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Moonfrye Book Club

A book of the week , Discussions, Book recomendations

Location: United States
Members: 92
Latest Activity: Apr 27, 2013

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Graphic novels promote early literacy in children. Have you read any? 1 Reply

Hi!I am a true believer that graphic novels can help promote early literacy. I have seen it first hand. My husband is the illustrator and co-creator of Giants Beware!. Since it's release in April, I…Continue

Tags: tomboy, kids, bookstore, princess, librarian

Started by Darlene Rosado. Last reply by Marques De Valia Apr 27, 2013.

Happy Chaos

 Hopefully all the members of Moonfrye Grabed there presale of multiple copies and are ready for an amazing book.Too help us all understand and know we are not alone with Hectic life and daily…Continue

Started by Carrie Lopez Aug 4, 2011.

Fav Book 12 Replies

I have to say my Fav book is Kite Runner. It made my Jaw drop and I havent found anything yet to pass it. My kids Fav book righ tnow is My brother Charlie. We have two one signed ( in the cabinet)…Continue

Started by Carrie Lopez. Last reply by Robin L Orr Aug 2, 2011.

I'M LOOKING FOR A NEW IDEA TO SAVE BOOKS FROM MY DESTRUCTIVE WAYS 2 Replies

I’m looking for a new idea.…Continue

Tags: protection, care, book

Started by Lisa Ussery. Last reply by Lisa Ussery Mar 21, 2011.

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Comment by Jenny Castillo on September 17, 2011 at 3:31pm
 happy chaos is such a great read it's so great i can't put the book down every chapter is looking forward to be read:)
Comment by Jacqueline Gray on August 23, 2011 at 8:23pm
Can't wait to start reading Happy Chaos but right now I am reading heart of the matter by Emily Giffin, anyone else ever read it?
Comment by tiffany young on July 2, 2011 at 1:29am
i have a bunch of new favs.look forward to hearing suggestions and reading some new books.
Comment by Carrie Lopez on March 17, 2011 at 6:22am
Love the kite runner !!!  You are right not enough time for reading... I wish I had more time to dive into books.
Comment by Carrie Lopez on March 16, 2011 at 12:17pm
For one year, Barbara Kingsolver and her family vowed to only eat food that was raised in their neighborhood or grown in their garden – or they would learn to live without it. The book journals their culinary adventure, and it investigates the many steps in food production. Several of you recommended it, which just sealed the deal in the direction I was already leaning.
Comment by Carrie Lopez on March 16, 2011 at 12:16pm

http://http://astore.amazon.com/betthiahe-20/detail/0060852569

 

Here is a interesting book! About home garedening and living life and eating Green!

 

Comment by Jennifer on May 21, 2010 at 6:15am
Tuesdays With Morrie is one of my all time favorites. I haven't read it lately, but it's one of those books I can't put down, even though I have read it multiple times.
Comment by Carrie Lopez on May 19, 2010 at 12:56am
Anyone read any new books latley you want to share or recommend?
Comment by Carrie Lopez on April 27, 2010 at 12:03am
http://www.amazon.com/Not-My-Boy-Familys-Journey/dp/1401323618

Here is the link for the Holly Robinsons peetes husband Rodney peete's book!
Comment by Juanita Davis on April 26, 2010 at 2:42am
For any one that has recently lost someone dear to them or has a loved one battling with a life threatening illness, I can recommend "Final Gifts - Understanding the special awareness, needs and communications of the dying."
Having recently lost someone very dear to me, this book came as a godsend and helped to put a whole lot of my questions and the nature of my grief into perspective.
Written by Maggie Callanan & Patricia Kelley. These two women have each worked as nurses in palliative care for over 10 years and their experience, astute observation, listening, counselling and sharing with patients and their families really shines through, making this book one of those rare gifts that provides support and guidance for a time that can bring with it a crippling emptiness. This one got me out of bed when I thought that I would never move again. HIghly recommended.
 

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