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Houston Moms Blog Book Club:: Read with us in 2020

In 2019, the Houston Moms Blog book club read Michelle Obama’s Becoming Liani Tamani’s Calling My Name Fredrik Backman’s Bear Town Rebecca Makkai’s The Great Believers Tomi Adeyemi’s Children of Blood and Bone Rebecca Skloot’s The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks Such great books! I had a wonderful time reading and discussing these amazing reads […]

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Houston Moms Blog "Books That Will Keep Our Kids Reading" #houstonmomsblog #momsaroundhouston

Books That Will Keep Our Kids Reading

I’ve already admitted my undying affliction–I mean, affection–for children’s books. So even though I did read a handful of books for grown-ups this summer, I read quite a few children’s books.  Want to know some of the latest and greatest in kidlit? You can’t go wrong with any of these:: Middle Grade Novels   Squint […]

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Bibliophile

Confessions of a Bibliophile :: How Books Can Save a Life

It’s pronounced bib·li·o·phil. But I try to make it sound fancier by extending the last “l” for an additional beat.  I’ve been told it almost works.  She’s a lover of books. A connoisseur of odd words. A shameless collector of every Harry Potter edition.  Bibliophile.  Me. I can’t recall when the condition started. Scholastic book fairs only […]

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True Confessions of a Children’s Book Lover | Houston Moms Blog

True Confessions of a Children’s Book Lover

Can I start with a confession? I fully accept that you will judge me and probably roll your eyes or question my competancy. That’s fine. After all, I have shared my love of reading with you and emphasized the importance of reading, especially for us moms. I am working hard behind the scenes on our […]

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Celebrating Houston Independent Bookstores | Houston Moms Blog

Celebrating Houston Independent Bookstores

In our world of online shopping, one-click purchasing, and two day shipping, it’s easy to avoid going into an actual store altogether. Pull up at the curb and have my groceries brought out? Have toys, books, household goods, even clothes delivered to my door step? Yes, please! Convenience is a busy mama’s best friend. However, sometimes […]

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