Category Archives: Book Blogaholics
Exciting tweet chat this Thursday, May 16th with Pattie Mallette! If you could ask Pattie Mallette 1 question what would it be? Comment with your question and she just might answer it on Thursday! Remember, NO RSVP is required. To participate, simply follow @PTPA, @kobo and @PattieMallette, and follow the hashtag #nowherebutup to join in on the conversation! You could win 1 of 20 Kobo Touch eReaders! Looking forward to tweeting with you on Thursday! We’re excited to have the chance to chat with Justin Bieber’s mom, Pattie Mallette and would love for you to join in! We will choose … Continue reading
Tomorrow, March 2nd, would have been Dr. Seuss’ birthday and since he is a beloved hero of mine, it’s got me in a Seussical mood. I want to do something fun and silly with the kids tomorrow since we have read and LOVED so many of his books. To keep his memory alive and have fun with the kids, here are 4 ideas I came up with for a Dr. Seuss Celebration. Read and Explore. Dr. Seuss wrote more than 40 books, so pick your favorites and spend some time in the wacky world he created. My favorites are The … Continue reading
2. Have you ever wanted to make a heart-shaped cookie, cake or cupcakes? Follow these simple steps for How to make a heart-shaped cake or cupcakes and muffins with a simple marble! So easy and you don’t need the heart-shaped pan!
Who doesn’t love to get silly once in a while, whether it’s jumping in leaves in the fall, making a snowman, playing dress up or even making funny goo! At momstown this month, we are getting our “silly on” with creative crafts, funny books, crazy dress up or hilarious snacks!
Creating a fun Halloween Party is often even better than going door-to-door! Whether it’s too cold or wet to walk around the block or you just want to celebrate this creepy holiday, visit your local dollar store or decorations and get ready for indoor fun!
1. Thanksgiving brings turkeys to momstown – and crafts for all ages, whether it’s for a toddler playgroup, preschool class, or a holiday activity at home. Waiting for Thanksgiving dinner to be ready? These are some great ideas to entertain the kids or they make gifts to say “I’m Thankful for You” to give them to the special teachers, friends and family in their lives. Continue reading
Ever since 50 Shades of Grey hit the underground mommy world there has been a renewed interest in erotica. Folks might disagree and claim that erotica has always been popular. Sure, they’re right, if you consider paper bags and whispers popular. What EL James did, with her poorly written yet somehow mesmerizing, trilogy of sex, love, dominance and submission was bring what women were reading, thinking about, and maybe even doing, to the forefront. I remember when I was a teenager one of my guy friends asked me what girls talked about when we were alone. Boys, makeup, sex, fashion, other … Continue reading
I’m hooked on another book series and it’s not one that I would typically find myself reading but I just can’t stop! The books are enormous with over 1,000 pages each and I’m on book… 5 or 6. Thank goodness for my eReader otherwise my book shelves would be falling over right about now. What is this series that has gotten my attention? No, it’s not a romance. It takes place a long, long time ago in another world with kings, queens, knights and even dragons exist. This is so far out of my normal reading that I’m almost embarrassed … Continue reading