We went book shopping yesterday at Barnes & Noble. Darling daughter is almost finished reading the Wings of Fire series Book #11 so we went to look for Book #12. Gladly she found it in this aisle. The bookstore is in the process of rearranging the book shelves in the children’s section. No more tables and chairs at the story time area. I guess it is to avoid group gathering during shopping hours. Also, there’s no story time at the moment due to this pandemic.
We enjoy book shopping and we love the bookstore. Just looking around looking at books is a therapy.
We got bored. Since my darling daughter finished reading Tui Sutherland’s Wings of Fire Book #9, we had to order the Book #10 ASAP. DD is into this book series about dragons now. She finds the story fun and interesting. ‘Very picky, too. She wants the books in hardcover format. I figured DD is collecting the series.
Gladly Barnes & Noble does curbside pick up. Their store locations are temporarily closed because of the COVID-19 crisis. But customers are still able to buy books online. We just have to find the nearest Barnes & Noble to pick up our orders because not all bookstores offer this service. It also depends if the items are available or in stock in the bookstore near you.
DD was a happy camper getting her new book. She will be busy with this one for a little while. 🙂
This week is my darling daughter’s second level of swimming lessons. The class is introduced to water movements. The first level swimming class was about water acclimation where the students were taught to feel confident in the water so they won’t be scared whatsoever. Level 2 is about water movement. Students are taught about recommended and proper water movement in swimming. Also, breathing techniques are introduced as well as proper floating and to get off the water by themselves.
K was joined with my friend’s daughter Ari because my cousins’ are on vacation. The instructor teaches the students in the 5-feet deep water then takes them to the 8-feet deep water for the jumps.