Read With The Gringa “At the Gates of Tashbaan”


Join the gringa as we continue reading “A Horse and His Boy” with Chapter 3. It is a tale of excitement in Book 3 of “The Chronicles of Narnia” by C.S. Lewis. In this chapter, my, has Aravis got a story to tell!

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Read With The Gringa “The Faithful Friend”


Join the gringa in a French West Indies folkloric tale recreated by Robert D. San Souci. A Caldecott medal winner, the book is filled with lovely illustrations by Brian Pinkney. Although this story features zombies and evil spells, don’t let that scare you away! It is filled with much more that is good like a romantic love story and dashing, noble, young men who conquer evil with good. So, don’t be afraid to let the little ones enjoy a story that will surely teach them the value of courage and loyalty.

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Read With The Gringa “Owl Moon”


Join the gringa in a delightful coming of age story about a young child going on an owling adventure with Pa. This beautifully illustrated story by Jane Yolen is a Caldecott Medal winner.

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Read With The Gringa “A Wayside Adventure”


Join the gringa in chapter 2 of “A Horse and His Boy”, book 3 in “The Chronicles of Narnia” by C.S. Lewis. Shasta makes a friend, sort of.

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Read With The Gringa “Time of Wonder”


This fabulous book by Robert McCloskey is a Caldecott Medal winner and is filled with beautiful illustrations of summer fun and hurricane excitement on a tiny island off the coast of Maine.

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Read With The Gringa “How Shasta Set Out On His Travels”


Join the gringa in beginning the book “The Horse and His Boy”, book 3 of “The Chronicles of Narnia” by C.S. Lewis. Starting off with chapter 1, who knew horses could talk?

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Read With The Gringa “The Hunting of the White Stag”


Join the gringa for the final chapter of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”, book 2 of “The Chronicles of Narnia” by C.S. Lewis. But, don’t be sad that it’s ending. The adventure continues with book 3, “The Horse and His Boy”.

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Read With Gringa “Missing”


Join the gringa in a children’s tale by Jonathan Langley about love, loss, worry, longing, problem solving, patient faith and the sweetness of rediscovery. Lessons every child needs to learn.

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Read With The Gringa “What Happened About The Statues”


Join the gringa as we near the end of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” by reading chapter 16 of book 2 of “The Chronicles of Narnia” by C.S. Lewis. In the next to the last chapter first, it’s Aslan to the rescue. Then, Aslan, his allies and the girls join the others in the battle with the witch.

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Read With The Gringa “The Man in the Moon”


Join the gringa in a read along of a wonderful tale written by William Joyce. This fantastical journey to the Moon helps children use their imagination to overcome the nighttime fears that nightmares can bring.

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