With the creation of book clubs for adults, it’s no wonder that our children are wondering: “Where is our Book Club?” But with homework, sports, and much more competing for your child’s time (and yours), the idea of setting aside a couple of hours every month to discuss books can be time consuming in itself. Consider this, that book clubs for kids can help you:
- get closer to your child/ren
- share different aspects of their life
- expand your conversations beyond “How was school today?”
- provide insight into your child’s life, their peers, and how they think
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In a brand new science fiction adventure kids will love, from a dazzling new author of children’s illustrated books comes the story of Tippy and his friends, Boo and Neo, and their short and sweet day out to the theme park on Planet Pop. Follow their adventure and travel on the exciting space rocket, the Moon Express, past planets and shooting stars, to ride the spectacular Moon Flume and the dizzying Milky Way Cups. Short and sweet and packed with science fiction adventure and travel to alien worlds in a space rocket, this stellar example of children’s illustrated books serves up an adventure kids will wish they could join – a theme park in outer space, who wouldn’t want to go?
The members of P.E.T. are intrigued by a series of stories the local TV stations have been airing about illegal dogfighting in their area.
Soon after learning this troubling activity is taking place, another news story captures their interest. There’s been an inexplicable rise in the number of missing family dogs.
Sam may not be a mathematician, but he can put two and two together and knows there’s not much time left before more dogs go missing and become bait for this vicious dogfighting ring.
Can Sam expose the ring and return the missing dogs to their families or is he in way over his head?
If you have been searching for an exciting series to capture you, then check out The Dognappers, Book Three in the P.E.T. Series!
There is never a dull day at the Zoo for Vet Logan and Zoo Keeper Scarlett! Making sure that all the animals are healthy and happy in their environment is a job they love. Follow along as they share fun facts about all the animals they care for, work together to help identify the problem, and come up with a solution to help Leonard the Otter.
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Tortoise wishes more than anything to be fast and sporty like his friend. But can he really win a race against a hare? Maybe a little cheating will help… Tortoise learns the value of true friendship, and that we all have our own talents, in this alternative take on Aesop’s fable.
Funny Jokes For Kids is filled with one liners that will have children bowling over with laughter. It is written for kids to enjoy a break from structured school readings. In other words,have some fun reading and laughing!
The Angry Fire Breathing Shark that Saved the 12 Days of Christmas is an exciting children book that every child should read and will enjoy. It is a fantasy story about the 10-year old Anna, and her experience in a family of mother, step-father and one younger brother. Anna stumbles on a glowing stone and a shark, and this experience alters her life as she soon realizes that she has been chosen to save the twelve days of Christmas. Although she does not at first believe in her calling, she soon finds herself filling her destiny, overcoming certain creatures for there to be a successful and peaceful Christmas.
Are you looking for a children’s book with beautiful illustrations of animals that your children will adore?
★★★★★ This book will teach your kid to take care of toys + FREE YOUTUBE VIDEO audio book included!
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The link to access your free video audio book is located at the end of the book.
This story is great for quick bedtime stories and cute tales to be read aloud with friends and family!
- Beautiful Children’s Book with lot of illustrations
- Excellent for early and beginning readers
- Great for reading aloud with friends and family
- Fun short stories that are great for a quick bedtime story
- FREE audio book download included
This books is especially great for traveling, waiting rooms, and read aloud at home.
★★★★★ Excellent book for small children 2-5 years old who love cute animals, dogs, rabbits with wonderful illustrations!
I read this book to my two children, Jane and Tania on my kindle fire. My children loved the stories. – Olivia
Delightful story about Maxi Dog that children will enjoy.
The bestselling, award-winning team of Yolen and Teague present their second original dinosaur board book, a playful “how-to” tale about making a mess and then cleaning it up.
Come along for some BIG fun as your favorite dinosaurs learn to pick up and put away their toys. How do dinosaurs clean their rooms? With trash cans and dusters and brooms!
Now Jane Yolen’s playful, read-aloud text and Mark Teague’s hilarious illustrations show your own little dinosaurs just how fun and easy it can be. Brimming with the same infectious humor as the other HOW DO DINOSAURS tales, this new board book is a perfect companion to the immensely popular picture books and a great baby gift as well.
The most successful professionals starting learning business concepts at a very early age. Having these childhood experiences proved most valuable as adults. They grew up and entered the workforce leagues ahead of their peers in social skills, communication, and business acumen. Children are quick to learn from others and adapt to their environment, more so than any other age. Knowing this, we must ask ourselves an important question. If the best time to learn is during childhood, why there is a significant lack of business education tailored for children? Millions of children’s books are available for sale, however they are written on tales of a fantasy world where animals can speak, everyone is free from responsibility, and there is no conflict. As expected, these books add no value to a child’s development and may even paint an unrealistic viewpoint of the world.