This post was actually supposed to go up on Thursday of last week. But then the baby had a special kind of day with about six hours of crying in a row, and you know, no post. And then it was going to go up yesterday, but instead my friend Sarah came over and we made cupcakes for her seven year old's birthday party. And, in the Rochambeau of life, cupcakes beat computers. So, it is Saturday and now, I think, this post will go up. And do you know what it is? It is the Alphabet Glue Volume Ten sneak peek post!
Can you believe that this is the tenth issue of the magazine? I can't. Especially since I'm pretty sure that when I first started this little project, I was going to do about two issues and then move on to some other half-baked idea. But here we are.
In honor of the fact that Volume Ten is Volume Ten, the projects inside are a super fun mash-up of all of the types of projects and activities that you've come to expect in an issue of Alphabet Glue. You'll find simple science, inspiration for young naturalists, and ideas for writing, drawing and keeping track of favorites from the library. And of course, you'll find new book recommendations to keep your library bag in good use all winter long with reads on such wonderfully varied subjects as snowflakes and stalactites. This issue has a little bit of everything, and I think that you all are going to really, really love it like we do. It has come together so well and so smoothly and I can't wait to share it with you!
How about we meet back here Monday morning and I'll do just that? Plus, in honor of the ten-ness of this issue, I will cook up some kind of awesome giveaway this weekend as well, and you'll be able to enter it here on the blog.
Happy weekend, all!