Thank you for purchasing our July Family Reading Crate – We Are Family!

As stated in the enclosed booklet, the following page contains all of the extras that you could use to further enhance the experience of going through this month’s offering. You will find a PDF of activity printables, helpful links of other related topics, movies or documentaries you could watch, or additional  books to purchase or borrow from the library.

Happy Reading!

Family Sub Box Printables

Helpful Links:

https://www.ancestry.com/ – If you have never researched your family tree, now is a great time to do so!

 

 

Additional Books to Read:

Younger Readers:

Families, Families, Families!

The Family Book

Mommy, Mama, and Me

Daddy, Papa, and Me

Me and My Family Tree

Middle Grade Readers:

Bronze and Sunflower

The Penderwicks

Forever, Or a Long, Long Time

The Lotterys Plus One

The Unlikely Story of a Pig in the City

Young Adult/Adult Readers:

Commonwealth

The Nest

Shanghai Girls

Little Women

Middlesex

I Capture the Castle

The Night Journey

 

Family Friendly Movies about Families:

The Sound of Music – Classic musical about a talented family of singers living in occupied Austria during World War II

Finding Nemo – On of my families favorite Disney movies about a father and son who are both trying to get back to the other.

The Incredibles – A fantastic film about a family of super heroes – action, suspense, comedy – there is something here for everyone!

Fiddler on the Roof – One of my all-time favorite musicals – the story of Tevye and his family of 5 daughters living in Russia at the time of the Pogroms.

 

 

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Pre-orders are expected to ship by the the last week of July.


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