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African-American Children's Books

Children’s Books for African-American History Month

In observance of black history month this February, I compiled a list of books that highlight racial diversity and celebrate African-American history. Here are 10 books that caught my eye; and as an added bonus, each one of these titles is available at the Fort Worth Library. Wilma Unlimited: How Wilma Rudolph Became the World’s […]

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Joining Club Miscarriage

If the title of this post seems glib, please forgive me. I have just been drop-kicked into a secret club of which I wanted no part. Miscarriage, defined as the loss of pregnancy prior to 20 weeks gestation, occurs in 10 – 20 percent of pregnancies. I think somehow we perceive a miscarriage as “normal” or […]

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Fourth of July Books for Children

If you can’t tell from some of my previous posts, I am a self-appointed children’s literature aficionado/snob. I’ve blogged about my favorites books for toddlers and preschoolers as well as made recommendations on art books for children. But today I am very excited to share a list of Fourth of July books for kiddos. Although I […]

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A Summer Reading List for Moms

No summer vacation is complete without screaming toddlers, a never-ending road trip, and a fun, intriguing book to read on the beach, preferably uninterrupted, but we’ll take whatever we can get. Without further ado, here are a few must read fiction and nonfiction books for  summer 2015. The Girl on the Train is a “Hitchcockian” […]

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