Category Archives: Books

Why and How to Read to your Baby…by ARHuelsenbeck

All five of my children knew how to read by the time they entered kindergarten. Are they incredibly brilliant? Yes. But more than anything else, I attribute their early grasp of a complicated but vital skill to the fact that … Continue reading

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Can Your Story Change the World? . . . by Andrea R Huelsenbeck

This article previously appeared on ARHtistic License. “We have no problems.” That’s what my husband, Greg, and I say to each other while watching the news on TV. The turmoil and suffering we see around the world make our own challenges … Continue reading

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A Bored Game

I know it sounds impossible, with all the cries of how busy everyone is and all the Facebook posts of how overwhelmed by life they are, but sometimes I hear someone say they are bored. I get it. It’s not … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Suspense Addict…by Peggy Levesque

Confessions of a Suspense Addict…by Peggy Levesque I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t an avid reader, beginning with Little Golden Books as an early gradeschooler. As I grew old enough, I made the mile-long trek to the library … Continue reading

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The Eight Best Christmas Books Ever . . . by Andrea R Huelsenbeck

One of the traditions in my family is the reading of Christmas books. We put out our special basket of books around December 1 and read them throughout the days leading up to Christmas. For several years the books were … Continue reading

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