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A little guilty fun for us today just in time for Valentine’s Day…. check out Hot Dudes Reading on Instagram.
Here’s an example of their posts. And you can submit your own photos by tagging @hotdudesreading or emailing pics to email@example.com.
We had to share this hilarious video from a fellow mom (who’s also a writer).
We’ve got to read Johanna Stein’s book too: How Not to Calm a Child on a Plane: And Other Lessons in Parenting from a Highly Questionable Source
There are no faster or firmer friendships than those formed between people who love the same books.
If you’re a reader and a mother, like us here at Books for Her, you are probably working to turn your kids into readers as well.
If you have thoughts on the top books for kids, including classics of course, but especially anything new, we want to hear them! We would like to post lists of top books for kids.
In the meantime, check out these fun children’s classics as modern minimalist posters.
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Do you keep up and wonder about the financial relationship between authors, booksellers, publishers and more recently Amazon? I’ve caught several interesting headlines on the battle between Amazon and a top-five publisher Hachette … and this article from Sound and Video Contractor does a great job explaining the honest relationship.
Some notes from Books for Her:
Bovberg ends his article citing another by Mishka Shubaly, “Sympathy for the Devil: In Defense of Amazon.” “Jeff Bezos didn’t build Amazon: We did. Amazon didn’t buy out and board up independent bookstores. We abandoned them. We chose convenience over community, commerce over art. The Big Five sell glossy covered, sensational page-turners and celebrity tell-alls and escapist vampire soft-porn because this is what we’ve told them we want to read.”
Who’s side are you on?
I read for pleasure and that is the moment I learn the most.