A book I literally can’t put down, holiday lights, a special reunion, a lovely new book in the mail, and a chance to theme out my daughter and I??? I’d call that a wonderful week!
My kids and I were driving around looking at holiday lights a few nights ago and we stumbled upon this house. How beautiful is this?!
I had such a special thing happen earlier this week. When I was in kindergarten, I was an advanced reader (no surprise there) and was pulled each day from my classroom to go into another classroom for advanced reading instruction. I loved my beautiful reading teacher so much and looked forward to spending time with her and her lessons each day!
Earlier this week, when I arrived to lead my storytime at a local children’s play cafe, my beautiful teacher was there with her granddaughter! We recognized each other immediately 🙂 I couldn’t believe that I was given the opportunity to read to my very own reading teacher and to be able to thank her for all she has done for me. I was so excited to tell her how my love of reading had lead me to teaching elementary school for 14 years, currently writing a book blog and to now being paid to read to kids twice a week!
After storytime was over, her we had such a lovely talk. We caught each other up on the past 35ish years (!) and compared our current “to read” lists. We gave each other book recommendations and lots of hugs! So special.
Speaking of book recommendations, I CAN’T. PUT. THIS. ONE. DOWN. I’m halfway through and am loving it so much. I have no idea how this one is going to end! Aaaaaand after I just wrote that sentence I realized the title of the book that I am discussing, lol. I can’t remember the last book I read where I was this invested. Maybe this adorable book?
I’m truly loving this one so far and I can’t wait to write a full review once I’m through. (I’m so fortunate to be reading an advance readers copy…It officially releases January 1st).
I received this children’s book in the mail yesterday and it looks great! Full blog review and giveaway coming soon!
The library called last night…the book I’ve had on hold for weeks is waiting for me to pick up! Happy holidays indeed 🙂
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend…Happy Hanukkah to all who celebrate! My daughter and I will be wearing these to her class party today 🙂
What are your plans for this weekend? I hope whatever you are doing includes family, friends, love, and BOOKS!
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3 thoughts on “I Can’t Put This Book Down!”
I love, love, love that your teacher was there and recognized you. That’s pretty cool!! I don’t even remember who most of my teachers were – I hated school. But I always had a love for reading and I always got so excited when we had silent reading because everyone would leave me alone and I could read. Happy Hanukkah to you, J, E and E!!
So sweet about your teacher! What a special reunion. I’ll have to add TINHIE to my TBR soon.
Happy Hanukkah and have a great weekend!
How wonderful that you had the opportunity to reconnect with your childhood reading teacher!! Priceless! Happy Holidays!Valerie