So here's what's currently on my nightstand (or on the floor next to my nightstand, to be more accurate; my nightstand is covered with various medications and dirty tissues):
The CAFE Book
by The Sisters
(bought for myself on Amazon)
We implemented the Daily 5 for the first time this past year, and I'm looking forward to incorporating it with CAFE. I went to a workshop the week after school got out, and it seems just as great as D5. Unfortunately, I've yet to crack this one open. Mostly because I'm already reading another school book...
Work Hard. Be Nice.
by Jay Mathews
(borrowed from school)
Positive Discipline the First 3 Years
(found at my brother's house and took it)
I have a 13 month old. And this is my first time being a parent. So I know nothing about it. Need I say more? I like this book so far. I'm on like Chapter 9 or something. It's hard to keep track when you're reading so many freakin' things simultaneously. LOL.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Feeding Your Baby and Toddler
by Elizabeth Ward
someone who thinks I'm an idiot my mom bought for me)
Again. I have a 13 month old. And not only do I not know how to discipline him, but I don't know how to get him to eat big people food. *sigh* He will basically only eat pureed baby foods, yogurt, cheerios, mum mum crackers and puffs. With a few exceptions, but it totally depends on the day. This book isn't really helping me much with my son's picky-eating issues other than to tell me the fancy-pants name for it. Something or other-phobia. Thanks for that. Now tell me how to fix it.
White Girl Problems
by Babe Walker
Please don't read this book if you are easily offended. Or if you don't like cursing. Or the word vagina. You've been forewarned! That being said, this book is hilarious. I'm reading this one on my Kindle. I hard core love my Kindle, but one can only afford to buy so many books at one time, eh?
I'm usually reading a fiction book, chick lit, etc., but after finishing The Beach House by Jane Green last week, I decided I'd better read my school books before starting a new "for fun" book. :)
So what's on your nightstand, peeps? Anything I should read?