The first one was suggested by a developmental pediatricau we saw recenthly for our son, she said age did not matter and we’d benefit from some of what isbeing offred in it. I will share what my husband and I find, we are both reading it.
Next, is a journal to help me help myself! Learning to let go is big on my list ! Let’s seeif this helps!
For the kids, Ada Twist, Scientist is a book to help children learn about special needs. The main character is a child who doesn’t speak, and the story shares the the journey. It is a beautoful read and will tug at your heartstrings while teaching a lesson.
Lastly, is my escape of the month. I continue on my reading challenge of 15 books for 2019, I am on number 12. Number 9 was amazing, it is getting lots of talk and it is all worth it, in my opinion. Beautifully visual and a story that will stay in your memory long after the end. Kya is a character who teaches so much! Please read this book and escape!
I have been reading in a variety of ways these past few months, I still love the feel of a book and the turning of pages, but with so much time spent in my car and wanting to read long after my hubby falls asleep, I really enjoy the kindle! I also tried listeing to books and have learned that it is also a neat option too!
Have fun with your reading journey, please share what is on yur list that you love!
Here is my list of books for 2019 on Goodreads. Feel free to follow me and share suggestions!
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