Joani Plenty, mother, author, advocate of all things positive, joined us recently for our #30SecondMom Twitter chat. Joani shared plenty of ideas on summer activities for kids and families, DIY projects and even some practical advice on how to handle those pesky summer mosquitos. Joani also shared what’s in her summer tote bag. Books! “I like to read everything!” says Joani. Below are a few of the books Joani plans to have in her bag this summer!
Want to know what DIY projects and summer activities Joani enjoys and the creative ways she gets rid of mosquitos? Stay tuned for the complete chat in an upcoming blog post!
"I plan to read Broken Shadows by @energizre on the beach!" says Joani. Broken hearts and dark shadows, will love ever find its way back to them? We can hope!
Joani loves the cover of this book by @ericaluckedean. The intriguing concept of soulmates throughout time will keep the reader’s attention through the padding of Ava’s first days at college and Maddox’s inexplicable elusiveness.
By USA Today bestselling @AuthorJamie. "It is only $0.99 right now," says Joani. A former secret service agent turned private detective, Mimi Capurro. A disgraced NFL player turned homicide detective, Nick Christianson. A snarky (who knows what his background really is) computer forensics specialist, Charles Parks, trying to keep them from killing each other. And now they must find the killer of a New York Times bestselling author’s assistant.
“My son has ADHD,” says Joani. So this book is in her tote now. Indigo children are bright, intuitive, strong-willed, sometimes self-destructive individuals. They are often labelled – and misdiagnosed – as having ADD or ADHD because they won't comply with established rules and patterns; and they may exhibit behavioural problems at home and in school. In this text, Doreen Virtue explores the psyche of these special children, aiming to positively affect the ways in which parents interact with their children.