Friday night was family movie night. I was not that excited to watch this but was pleasantly surprised and needles to say the children loved it.
*** 3.5 stars
Saturday night while Den fought in his online "war", Hugh REVeled in the drag race and Katie and I boogied and sang our hearts out. A classic.
**** 4 stars
Sunday night is a movie night just for me and Den. We love these war movies and it was very good - even if you knew the ending and they were gonna fail.
*** 3 stars
Now one more item I have come across that I would like to share. A recommended reading email from my library once again. This one looked intriguing and I was not disappointed. Although a bit above the kids comprehension, a super story. Here is a review:
" ..... Everyone will fall in love with The North Star, as I have. It is an inspired fable about our journey through life...and the pleasures to conform that are exerted on dreams when they run counter to the expectations to society. It is a book for those who know, or will eventually realize that what they are doing is not what, in their heart of hearts, they want to do. It is for parents and other educators who seek to develop the unique potential they see in every child. And, with its utterly magical illustrations, it will enthrall the children too. If only every individual could find and follow his or her own star and be encouraged to do so. How different the world would be. The North Star moves us in that direction ......" -- Dr. Jane Goodall, Scientific Director The Jane Goodall Institute .
It even has its own website found HERE