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December 14 2006 Children's Books Newsletter

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Not Enough Beds : A Christmas Alphabet Book
Christmas symbols enhance children's alphabet learning in Lisa Bullard's "Not Enough Beds : A Christmas Alphabet Book."
Dr. Seuss' "The Foot Book" is an excellant picture book to teach opposites. The whimsical characters and rhyming verse delight children.

If books are on a high shelf beyond a child's reach, place a basket or bin of books on the floor. This makes the books accessable. Every month change the books in the container.

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