Overdue books

I know a few parents who might consider this free babysitting at the library.  The kid is indoors, watched by reasonable adults, and being quiet.  If he were untied with a book in hand, no one would ever be the wiser.

Several libraries are waiving overdue fees now, which I am torn about.  Part of being able to use the library is the overdues fees.  It’s a rite of passage for many kids.

I do like that the digital downloads are taken back on the due date, so they never have late fees.  I was thrilled when I learned this.  The only drawback is when you are ALMOST finished with that book, and the library takes it back.  Back onto the hold list for you!

Reading Children’s Books

I have picked up a few children’s books from the library, since they showed up on lists.  They are quicker reads, so the reviews will be flying.  So far, I have enjoyed them.  I am working on YA books, too.  I may have to up my reading challenge number, since the children’s books are going quickly.

I am reading them quickly to get the LGBT ones done for Pride Month.

Prince and Knight, by Daniel Haack

LGBTQ list for kids – Pride month

Prince & Knight by Daniel Haack

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I picked this up from the library after seeing it on a list of LGBT books for children. This is a cute story about the prince finding the right person to rule beside him. I loved that his parents let him find his person on his own, to make sure they were the right fit. Another great message for kids!

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