The family is reading.....This has been a favorite book for the boys. They beg me for just one more chapter. I read two of the books and am ready for a change, we're on to Little House next.
I'm still picking through this book, trying to get a grasp of what I can apply to our little family. I like the concept of helping my kids to have self confidence about the decisions they're making now so that as they grow older they'll trust our advice (maybe sometimes?) and better yet, be able to listen to the instincts they have.
I just picked this up today. It was highly recommended by a dear friend, Susie. I'm anxious to read it but determined to finish Edgar Sawtelle's story first.
I love novels about people. This story is somewhat of a tragedy so far, but it's drawn me in and I look forward to seeing the outcome.
These books are awesome for world history and captivate him. He reads and re-reads the books.
A new discovery for Joey, and I have read a few these books are clean and most certainly have some great little mysteries. Each chapter has a story full of clues to the mystery at hand. Flip to the end of the book to learn just how Encyclopedia solves the problem.