A week or two ago Rowan and I ventured out to the library and wandered the stacks in the children’s area. We have a decent collection of fairy tales that I like to browse whenever we visit, and it was while I was doing just so that my little one brought my attention to the… Continue reading Books, lately.
I have been enjoying the children’s books we have been bringing home from the local libraries as much as Piper has been. I wanted to share a few titles with you, so that you might enjoy them, too. By Roseanne Thong: Noodle Magic, Round Is a Mooncake, Round Is a Tortilla, and Red Is a… Continue reading A list of recent favorite children’s books.
Just a short walk from home someone has organized a Little Free Library outside — the kind that looks like a large birdhouse, but has a door and a couple of shelves lined with books to share. We stopped by the other day to check it out and I was delighted to find a few… Continue reading A gem from the Little Free Library down the road
I find a trip to the library always time well spent. The quiet calms me, while the productive energy of study and exploration fosters my own feelings of inspiration. I returned two books this weekend, only to bring home yet one more book, two movies, and two CDS. Our days feel even more enriching and stimulating when… Continue reading Inspiration
After a trip to the library last week, I took home a novel titled Pomegranate Soup by Marsha Mehran, as well as Nigella Lawson’s Italian inspired cookbook Nigellissima. Pomegranate Soup tells the story of three sisters that fled revolutionary Iran, and found themselves in County Mayo, Ireland. There, they open The Babylon Café in honor of… Continue reading Pomegranate Soup and Torta di mele