Read With The Gringa “The Fight At Anvard” Part 1


Join the gringa in a read-along of the first half of Chapter 13 of “The Horse And His Boy”, Book 3 of “The Chronicles of Narnia” by C.S. Lewis.  Shasta and Corin take part in their first battle.

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Read With The Gringa “The Unwelcome Fellow Traveler”


Read along with the gringa as we continue with Chapter 11 of “The Horse And His Boy”, Book 3 of “The Chronicles of Narnia” by C.S. Lewis. Will Shasta ever have a moment’s peace from all of these crazy run-ins with lions as he travels to Narnia?

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Read With The Gringa “A Caucus Race and a Long Tale”


Join the gringa in reading chapter 3 of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” by Lewis Carroll. Getting dry, frightful tales and becoming unpopular, all in one afternoon for poor Alice.

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Read With The Gringa “Robin Seeks The Friar Of The Fountain”


Join the gringa in a read-along of chapter 7 of “The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood” by Howard Pyle. Boy, is that one fierce friar!

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Read With The Gringa “The Mitten”


This precious story, retold by Alvin Tresselt, is based on a Ukranian folktale. It is full of charming woodland creatures all seeking warmth and friendship as they escape the chill of winter.

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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 “Goodnight Giant”


Join the gringa for a wonderful bedtime story about friendship and how to help one another fall asleep.