I’m not making huge strides in my reading but I’m really enjoying my books. March is excellent – it’s really interesting to “get to know” the March family a little better. Mother Teresa is likewise fascinating – although I will admit that is what I’m making the least progress in. I also started another book. Bringing Up Bebe by Pamela Druckerman is about French parenting. She describes it as “investigative parenting” and asks why French kids don’t throw food. I can’t wait to see what she finds out.
And I have to share the books I’m reading with the boys because I know fellow Yarn Alongers would totally appreciate them. Red Berry Wool by Robyn Eversole has beautiful illustrations (painted by Tim Coffey) and the sweet story of a lamb who wants to be a red sweater. Farmer Brown Shears His Sheep by Teri Sloat is subtitled “a yarn about wool.” 🙂 It’s hilarious and a good description of making yarn. And I now have my very own copy (for the boys, of course) thanks to PaperBackSwap.