You Are What You Read


Are You What You Read?

I came across a Huffington Post article earlier today titled “You Are What You Read.” In it, the CEO of Reach Out and Read, Earl Martin Phalen, writes, “The first stories children read are the ones that help mold them into the adults they will become”…     Read more >>






the-summer-beforeGuilty Pleasures – Revisiting Classic Children’s Series

Growing up, my shelves were bursting with all kinds of books, especially series books. I remember collecting Girl Talk, Nancy Drew and Goosebumps to name a few. Back in my prime, I was reading a book a day. My world revolved around these characters’ adventures, and I have no shame…   Read more >>





What Your Favorite Childhood Book Says About You Now

So I came across this Flavorwire post that was just too cute (but mostly funny) to pass up. Titled “What Your Favorite Kids Book Then Says About You Now,” it takes a look at some of the most popular books we likely read a million times and imagines the kind of people we are now…   Read more >>





Are You Well-Read?

I came across an NPR post the other day titled “The Sad Beautiful Fact That We’re All Going To Miss Almost Everything.” It brought up an interesting point: although you can set time aside every day to read, you’ll only make…     Read more >>