This is a cute book that teaches young children about the concept of banking. The end of the book touches base on “Money Matters” key words and “Conversation Starters” regarding making money…
Whether you are homeschooling, or your child is in a private or public school system, teaching a child how to read may have it’s ups and downs. I believe as partners in our children’s education we have the opportunity to make learning-to-read exciting and engaging.
Rock Away Granny is geared for ages 3-6 (grades Preschool – Kindergarten). It can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and anywhere children’s books are sold.
In Blind Acceptance, the author experiences a metamorphosis as she confronts the realities of war, racism, and the cultural changes for women of her time.
The House That Jane Built (storylineonline.net/hou se-that-jane-built/) tells the true story of Jane Addams, an activist and social worker living in Chicago during the turn of the 20th century.
Isn’t it great to dream…and dream…and dream??? That is what this book is all about…magical creatures…dragons, unicorns, griffins and more! What do the clouds hold, what’s in the water, in the forest? Your child’s daydreams will soar as they read thru this mystical dreamer book that is filled with a child’s fantastical day dreams.
Purrball (the kitty) moves to Brazil with his friend Darryl for a year. Upon arriving, there is an earthquake that scares Purrball into the wild. Purrball meets a new friend (a sloth) who he calls Burrball.
Yes, you read that right…I forgot about the library. I forgot that there was a beautiful place down the street from me, filled with hundreds and hundreds of books.
I have started reading again before I fall asleep at night. And let me just tell you, it’s amazing! I used to read constantly. I never went anywhere without a book in my purse, or backpack.