News from the World of Children's Literature
Thanks for the inspiration and the delightful snowman!
Four year old Leah wishes a fond farewell to her creation, "Snowy" the Snowman, and looks forward to seeing him again after another good snowfall.
Hi Nancy,Thanks for sharing! Yes, January is a new beginning for me. I always reflect on what I can do to make the new year a productive one. I also think about how thankful I am to be an American citizen and to live in such a wonderful country. Life is simply grand!Kind regards,Nicole Weaverhttp://marieandherfriendtheseaturtle.blogspot.com
I should be getting serious, but right now all I want to do is play. LOL! Keep up the great work, Nancy.
My new resolution is to comment more often on blogs.I never have to make a resolution to read. Us Bookaholics always find time for that
If you want to read picture books, dash over to Pen and Ink for 10 first lines from Picture books, or browse the older lines at the end of the post for mid grade books and YA Happy readinghttp://thepenandinkblog.blogspot.com/
Love the snowman Nancy. January is a month to cozy up, and get some writing /reading done. Warm wishes and happy writing in the new yesr!
Absolutely! A snowy January day is the perfect time to be tucked away in my living snow globe and let my mind reflect on what is next for this New Year. In the hushed stillness my reflections drift through my mind at the pace of gently falling snow. This is a perfect time to recharge before these reflections build into plans that carry me at an ever quickening pace into the year. Enjoy!