Readathons, Reading Nooks, and Reading Trees

Trolli Peach Rings. Bubblegum. Pajamas. Books. What do they all have in common? Elementary School Read-a-thon day! Elementary Read-a-thon wa...

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A Year Without TV

When I was 10 and a few weeks before I would start 4th grade, my parents proposed an outlandish idea to me and my siblings: what if as a fam...

Published 3 years ago

3 Selfish Reasons to Read to Your Kids

Today, we are delighted to have Alysa, from Everead, guest posting with us. Please enjoy as she shares why she loves reading with her kids....

Published 3 years ago

4 Tips for Writing a Good Children's Book

We’ve read our fair share of children’s books and discovered that unfortunately, children’s books are one of those things many people look a...

Published 3 years ago

An Activity To Do With Your Children that will Never Go Out of Style

We’re delighted to welcome Kristen from The Mommies to our blog today! As a brief introduction, The Mommies is a Christian parenting blog sh...

Published 3 years ago

Why I Read 500 Books in 1st Grade (And Your Child Can Too)

As you’ve heard before, my family is BIG into reading. For as long as I can remember my mom has always encouraged reading, and had book sugg...

Published 3 years ago

How 3 Generations of Family Books Became My Favorites

Great-grandma’s house had orange carpet. I remember going there to visit–it seemed like she always had Pringles and M&Ms. She always had goo...

Published 3 years ago

Kids Want to Know Why

My little roo came with me to the post office to drop off some Bookroo boxes. While we were there he met a friend, as he so often does. She...

Published 3 years ago

12 Board Books You Should Add to Your Collection

After seeing pictures and getting feedback about how delighted kids are to receive, open and read their Bookroo books, our favorite thing ab...

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