Sharing "Five" Connections (because we only have five days left in the challenge):
1. On Day 25 of this challenge, I was the 5th slicer to post. How about those multiples of five?
2. I have five books I want to read that I've recently picked up from my holds shelf at the library. (Please know that I won't get them all read before I have to return them.)
Handling the Truth - recommended by Ruth Ayres and Leigh Anne Eck
The Power of Fun
ain't burned all the bright
Becoming Mrs. Lewis - a book club book that I want to read
Picturing a Nation
3. I have five books hand-selected for the grand boys.
Magic Tree House Land of the Dinosaurs (graphic novel)
Charlie and Mouse Lost and Found (the boys love the Charlie & Mouse series)
Eyes that Speak to the Stars
4. We're getting ready for a quick family getaway. And of course, choosing which books to take along is the most important decision of the trip. Are your worried about my math skills? You should be! That's a stack of nine board books. How on earth can they fit into this five themed post? I tried to whittle the stack down to five, but I love all these books. So here they are organized into five categories.
1.) Begin the Day: Hello, My World
2.) Books with Moving Parts: Peekaboo Moon, Demolition Dudes, Who Loves Books?
3.) Concept Book: Landforms: A Geography Primer (son-in-law received a globe for his birthday this month, so learning about the earth is extra fun at their house right now)
4.) Books with an SEL (Social and Emotional Learning) Focus: A Recipe for How Much I Love You, I Feel Sad, Happiness with Aristotle
5.) End the Day: Sleepyheads
I love that I can check out board books for the grands from the library. They did not have board books available for check-out when I was raising my children.
5. I saved the best connection for last. Terje's birthday is today (March 27th). To solve for her age, multiply 5 times n (n=the number of fingers on your right hand + the number of fingers on your left hand). Pop over to Just for a Month and help her celebrate.
This is my eleventh year of participating in the March Slice of Life Story Challenge. This year I'll be mining my memories (some of the time) for stories to share.