Round Fish Square Bowl
Round Fish Square Bowl, written by Tom Skinner and illustrated by Mini Goss is a concept picture book looking at the quirkiness of being different, and the true celebration of accepting our differences, no matter what they may be. The book frolics with the characters that children love: the little pig, tortoise and hare, the ugly duckling and mad hatter.How to Choose Good Books
There are millions of books available which poses a challenge when wanting to invest your hard earned money in a book – either as a gift, a way of relaxing or, to learn more about a specific subject. This article provides some guidelines as a way of simplifying this dilemma.Children’s Reading Book – A Child’s Introduction to Science Fiction at a Young Age
For those of us intellectuals that have children, and for those of us that read science fiction, it is nice to know that there are children’s reading books that explore science fiction concepts. If you would like to introduce your child to science fiction, then perhaps there is a book I’d like to recommend to you. It’s one that I own and it is one that I would have my children read, to help open their minds and expand their thoughts.Two Wonderful Project and Picture Books For Your Kids
As parents it’s very difficult for us to find just the right project and picture book for our kids especially when they are young. If we buy one which is too complicated, all they do is end up scribbling while coloring in the scene, or they get frustrated because they can’t solve the puzzles. That’s why there is one book series that I really love and enjoy, and think it is just great for kids.Let Your Child Learn All About the Muppets!
It wasn’t more than 20 years ago that the Muppets became the most popular TV show for children. And it seems that everything has now changed. Today, there are other cartoon characters that our kids are growing up with.The Raccoons Have It – The Children Will Love It
If your children are wondering about squirrels, rabbits, chipmunks and even little raccoons that they might see, there is a great children’s book that has all of these little varmints and critters in cartoon form. It is indeed one of the best children’s books that I have found for ages 2 to 3. The book like many children’s books is quite short, only about 15 pages.The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett – Book Review
The natural order of life is for people to grow, evolve, and have the ability to adapt to change. The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett is really about the transformative power of finding “passion” which gives meaning to life. The author’s writing is very vivid, and the words jump off the pages and transport readers into the story where they become a participant versus a passive observer.One of a Kind Children’s Author – Dr Seuss
Dr. Seuss is easily one of the most beloved children’s authors of all time. Dr. Seuss trivia should start with the fact that Seuss was really his middle name, and that his full name was Theodor Seuss Geisel. A great point for a Dr. Seuss quiz is the origination of the pen name.The Inconvenient Adventures of Uncle Chestnut
The Inconvenient Adventures of Uncle Chestnut is a 64 page book intended for middle grade children. It has four fictional short stories within, is written in a first person point of view, and is based on the life and works of G.K Chesterton.Book Tips For Parents – Inch and Miles, the Journey to Success
An amazing book for all children at the age of 5 and up is Inch and Miles, the Journey to Success by John Wooden. The famous basketball coach John Wooden takes his “Pyramid of Success” and has translated his life coaching model into a delightful book for children to understand.My Read and Rhyme Bible Storybook – Review
A Review of the Book, my Read and Rhyme BIBLE Storybook. I am thrilled about this awesome children’s book! Far too many of these “Bible Stories” books geared for kids are boring and predictable.Book Tips For Parents – Frederick
Reading with children is one of the most rewarding and valuable things you can do. Windows of opportunity exist to share important life lessons through literature. Children of all ages can respond and grow with very little prompting when a caring adult is willing to share a story.