A good organization tip is to designate a library tote bag. Right now you can get one for $2.50 in the dollar section at target. At home we leave all the books in there so we don't loose them and at the library we use it to carry all the books around.
some of last weeks picks:
Bunny Williams' An Affair with a house. I will do a post later about something really great I read in there. Lovely book, and it has recipes, because really ,living well is about so much more than just decorating your home.
Dr. Seuss' The Lorax. If you haven't read this with your children DO IT! GET IT NOW! I'd been putting off reading the last of Dr. Seuss books, the ones that deal so beautifully with real issues, The Butter Battle Book and The Sneetches and all the rest..but I thought Daniel was ready. Anyway, my son seriously wanted to talk about this book for like an hour after we read it. He kept asking questions and finally said I get it mom, I get it. It was so AWESOME. This is why I read, why I want him to read and why I was a teacher.
Finally, Raising Boys by Steve Biddulph. Ive read this once before but it's such an easy read and really such an important book that I decided my husband and i needed to re-read this together. This book is a must read for those who have to deal with boys in any capacity.