Today, for this post-Christmas What To Read Wednesday, I’m sharing a small sampling of titles that my family exchanged as Christmas gifts.
Perhaps we are Icelandic at heart?
In preparation for the upcoming film, we’re reading aloud A Wrinkle in Time, with it’s legendary opening line: It was a dark and stormy night… Husband found this additional graphic novel* for the kids to enjoy on their own.
A forever fan, Firstborn received another fun kids’ book about timeless icon Audrey Hepburn.
Center Sister was thrilled to receive another Mermaid-centric title.
Husband received The Martian author Andy Weir’s new book, Artemis.
And my hold finally came in at the library for Tom Hanks’ new collection of short stories.
*Graphic novels are a terrific addition to any home library– wooing reluctant readers with the unique, unintimidating format and engaging illustrations. Our kids re-read them continuously. Husband found a whole stack of new titles to add to their collection this Christmas.
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