODAY, May 21, 2016! You can read Everything You Need to Know about Readathon 2016 on the Penguin Random House site. … Continue reading

A Book for Children in Interfaith Families

A few weeks ago at the Ohioana Book Festival in Columbus, Ohio, I met Ohio artist Jane Dippold, and I discovered a book she illustrated that sets out to reassure children in interfaith families. The book is Papa Jethro, written … Continue reading

Thank You, Mom!

In less than a week it will be Mother’s Day. It’s a day to celebrate and appreciate the moms in our lives who nurture and care for children. I am blessed to have a godly mother who is still going … Continue reading

Book Activities When Grandchildren Visit

Kids are counting down the days until summer vacation. Many are looking forward to time at Grandma’s house. Whether it is a cross-country visit, an occasional sleepover, or a daily time as mom and dad work, it is a marvelous … Continue reading

Who Made the Sky?

When babies are born they are only aware of their immediate surroundings. But as they grow and develop, they being to explore the world around them. They reach for toys or stuffed animals and want to touch everything they see. … Continue reading