Libraries are beautiful places to visit and explore! Their magic is elevated up to the stars when you meet a kind librarian who knows the sense of each book spine, cover, and ribbon bookmark. All the ideas of those before us inspire our minds to open to new clouds of thought, sensed by us long ago and once again. What revelations will you have today? A library can be a community’s heart. It’s that time of year when many children go back to school. For us, as year-round homeschoolers, it’s another season to learn wonderful, dear stories. Here are a few we love.
One of my upcoming books includes a wonderful story of lovely librarians. All of my books include families who love to learn. There is power in understanding and empathy. Live in the Light!
This list is part of my new ‘Favourite Series’ which I’ll add to each season. I can only recommend the books on this list in the means of imagination, and not always for how each book is made. The only books on this list that I know for sure are ethically made are my own handmade books. All of my books feature the benefits of learning. The books here are chosen by the young, and as a parent, I agree that these are helpful and beautiful. This is the children’s list! I won’t write our impressions, as it’s best to allow your first impression to be purely your own. Many more children’s book reading lists are coming up! Happy Reading & Library Explorations! xoxo ~Amor Milagre
We connected dearly with these and read them many times over:
- The Library: Sarah Stewart, David Small
- Planting Stories: The Life of Librarian and Storyteller Pura Belpré: Anika Aldamuy Denise, Paola Escobar
- Bunny’s Book Club: Annie Silvestro, Tatjana Mai-Wyss
- Library Lion: Michelle Knudsen, Kevin Hawkes
A most sincere Thank You! to all of the people who made the books above!
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