Raincoast Books – Thea Stilton Graphic Novels!

Our kids have been enamored with Geronimo Stilton books for awhile now. They’re quite the little mystery stories and I like how they use varying fonts and colours to add to the books. And since they’re a young’un book, there’s lots of pictures. However! There’s a new kid on the block! They’re called graphic novels […]

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Raincoast Books – Kid’s Books! ~Giveaway!

By now you likely all know how much I love kid’s books! I admire the authors and illustrators for doing such a fantastic job of providing books for our children to read and to fall in love with. I have fond memories of books I read as a kid and I hope my children will […]

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Raincoast Books – Father’s Day! ~Giveaway!

Guess what! Only a week and a half until Father’s Day! I would have to admit that I’m sort of glad that my kids are starting to be in school – because I’m terrible at planning any sort of Father’s Day “stuff”! I never seem to think of it until it’s the day before (or […]

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Otter Tales ~ GIVEAWAY! (5 WINNERS!)

There are so many ‘life lessons’ to be learned! Of course, I believe it’s better if you can learn a lot of them when you are young, but even then, we sometimes have to learn these lessons the hard way, don’t we? As a mom, I find that sometimes it’s nice to have others come […]

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Ooka Island – Help your Child Read! ~Giveaway!

Reading. In my opinion, it’s one of the most important things we learn in school. Not just how to read, but to love to read! It’s a pretty easy way of being transported to another place, to other people, to another world. I love to read, as does my husband. He, however, suffers from a […]

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Get a Smart Start! ~ GIVEAWAY!

Reading is something that most parents want their kids to learn how to do well. There are a lot things that depend on reading in our world…and I, for one, definitely do not want to send my children out into the world with poor reading skills! So, we begin working on reading early on – […]

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