Children’s Book Nooks

October 2, 2015 at 11:05 AM Leave a comment

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From the bottom of my heart, thank you for contributing to my brother’s classroom book fund.  I was absolutely overwhelmed by the kind outpouring and donations.  We had filled up his asking donation by 9:30 that morning.  You guys made me cry happy tears which are so much better than the exhausted tears I’ve been shedding with the double whammy stomach flu that has run circles around my house the past two weeks.

You’ve given beautiful gifts to those young children.  Thank you so much.

There is tremendous power in a book and it’s so wonderful for a child’s imagination.  If I had the space, I would create a book nook for my girls.  Here are some inspirational spaces…

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I’d also then take over their book nook with a cup of hot tea, an oversized wool sweater and a good old fashioned paper back novel.

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