Books Help You Talk To Your Teen About Important Life Issues

Tweet I remember when my first mother-daughter book club read a book that dealt with teen sex. The moms were pretty freaked out, thinking our 13-year-old daughters were too young to read about kids just a few years older than … Continue reading

D.E.A.R. — Drop Everything and Read

Tweet Today is Drop Everything and Read (D.E.A.R.) day, a wonderful time dedicated to the joy of reading. When my daughters were young, they had D.E.A.R. time every day in elementary school. In middle school this time was known as … Continue reading

Cindy Hudson Talks About Books for Two Generations of Readers

Tweet Today you’ll find me guest posting on author Kristin O’Donnell Tubb’s blog. I wrote an essay for Kristin about the need for books that can be read and enjoyed by two generations of readers. When you choose to read … Continue reading

Kristin Bair O’Keeffe, Author of Thirsty, Talks About Reading with Her Daughter

Tweet Kristin Bair O’Keeffee, whose debut novel Thirsty was recently released, has written a wonderful essay about reading to her young daughter. Thirsty is a gritty story about tenacious women and their struggle to find what makes life bearable in … Continue reading

Cindy Hudson Talks About How Book Clubs Change Lives

Tweet It’s not an exaggeration to say that being in a mother-daughter book club can change your life. Today, I’m talking about that in a guest post on author Kristin Bair O’Keeffe’s blog. Kristin’s debut novel, Thirsty, was released around … Continue reading

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