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100 Books for Summer Reading
Is it very hot where you live? Stay home on those 100 degree days, and see if you can read 100 books with your kids this summer?
Do you need to get a gift for a child who loves to read? Here is a few shopping ideas and not just from the mega bookstore.
Christmas Advent Activity
Start a new Christmas advent tradition. Wrap up 24 Christmas books in pretty Christmas paper. They should represent a variety of interest levels and actual sizes of the books.
Early Chapter Books for Children
Early chapter books help young children make the transition from picture books to chapter books. They come in a variety of subjects so you should be able to find just the right ones for your child!
Food in the Library?
Library time is much more that just checking out a book - it has become more interactive. It´s time to sample some yummy foods.
Kindle Paperwhite for kids?
A few years ago I would have said that to buy a kindle for a child was a waste of money and a bad idea. I have changed my mind after doing some personal research.
Magic Tree House Research Guides
The Magic Tree House Research Guides will help your children expand their knowledge of the world. They take the reader to the places that Jack and Annie, travel in their Magic Tree House.
Max Elliot Anderson for Reluctant Readers
Max Elliot Anderson writes children adventure books for reluctant readers. They are part of the Tweener Press Adventure Series. Newspaper Caper. Terror at Wolf Lake. North Woods Poachers. Mountain Cabin Mystery. Big Rig Rustlers. Secret of Abbott's Cave. Legend of the White Wolf.
Picture Books for Children
Picture books introduce infants, toddlers plus preschool and early elementary kids to the world of reading. Enter the world of picture books and treat the children in your life.
Read to a Dog
When your child frequents the school library and proudly brings home a book or two each week you can count on the fact that they will read many books throughout the school year. But what happens when school is closed for the summer?
Summer Fun at the Library
Libraries aren’t just for checking out books.
The Magic of a Library Card
Every child should get their own library card as soon as they possibly can. If they can print their own name they need a card and a book bag.
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As children grow up their reading choices change. Sometimes, they see what their friends are reading and think they should read that “certain” book. Sometimes, their interests just change. And sometimes, they aren’t really sure what they want to read.
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