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Car Books -- Help!

Real question: with a longish car trip coming up before the end of summer, how do people "organize" their books and other kid-media? Or does everyone's car look like this?

Elissa Gershowitz

Elissa Gershowitz is executive editor of The Horn Book, Inc. She holds an MA from the Center for the Study of Children's Literature at Simmons University and a BA from Oberlin College.

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Susan Kaydos

Funny you should mention this problem. I am a grandmother now, but we had 3 children who had to share the backseat of the car --- even on long trips. I insisted that each child have a large canvas bag (or book bag). They could take anything that would fit in it and would sit on the floor under their feet. They soon learned to pack items they could share....worked for many years.

Posted : Mar 19, 2020 03:20


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