Funny story about my kids from last night:
We are reading Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and rather than just reading it like a normal person, I read it with a British accent… Tula isn’t a fan of Harry Potter (“I HATE Harry Potter!!!” – Tula Daniel, age 6) but Kael definitely is. They both fell asleep reasonably quickly, but not until they had practiced saying “Horklump”, “pixies, fairies, and goblins”, and “Newt Scamander” also with accents. Tula’s got it down. Lol. After they fell asleep. I kept reading out loud, with an accent just to practice. Now, I need to pick a book to read in class that has British characters so I can use accents with them… Maybe, The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe? Any suggestions?

I was going to start reading A Wrinkle In Time but I think I’ll wait until later in the year for that one.