Monday, February 2, 2015

What I'm Reading

Now that's what I call diversity. 

A tome on the science and history of foods. 

A late-elementary kid's book that's delightful to read. Third book in a lovely series introduced to me by a former tutoring student. 

And a book on how to ensure my child is as creative, brilliant, and independent as possible.*

*JK. Totally recommend the Montessori methods of how to teach very small children- and how to set up their environment in a way conducive to learning. I mean, my little babe's playing used to largely consist of throwing everything she could on the floor. Now she will actually PLAY with her toys!

1 comment:

  1. Hi, Anamaria! I saw your response to my comment on Haley's site, so I thought I would respond here so you would be sure to see it. :) We are attending All Souls. We are fairly new to the Episcopal tradition, and despite the lack of variety of parishioners, we do love it. :)