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Three Favorite Audiobooks: One Adult, One YA, One Middle-Grade

Written by Jennifer Petro-Roy I was a late-comer to the beauty of audiobooks, but a few years ago, I absolutely fell in love with them. Another way to read books while simultaneously making my commute less hideous? Sign me up! But ever since I left my job a little over a year ago to stay …

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Five Blogger Cookbooks Worth Checking Out

Plenty of food bloggers go on to write cookbooks. Sometimes they’re not worth picking up – they’re virtually carbon-copies of their blog – but others of them are just Plus, there is something so nice about having a book to open up on your counter while you cook, or being able to go through the …

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Six Inspiring Non-Fiction Books about Food and Eating

I really love food and I really love books, so it’s probably not an enormous surprise that I adore books about food too. Over the last few years, I’ve read many non-fiction food books that have inspired me, convinced me to change some of our eating habits, and plain entertained me (and just about all …

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How to Fit Audiobooks Into Your Life (and 5 Recommended Titles)

Written by: Janssen Bradshaw of Everyday Reading I get asked frequently how I find time to read, especially as a mother to small children. One of my biggest secrets is audiobooks. I check out books on CD from my local library or download titles from my library’s digital book collection directly to my computer, phone, …

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Not Your Mother’s Make-Ahead and Freeze Cookbook [Giveaway]

Over in the Eats section we were discussing time saving kitchen tips. Well, my friend Jessica from Life as Mom is kind of an expert on that. She is pretty darn awesome at make-ahead meals and freezer cooking. So awesome that she just wrote a cookbook called Not Your Mother’s Make-Ahead and Freeze Cookbook. Jessica …

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Ripe Author Interview: Cheryl Sternman Rule

My friend Cheryl Sternman Rule, of the award winning blog 5 Second Rule, is here today to tell us all about her new cookbook: Ripe: A Fresh, Colorful Approach to Fruits and Vegetables. Cheryl’s beautiful book, photography by Paulette Phlipot, is not your typical cookbook. It has recipes, stories, helpful information and pictures of food, …

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Children’s Books for the Geography Buff

Logan is fascinated by the cultures of the world. It’s not uncommon for him to ask: “Mom, can I get on CIA World Fact Book and look up countries?” I’m seriously not kidding. That is how much this kid loves history and geography. He knows about places that I’ve never even heard of. Like Lesotho …

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How to Find Related Titles on Goodreads

Goodreads is a great place to rate your books and find new books. I’ve talked about it before in my Intro to Goodreads post. If you’re an avid reader, you might be interested in finding book recommendations based on book titles that you’ve already read. How to Find Related Titles on Goodreads The following is …

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