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The Eric Carle Collection is Now at Gymboree

Disclaimer: I am compensated for sales through Gymboree and Amazon links and may receive compensation for this post. Thank you for supporting Ann Arbor with Kids by shopping through these links. I was very excited when I heard about the Eric Carle Collection available at Gymboree. The collection includes both play wear and sleepwear options. They are even offering select sleepwear […]

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Summer (and Beyond) Reading: My Daughter’s Picks

My daughter definitely has a strong preference for non-fiction and Star Wars in her reading tastes. I just placed a book order on Amazon for some upcoming releases and thought that I would share her picks with my readers who are looking for books for their kids. Disclaimer: I am compensated for sales through Amazon and LivingSocial links. I appreciate […]

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Where in Ann Arbor is Waldo? Join the Search

Waldo is hiding around downtown Ann Arbor during July thanks to “Find Waldo Local” sponsored by Literati Bookstore. Make Literati your first stop to pickup your passport (any day in July except July 4th) which will list participating businesses who have a small cardboard Waldo located in their business. If you collect at least 10 stamps, you will receive a […]

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The Big Read Dearborn Kickoff at The Henry Ford

Tomorrow, The Henry Ford Museum will hold The Big Read Dearborn Kickoff in the museum’s Anderson Theatre from 11a-2p. Disclaimer: I am an Amazon Associate and am compensated for sales through Amazon links. I appreciate your support of my blog by shopping through my links.  Visitors will receive a complimentary copy of The Call of the Wild by Jack London, […]

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Christmas Countdown: Reading Christmas Books

Reading Christmas Books

My daughter’s idea for yesterday’s Christmas Countdown activity was to read our selection of Christmas books. She had been asking where the Hallmark Snowpeople books were so she was thrilled to see them. However, as she was going through the books, she was getting worried. The Polar Express was missing. I sent her up to her room to check the bookcase […]

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Kids Book Series Review: Travels with Gannon & Wyatt

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own. My daughter loves reading and is a fairly advanced reader for her age (2nd grade). When I was presented with the opportunity to participate in a campaign for an adventure/travel series of books, I knew that she would […]

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Barnes & Noble Kicks off Annual Summer Reading Program

Each year there are many places around town that do summer reading. Barnes & Noble in Ann Arbor will be kicking off their summer reading program on Saturday, June 1. They will be hosting the Children’s Literacy Network Bookfair beginning at 10a. Events on Saturday include: 10a Award Winning Storyteller Laura Pershin Raynor 11a Acclaimed Storyteller LaRon Williams 11:45a-12:15p Beauty […]

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