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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Featured Books

What I Tell Myself About Talent” by Michael Brown

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Some are great at some things. Others are good at other things. Some are not good at some things. But, what are your children great, good, or not good at? Some children become adults never having harnessed their inner talents. That’s where What I Tell Myself About Talent enters in continuing the mission to heal and empower adults, parents, grandparents, caretakers and other readers in helping children actively explore their current and future talents through everyday things they do. Inner talent recognition is essential for positive self-actualization in all children. From performing arts and the trades to selfless-serving occupations, help your child explore their inner talents and guide them toward positive self-actualization. Be. Know. Do. Explore.

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“Zoe the crab: Lost on the beach” by Lucia Matuonto

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Zoe is a clever little crab, who is very curious about the exciting world around her. However, she is also afraid to face the many challenges that wait for her on the crowded beach, outside her safe and cozy hole. To accomplish her desire of getting out, discovering new places and making many new friends, she has to deal with predators, humans, snakes, and all kind of unplanned surprises.

Zoe is puzzled and bothered by the fact that she walks sideways. She thinks it is silly and very inefficient. She keeps trying to walk forward. She is always questioning her brothers why only crabs walk like this, while her brothers keep making fun of her. She has no friends and sometimes she is so tired that she just wants to stay at home with her mom.
She is the youngest of three siblings and she is sometimes more mature than her teenager brothers, who are always getting into trouble.

One day she gets also dragged into it, suffers an accident and ends up lost on the beach. Zoe needs for once and for all to face her fears and have the courage to search for her way back to her family. In fact, this turns out to be the best day of her life yet, because she finally meets friends and proves to herself and to her family how much she can accomplish and how strong she can be.

How can all this happen in just 24 hours? Let’s find out!

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Alex Goes to the Circus” by Angela Alexander (with her sons Jalen and Evan)

You and your little one are invited to spend the day with Alex and his mommy as they go to the circus! During the day with Alex, you will sing songs about putting on your jacket, taking off your socks and shoes, and being patient while waiting in a line. This interactive story is a tool that will sharpen your child’s memory and language skills. Strengthen sensory and imagination as they envision the sights and sounds of the circus. Be sure to get a copy for a friend!
Also comes with Coloring Pages Here

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Dad Doesn’t Need a Cape” by Jewel L. Arellano

Dad Doesn’t Need a Cape is a cute, fun, yet informative story that compares a dad (who is a nurse) to different superheroes. Follow along (in rhyme) with a kid who explains some of the many duties her father is responsible for while at work. Nurses and other healthcare team members play a huge role in saving lives, they just don’t wear capes!
This story makes for an excellent resource for teaching and includes fun illustrations that review:
•The human body systems
•Pain assessment tools
•Memory retention tools
Dad Doesn’t Need a Cape shares the universal message that nurses are superheroes and the role that they play is nothing short of heroic and honorable.
As a bonus, once you have completed the book, there is an assignment to help you recall some of the fun facts you learned.
If you are looking for something special to gift your favorite nurse, look no further!

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“The Bug, the Bear and Baby Boo” by Deepna Nagar

Baby Boo is walking along with her mother in the jungle to fetch water when something catches her eye. Baby Boo follows it and finds herself in unfamiliar territory. Does she find her way back home?

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From acclaimed author John Jeremiah, comes a children’s book for the entire family. The Adventures of Central Park New York Cats… Cats have created an enchanted world, within an already delightful Central Park New York… This exciting new-book will absolutely stimulate the aptitude of any level reader, in addition to giving you plenty of smiles and giggles… The Adventures of Central Park New York Cats is an easy to read, action-packed book for all, beginners as well as blossoming readers. The Central Park New York Cats with their extremely diverse character traits and intelligent wit will certainly have you eagerly turning the pages while ruffling your tickle box. This book is perfect for parents, Grand-parents, and teachers, for classroom reading!

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“Goosy from Goosenhagen and his friends: Bedtime Book for Good Night” by Lola Wunder

Are you searching for a book that can be interesting for both children and adults?

Great and warm story with fun adventures will make your child fall asleep fast.

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“The Royal Adventures of The White House” by JoAnn Taylor

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Explore the political world with Hailey as she learns to navigate the campaign trail to Washington, D.C. with her family. The Royal Adventures of The White House combines fiction with political drama that invites readers into the tour bus of hard work and humor. You can be sure that this political fiction will spark the imagination of young minds and future voters of the United States.

The Royal Adventures of The White House:

•is ideal for readers interested in the election process of the United States

•teaches political vocabulary and increases comprehension about U.S. presidential elections

•introduces the concept of the electoral college to young readers

•supplements the social studies curriculum that covers units such as elections, citizenship, branches of government, and much more

•exposes readers to political current events

•improves the reader’s knowledge of United States’ geography

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