For the 2017 Goodreads Challenge, I put down that I would read 100 books this year—yes, less than last year—but I wanted to give myself more time in between to enjoy the books I was reading rather than rushing through.
I actually ended up reading MORE than the 100 books and read 158! Here are my […]
Category: Shh Moms Love
Denise here… 2017 was another great year in books. Here are my favorites of this year!
1. American Queen by Sierra Simone —Yes, while reading this one I really did say Shh…Mom’s Reading.
2. American Prince by Sierra Simone—Embry be still my heart,; Your love; your sacrifices; I want to know what happens next and I don’t want it to […]
Denise here… as a Disney Mom I was smiling big when I received an email from Disney Publishing Worldwide offering Jeremy the chance to review for them.
Jeremy selected Suspect Read by L.M. Elliott (review below), Art of Coloring: Mickey & Minnie: 100 Images to Inspire Creativity http://amzn.to/2noglDA and Percy Jackson and the Olympians The Percy Jackson Coloring Book http://amzn.to/2BIBHi0.
It just […]
I am sharing my experience witnessing our younger son Jeremy falling in love with the written word.
Last year Jeremy had a true educator as a 5th grade ELA (English Language Arts for those not familiar with the new schooling terminology).
Mrs. Picone took a deep interest in her students—reading countless middle school books so she […]
Denise here… This Shh Moms Love post is about the beauty of witnessing the book community come together for a cause.
I have been so moved over the past 5 years with the pouring of support for the Keith Milano Memorial Fund. After losing Keith 13 years ago to suicide we made it our family’s mission […]
I wanted to share some of my experiences as a blogger over the past almost 5 years since Christine and I founded Shh Mom’s Reading™
I love finding new authors. One of my favorite things about blogging is finding a book that moves me and shouting out about it from the rooftops! It’s even more amazing […]
Today we remember those lost on September 11th. As we reflect on this day, we wanted to share some wonderful stories of courage and remembrance.
We have used many of these resources with our own children.
The Man in the Red Bandana is the powerful story of Welles Crowther who on September 11th perished saving others:
Children’s book written by Wells’ sister http://amzn.to/2cGBSOL