Links from yesterday’s Read Aloud Thursday post:
- Rocker Mom @ The Linton Academy highlights two completely different books this week: Paul Showers’ What Happens to a Hamburger, a great book about digestion, and a Veggie Tales alphabet book. The most obvious connection between the two, besides the fact that they’re both about food, is that her son loves them. Check it out!
- Alice @ Supratentorial reviews eight titles about flying. These books look like so much fun! I only wish I’d had this list when we “rowed” The Glorious Flight.
- Stephanie @ Simple Things reviews a book my girls really want to read: The Saturdays by Elizabeth Enright. We’ve never read anything by this author, and I’m pretty sure we’ve missed something.
- Becky @ Becky’s Blog (one of my IRL friends!) blogged about reading Matt Christopher’s Center Court Sting to her basketball-crazed boys. If you have a chance, visit Becky’s Blog and welcome her to RAT!
- Mouseprints @ Thick & Thin Things highlights what sounds like an enchanting read: Wind Child by Shirley Rousseau Murphy.
- Maggy @ Red Ted Art’s Blog writes about a couple of fun titles. One of them has to do with dinosaurs; the other has to do with poop. I am not even kidding. (Clementine, anyone?)
- Janelle @ Brimful Curiosities reviews The Ultimate Read and Share DVD Bible, a great Bible story book for the very young. Be sure to click over and check out her beautiful Lenten art activity, as well.
- Jennifer @ Schooling Three Sisters reviews The Ordinary Princess by M.M. Kaye. This is this book’s second appearance in RAT in the past month or two, so I’m going to redouble my efforts to find it. It sounds enchanting! 🙂 Be sure to click over to Schooling Three Sisters and give Jennifer a warm welcome to RAT since this is her first week to link up!
- Janet @ Across the Page wrote a follow-up to her original reaction to Linnets and Valerians. Click over to read her thoughts.
If you haven’t already, be sure to read the RAT Guidelines, which I finally got around to posting last night.
Have a great weekend, everyone!