Cozy Up with a Book
We’re barreling forward to the end of 2019 to enter a whole new decade.
Want to kick it off strong in literature and writing without stress? We’ve got you covered!
We recommend starting the New Year with BOOKS!
- Reading is an educational activity your family can ease into.
- Right now your kids have plenty of time to read a book.
- Hands off while you put ‘real life’ back together again after the holidays.
We’ve got early-January offerings ready for you so you have a PLAN come January 1.
Book/Movie Duo: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams
Don’t miss the opportunity to introduce your kids to this beloved British sci-fi romp through the universe as told by the hilarious (and at times irreverent) Douglas Adams. Seriously—a hip choice for teens!
Arrow Book Club: PIE by Sarah Weeks
What’s more fitting for post-holidays than a book called PIE? Alice loves her Aunt Polly, and she connects with her beloved aunt through one of Polly’s favorite things: making pies! When her aunt unexpectedly passes away, Alice is left with Aunt Polly’s cat, Lardo, and a mystery!
The good news? This book features many pie recipes!
Boomerang Book Club: A Separate Peace by John Knowles
Set at a boys boarding school in New England during the early years of World War II, A Separate Peace is a harrowing and luminous parable of the dark side of adolescence. This book is a well loved classic and worth a read for you, too, if you’ve never read it.
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