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Jan
04

Worth the purchase? Mother-Tween book club’s verdict on Hugo Cabret

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The Invention of Hugo Cabret is a thick hardcover book, and it cost me $27.95 CAD at the bookstore. Rarely do I fork out that much money on children’s books, especially one that consists of about 50% illustrations. My kids convinced me to take the plunge, because we’re on a “read the book, see the …

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Nov
13

Mother-tween book club showdown: THE HELP VS. TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD.

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On the heels of our first mother-tween meeting on “To Kill A Mockinbird,” my daughter suggested we read “The Help.” It seemed like a logical choice, since both books deal with civil rights and with deep-seeded racism in the Southern states. My daughter finished “The Help” and announced, “Mom, this book is awesome!  It’s even …

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Oct
09

Project #4: The Mother-Tween Book Club

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Now that my daughter is a tween, I figure we can finally read some of the same books.   I told her that it would be our private book club, and that when we had both finished the book we would go out on a dinner date to discuss.  I am so excited!!  Finding a [...]

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