Plants in the Park- Dimi Stanos
Want to know how to develop your child’s interest in science? National geographic has an interesting book about plants in the park.Gender Stereotypes
Gender is the first label that a person gets in their life. Not a second after they are born are they categorized as male or female. They do not know it, but this label will follow them and style their actions and beliefs throughout their lives.CS Lewis and the Chronicles of Narnia
C.S. Lewis wrote seven connecting stories for children titled the “Chronicles of Narnia.” These stories are extremely similar to those found in the bible. Lewis used his religious background and beliefs to create Narnia and its characters, along with the conflicts and experiences that they go through. The stories teach children biblical tales in a fun and exciting new way and they do not even realize it is happening.Children Books – Base of Knowledge
Children books are usually written in simple language to develop reading habits among the children. Reading habits actually help a kid to expand his or her knowledge bank and face the tough competitions with confidence.Lost At Sea – Rainbow Fish & Friends
Rainbow fish and friend went on a field trip to the Crystal Caverns. Miss cuttle had paired Rainbow Fish with Tug. Rainbow Fish forgets to keep an eye on his buddy and Tug goes missing.Looking for the Ultimate Children’s Book?
As a writer myself, I realize how difficult it is to entertain with my writing, whether it is children or those of us who have never grown up. But, can you imagine the talent it takes to entertain both young and old, that is to say young children and the child in you? It’s possible although few have ever been able to master this talent. One gentleman, who is a classic writer of children’s books is Dr Seuss and we have all either read his books or at one time in our lives had them read to us.Historical Fiction Set In Ancient Sumer – Secret Of The Scribe By Jennifer Johnson Garrity
Travel with young Tabni from her sumptuous palace home, down the broad Euphrates River, and into the bustling Sumerian trade center of ancient Ur. As she makes her way alone in the big world, she must guard a secret at great risk? Will she be found out?Book Review – Diary of a Wimpy Kid
There is no wonder “Diary of a Wimpy Kid,” has been nominated for a Kids’ Choice Award for Favorite Book. Author Jeff Kinney immediately immerses you into the thoughts and actions of sixth grader, Greg Heffley. Greg’s antics wouldn’t be complete without his best friend, Rowley, who at times, Greg can’t stand.Middle Grade Book Review – Victory
Both eleven years old, Sam Robbins lives in 1803 and Molly Jennings lives in 2006, but their lives cross an emotional barrier 200 years apart that transforms Molly’s life. Overcome with the loneliness after the death of her father, Molly Jennings finds herself moving to Connecticut in the United States from her native England when her mother remarries an American man.Middle Grade Book Review – Listen to the Ghost
Jade Dalton is at the threshold of her eighteenth birthday and is to spend summer vacation at her grand-parents home in Charleston, South Carolina with her brother, David and her best girlfriend, Elaine. Strange occurrences happen to Jade, from musical sounds at night to pink mists. “Out of the corner of her eye, Jade caught movement. Ha! I see you. She swung around. She blinked. She blinked again. She rubbed her eyes and stared in awe at a faint pink mist hovering over the fireplace mantel on the far wall.”Middle Grade Book Review – So B It
Heidi has no idea where she was born, her birthday, her father, and how she finally arrived at the doorstep of Bernadette. Their new neighbor who has “angora phobia” (which is the fear of going outside) takes them in, and teaches and nurtures both mother and daughter as best she can.Middle Grade Book Review – A Crooked Kind of Perfect
Zoe Elias aspires to be a prodigy piano player and holds onto her dreams of Carnegie Hall. She believes that if she can only get a baby grand piano her wishes will come true.