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One more kiss?

“One more kiss?” her small voice asks out of the darkness, gravelly with sleep. I lean over and press my lips to her feather-soft cheek, giving her my benediction and promise. I will be here for you: when you learn to use the toilet, ride a bicycle, ride a...

8 New Books for Three-Year-Olds

Last week I posted about 10 Classic Stories for Three-Year-Olds. Today, here are some of our newer favorites! Froggy Series I love this great series for this age group. Froggy is always doing silly things and the onomatopoeia in these books make for a fun read. Mix It...

10 Classic Stories for Three-Year-Olds

My daughter loves books. I couldn’t be happier. We read 4-5 books a day together, and I wanted to share some of the best classic stories for three-year-olds to enjoy. I will be following this post with one sharing some of our favorite new children’s books....

Immortality

Authors are powerful. The stories they weave are the only stories that survive word for word in the same manner from generation to generation. They shape morals, opinions, history, and fact. All in the power of the written word. I desire to use my words to touch and...

Officer 652

Inside of the soldiers was the true strength of the new Unity government, rising out of the chaos of the war. The microscopic nanos created the new master-race, one microscopic modification at a time. It was said that the soldiers could not be killed; that they could...

Nazis and Jesus

I just finished reading The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom. I had never read it before, although I had heard a couple of the stories that happened to her while in the concentration camp. If you haven’t read this book, I highly recommend that you put it at the...