Thanks to Brian, I found this delightful list of possible Summer Reading books. My favorite is Choose Your Own Adventure: Wagons Ho!. Which includes a more historically accurate job than is ever found in a children's book. Reminds me of how I used to think up new American Girls that would never, ever get made, like Rose, the American Girl who works in the Triangle Factory. Can't you imagine the fun accessories, and the valuable lessons on fire safety?
Lissa answers the question of "do you ever sleep" with "yes, but I don't do laundry." Lissa makes me want to homeschool. Except, of course, I don't have children. So instead I'll concentrate on the read, write, and no laundry part.
Does anyone else get really, really hungry while reading Spookycyn?
Harry and the Potters are coming to MPOW. (not so much a musing as, hm, did I tell you this? Should I assume that book folks read the library stuff?)
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