My favorite holiday growing up was book fair season. Once a year, all would gather in the school library to get our very own new books. I’d run right to my favorite genres and do the math (note: this was the only time I’d be good at math) to ensure I got my every penny’s worth of reading materials.
I thought my kids would be the same way, but—OH LOOK SHINY THINGS.
We send them in for books and they come back with, well, it’s a process.
Here’s how it goes down:
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