How young is too young to enjoy a movie in the theater? How do we handle choosing movies that aren’t too loud, scary, or overwhelming when viewed on the silver screen? And what, most importantly, does our 11-year-old co-host think are the best movie snacks and treats? Episode 8 is all about the experience of seeing movies in the theater, from toddler to tween and as a whole family. Join us!
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- Sarah read On Being 40(ish), edited by Lindsey Mead
- Allegra is re-reading The War That Saved My Life and The War I Finally Won, both by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
What you’re reading:
- Cora, age 7, is reading Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, Volume 2
- Lucy, age 5, is reading a Nancy Clancy Super Sleuth book
- Alice, age 4, loves Amanda Pig stories right now
- They are all into chapter book series like Rainbow Magic Fairies, Never Girls, Magic Tree House, and Whatever After
- Mom Erin just started The Searcher by Tana French
Thanks to the McCall family for sending in their current reads via voicemail!
- Sarah (mom) recommended Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood, by Trevor Noah and Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know about the People We Don’t Know, by Malcolm Gladwell
- Kate, age 10, read The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson & The Olympians) series, by Rick Riordan
- Erin, age 8, highly recommends the Ivy & Bean series, by Annie Barrows
- Nora, age 6, really likes Big Nate
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