About Fami-Lit

The other day, I took a picture of my seven-year-old twins eating dinner.  I thought it quite amusing that their noses were buried in books, forks lying limply in their hands.  After uploading the picture, giggling to myself, I realized that I had many, many pictures like this:

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My husband has pointed out on many occassions:  “They get that from you.”  Yes, I was (ok, I AM) the type to read the cereal box if no other reading source was readily available.

Upon reflection, it might not be entirely polite. But we love to read.  If you are similarly afflicted, this blog is for you.

The goal of this blog is to share books that are great for moms and kids, provide mom-to-moms and kids-to-kids reviews, and foster a love of reading in the whole family.

We love it all, from biographies to tell-alls, classic literature to chick-lit, Little House on the Prairie to Captain Underpants.  A good book is a good book…some entertain, some inform, some give you introspection, but if it makes you want to keep reading, it’s a keeper.

Looking forward to sharing our passion with you.


4 responses to “About Fami-Lit

  1. Kristen Miles

    I look forward to reading more reviews! My oldest is 7 and has finally discovered the joy of reading on his own!

  2. HI! I just nominated you for a blogging award! It’s nice to have other kid bloggers! Check it out at http://thiskidreviewsbooks.com/2012/02/06/i-am-one-thankful-kid-i-got-4-blog-awards/

  3. I also have twins, and I remember how much they used to look forward to the Harry Potter books. It is great to see your kids reading so much.

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