Read me a book in spanish

We love to frequent the library and the kids are getting to the point where they are borrowing quite a number of books each time we visit.
Joe, Beth and Franny move to the country and find an Enchanted Wood right on their doorstep.
The story follows Joe, Beth and Franny as they explore the Enchanted Wood by their new home. Oliver Goldsmith Quote“The first time I read an excellent book, it is to me just as if I had gained a new friend. Jellybean calls her's her "baggy." As luck would have it, we had a few books on hold at the library, so we took the opportunity for a quick trip to try out the new bags. I tried to be sneaky about it, but there was no getting around the awkward stares from other parents. Not only was it nice to be able to separate out Buddy's books from Jellybean's, but they are now a nice location to make sure that the library books stay together in one place, instead of being strewn throughout rooms and throughout the entire house.

In the magic Faraway Tree live the magical characters that soon become their new friends – Moon-Face, Silky the fairy, and Saucepan Man.
I remember my Mum reading it to me and my younger brother, and as an adult I look back at not just this book, but the whole Magic Faraway Tree series, as my favourite childhood books. In the Wood, they find the trees can talk, that elves live there, and of course the Magic Faraway Tree, which houses many extraordinary folk. Maybe they didn't even mind, but I felt like I had to be extra clear that I was only taking photos of my own children. Together they visit the strange lands (the Roundabout Land, the Land of Ice and Snow, Toyland and the Land of Take What You Want) atop the tree and have the most exciting adventures – and narrow escapes.
I loved being reminded of all the crazy characters, such as Dame Washalot, who regularly soaked the children when she threw her dirty washing water down the tree.
Not only that, but at the very top of the tree is a ladder which takes you into a number of different lands.

The children explore several of these and end up in all sorts of situations – some fun, such as The Land of Birthdays, and some not as great, such as Toyland. Our library summer reading program always gives a tote bag when you finish the required amount. And, the most important thing to remember, is they must get back to the tree before the land moves on, otherwise they could be stuck up there forever!
Thanks again for sharing it!DeleteMJJuly 27, 2012 at 4:20 PMYay, my first time being featured!

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