The Case of the Missing Carrot Cake read by Wanda Sykes

Gardening Books For Children to Read

Gardening is an exciting hobby for people of different age groups and children generally are in a habit to get hands dirty in their garden. Some interesting books on gardening can assist children in having fun while they play in dirt doing some productive work.

Book Review of “The Serendipitous Adventures of Curious Posie”

In “The Serendipitous Adventures of Curious Posie”, author Amanda Beck teaches children how to use their imagination, while refurbishing reusable items by turning them into treasures. The book includes a craft to do with parents at the end of the book. Amanda is an author we hope to see more from in the future.

Books For Young Adult – YALSA

If your kids have grown up to be teens for young adult books or maybe are already reading these books, you should acquaint yourself about the activities and services of Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA). A division of American Library Association (ALA), it has emerged as its fastest growing arm. The YALSA promotes and reinforce its services to adults between the age of 12 to 18 years, by bringing them in its total library service spectrum.

Beatrix Potter Books – An Amazing World For Children

Beatrix Potter Books open up the fascinating world of characters for children along with their delicate art work and the attention to detail which seems quite fresh even after more than a century. Children love the magic aura that Beatrix Potter books create around them in the form of its favorite characters like Peter Rabbit, the Flopsy bunnies, the mischievous Tom Kitten, Jemima Puddle buck, Mrs. Titmouse and other amusing characters. Taking account of these amazing characters, if you’re not having a complete collection of Beatrix Potter books, you are missing something in the field of imaginative and fascinating world.

Beatrix Pottery Figurines – Not Just a Storybook Anymore

There are various ways in decorating the nursery of your baby. Occasionally, parents decorate nursery rooms with clowns, space ships, and a lot of toys that play lullabies but the one thing that parents forget to use are Beatrix Potter figurines.

The Secret of Handling Money God’s Way

The typescript is clearly, a reflection of due consideration of the age-grade being addressed. The book layout and graphic make it excellent to read the whole book at one go – it is clearly a page-turner. Logical presentation of the book using a fictional narrative style would encourage any child that reads and works through the book to diligently search the Scriptures.

Lily’s Potty & Pete’s Potty Toddler Books

Get your toddler potty trained by including one of these great board books. Choose the one for girls or one for boys by Begin Smart.

Dr. Seuss’s Cat in the Hat

The Cat in the Hat is a children’s book written by Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss. The main character is a tall, mischievous cat with unique human traits. He is best recognized by his tall, red and white striped hat, bow tie and umbrella. Dr. Seuss wrote the book to support elementary literacy.

To Train Up a Child – By Michael & Debi Pearl – Book Review

Teaching our children is not a simple and triumphant challenge as stated by many stressed parents. Yet, the book, To Train Up a Child, explains the contrary. Published by Michael Pearl of the No Greater Joy Ministries, this 109-page book guide suggests methods and the best way to prepare your children into turning into obedient and peace-loving little ones. It believes that successful training of a child is effective before the need to discipline begins.

New Picture Book About the Effects of Moving House

A parent-teacher guide at the end of the book will make discussing the story and exploring its theme easier. I highly recommend reading this to a child who has recently experience a ‘big change,’ such as moving house, welcoming a new sibling or step parent into a home, or going into a new school.

Children’s Author Donates Proceeds of Her Book to Haiti’s Earthquake Victims

Nicole Weaver was born in Port-au-Prince Haiti. She came to the United States when she was ten years old. She is fluent in Creole, French, Spanish and English. She is a veteran teacher of French and Spanish. She is the author of a children’s trilingual picture book titled “Marie and Her Friend the Sea Turtle.”

To Dance – A Ballerina’s Graphic Novel

The world of a young ballerina springs to life on the pages of this colorful, gripping tale. Each page details the daily routines, thoughts, and dreams of a dancer as she moves to New York City to study at the School of American Ballet.

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