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Fun ideas about how you can bring your books to life.
Books have a magical power to transport the reader into any world at any given point in time. We can sit at home and become completely immersed in somebody else's life. Best of all, books help to expand our understanding of different people and cultures as well as ourselves. When we read a story as a child, it becomes a part of our own identity. Reading a diverse range of books exposes children to an array of characters with different perspectives. This helps give children a heart for everyone, thus assisting in developing empathy. (De, @booksandbabycinos)Embracing Our Differences - December Suggestions
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10… A study several years ago by researchers from the Institute of Education in London found that children who receive bedtime stories from their parents as infants perform better in vocabulary and spelling but also in maths. Reading supports numeracy. Books are full of numbers and images for counting. (Kim, @bookbairn)Counting Up and Down - November Suggestions
Title: Beginner’s Guitar for Kids
Author: Corey Klaus
Illustrator: Pamela Hodges
Age Group: 5+ (Bug loved this though and he’s almost 4)
Synopsis: A comprehensive guide to help littles learn guitar basics.
If you ask me if I play an instrument, I’ll probably tell you I’m pretty good at …
Title: Peanut Butter and Jelly
Author/Illustrator: Ben Clanton
Age Group: 3-6
Synopsis: Narwhal and Jelly team up again, this time with a peanut buttery flair.
If there’s one American stereotype that my family lives up to it’s our love of peanut butter. It goes on almost everything in …