Books are cheaper than heroin, but they DO add up....

Amy, Carrie, Chanin and Sarah buy (and read and review) their own stuff. They've been known to shop around from dealer to dealer looking for the best price. If you're interested in slipping them something to try out, just contact us.

Monday, March 21, 2011


So we've added a few things here.  Links to separate pages for each of the contributors can be found at the top of the page.  Each person gets to maintain their page as they see fit.  Which basically means that I'll probably be lazy and not change it as often as I should.  So you may think I'm a really slow reader because I won't update that regularly.  And that may annoy you that I'm not reliable in that way.  But, honestly, what did you expect from an addict?

You can also find some "book news" here from time to time.  It may get its own page or we may just put it up as its own mini-post.  It will be basic information about good deals and book releases from authors who got us hooked in the first place.  For example, one of my reliable dealers, Barnes and Noble, is selling children's board books for 45% right now.  Granted, this is beginner fare; light and mellow with pictures and sometimes even music, but it's a great place to start making little addicts.  Personally, I recommend anything Sandra Boynton (Snuggle Puppy is my favorite), Goodnight Moon, and Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? (we used it to teach my oldest animals and colors).  So pass the word and tell me what I should go buy for my two little addicts. Pin It


  1. Ooh, other good children's books are the Mo Willems' books. The Pigeon books are seriously funny. My talented godsod read me two of them on Saturday. ;) He's two. (And perhaps he's reciting more than reading, but again, we're talking about beginning an addiction.)

  2. And, of course, the books I mentioned in my top five and honorable mentions--The Phantom Tollbooth and Bunnicula.