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KidsPartner Book Review
November 5, 2019

Reading and Traditions: Carson Ellis’s “The Shortest Day”

One of my favorite things about books is that you never know what they'll inspire. As a kid, I was always pretending that I was living in whatever book I…
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KidsPartner Book Review
October 18, 2019

Mommy and Me: Books

I recently saw Erin over at Cotton and Stem sharing fall Mommy and Me outfits, which, naturally, got me thinking about...the book version.
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Partner Book Review
October 11, 2019

All The Cozy Mystery Goodness

In the sleepy, mountainside town of Winchester, Vermont, every night and early morning, you can find Jane Littleton concocting scrumptious confections in the warm and homey kitchen of Red Maple…
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KidsPartner Book Review
September 26, 2019

Bookwandering

This is such a special book. I would have been obsessed with it as a kid and, as an adult, I still found it delightful and have been thinking about…
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Partner Book Review
September 19, 2019

Books and That Fresh Fall Feeling

As the days, or at least the mornings,  get to feel a bit cooler, I not only overdress myself in my favorite sweaters, I also feel a little buzzing in…
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Partner Book Review
September 12, 2019

Fall’s New Releases as a Fall Capsule Wardrobe

This is obviously not an exhaustive list, but I wanted to write about some of the new fall releases I'm excited about and thought it might be fun to compare…
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KidsPartner Book Review
September 5, 2019

Rereading Little Women

I had been nervous to reread Little Women.  Many of the books I loved as a kid hold up for me. I still believe Anne of Green Gables (and most…
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KidsPartner Book Review
August 23, 2019

Best Board Books You May Not Know

I read a lot of board books. A LOT. We are fortunate to have a decent library, but it's still easy to quickly get burnt out by reading the same…
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CharactersPartner Book Review
August 8, 2019

Offbeat Characters and Why We Love Them

One of the things that automatically attracts me to a book is a character with a quirky voice.  I know I'm not the only one who is drawn to offbeat…
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Partner Book Review
July 5, 2019

Bait for Bibliophiles and Abbi Waxman’s The Bookish Life of Nina Hill

I'm in the middle of one of those books that feels just right for all of us book nerds out there.  Nina Hill is a shy, list-loving bookshop worker who loves…
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