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What We’re Reading This Week

Do you know any books about ________?

what we're readingI get asked that question (and “How are you teaching Grace at home?”) at least once a week. I do know lots of good books, so I've decided to start sharing what we're reading with you.

Here's what my girls are listening to this week:

  • Little House in the Big Woods (from the Little House Box Set I got for Christmas when I was 8 or 9) – Grace and I have been reading this during Allie's nap times and at night. She loves it as much as I did when I was a little girl, and I adore those moments when we're cuddled up together, reading about Mary and Laura.
  • Bear's Loose Tooth – I LOVE the Bear stories from Karma Wilson, and I was excited to find this new one at our library.
  • Aesop's Fables for Children _ Grace loves to hear the stories out of this book. We usually do our reading comprehension lessons from these fables.
  • Bella The Dragon – This is not my favorite story, but Grace loves it.
  • The Mitten – Allie found this on Grace's book shelf, and she's been carrying it around for days. Once in a while, she even lets me read it.
  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar – I just love this book! Unfortunately, Allie loved the cover right off of our copy.
  • Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too? – I make up my own words to this one. It's another that Allie likes to carry around.

What I'm reading this week:

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1 thought on “What We’re Reading This Week”

  1. Most of these are too young for my daughter – but I do need to pull out my old copies of the Little House books for her to read. SO good!

    One of my favorite thing about homeschooling is getting to go back and reread all those great books I loved as a child.

    I love the idea of intentional, professional motherhood. I might have to check out that Steady Days book.

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