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48 Books to Brighten Your Child’s New Year

Let the Little Children Come to the Classics While the public education system has, for the past thirty years, been underestimating our children’s creative abilities and progressively dumbing down the required reading in class, a mass of parents have recently displayed an eagerness to have their advanced readers enjoy a far more rewarding venture into the depths of classics and culture. But where to start? You want to give your child a book that is… Read More »48 Books to Brighten Your Child’s New Year

4 Christmas Classics You MUST Read

Some classics are obviously Christmas themed, while others on this list merely bear a passing reference to them, but all these books are imbued with the ‘spirit of Christmas present’ deep in their pages and, like Scrooge, live that spirit all year round! 1. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe In an unending winter, Father Christmas brings hope where there is none; and yet, in the true christian spirit, he can only come to… Read More »4 Christmas Classics You MUST Read

Keeping Up with Sheree

“My life looks completely, totally, 100% different than it did when I first started” What if you could spend your life reading the classics, and could share that experience with the world? Gosh, that’d be amazing! That’s kind of my dream job… Well, that is precisely what Sheree from Keeping Up With The Penguins has done, and I’m so excited to introduce you to her today! “That gave me a list of 109 books to… Read More »Keeping Up with Sheree

How to Stress Less and Read More

1. Calm Your Life Our Modern Lifestyle Does Not Provide True Fulfillment. We are creatures of habit, used to the things we experience every day, and disinclined to take up those things that would break up our natural routines. We roll out of bed, down coffee, commute to the office, work, drive home, and eat dinner in front of Netflix. It is a familiar pattern, a pattern most of us revert to when we neglect… Read More »How to Stress Less and Read More

The Fairy Tale Blog – Find Your Next Classical Read

If you haven’t noticed yet, the Fairy Tale Blog has a whole new look and layout. While the reason for this is very exciting, I apologize if you’ve tried to navigate around the website in the past few days – it’s been a bit chaotic! But believe me, it’s been well-worth it. For years now, I have used the Fairy Tale Blog as my personal platform for releasing my thoughts, short stories, and poetry –… Read More »The Fairy Tale Blog – Find Your Next Classical Read