Weekly Book Review
Well, if any of you have gotten to know me through blog, you know I love to challenge myself to new things! Over the past couple weeks due to homeschooling I have been reading A LOT more than usual.
Mainly because I want my 8 year old to develop the same love for reading as I have. As they say "Monkey see, monkey do". So I unknowingly have been reading one book per week! Once I caught on, I decided I would make it a weekly routine and share it with you all!
I go to the library twice a week for play groups, but usually on the fridays I exchange all of our books! I really encourage you to use your local library, it's amazing how much is out there. Even good Christian material. I am not sure about your city or town. But in Toronto you can go on the site and search almost any book and place it on hold plus have the book sent to your "home branch". This is well worth it. And will save you tons of money! Also it's a lovely routine to get into with your children if you have any!
So here is my weekly book review! I will always Post my book and my daughters book for any body who has children readers between the ages of 9-13
For Better of For Best
Review: Can I just say WOW! I have read probably 85% of the christian marriage books out there....and this one is different! This one has a lot of practical advice! I loved it, because it dealt with real life situations,techniques and insight into males brains and much more! All my married friends...this is a must read! And he even has a male version called if he only knew! Plus if you read this book it shows you how to get that man of yours to actually read HIS book...WILLINGLY AND EXCITEDLY! If that hasn't sold you...you must be married to Mr. Perfect!
Review: Afte reading this my oldest tells me, she really likes reading now! Matilda is a very good influence for young readers. She has inspired both my daughter and I to become mental Math Whizzes like herself. And the book comes with a list of Matilda's Favorites. My oldest wants to read all the classics Matilda has! The book is just as funny as the movie!