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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Sometimes it can be challenging trying to encourage kids to remain positive. One way is to teach them the importance of Gratitude. This gratitude journal for kids will help girls focus on the positive things in their lives. It will also encourage an Attitude of Gratitude. Your child will be able to write down 3 things they are grateful for each day. It also includes a “Magic Moment of the Day” to highlight something special that happened to them during that day. They can draw using their artistic abilities in the “Magic Moment of the Day” section to express their gratefulness.
It’s a normal day in the Smith’s house, But Dad has lost his brown shoe. Will Kissy the Cat be able to help Dad find it? Read about Kissy The Cat and The Shoe.
As a child, I had a cat. She always stuck out her tongue and looked like she wanted a kiss, so we named her Kissy. She would bring home lizards and mice and nudge them toward us to eat. Most of the time Kissy was kind but sometimes she was a little mischievous. Read about Kissy and her adventures in Kissy the Cat & The Shoe.
Why choose Kissy The Cat:
- Hand-drawn and digital illustrations
- Great for early readers
- A funny story, that will be a favorite
- Designed and printed with love in the USA
The Stinkies is the ultimate underdog story with a surprise twist that will have you laughing and cheering until the very end. After losing the last baseball game of the season that was played on an old and in-need-of-repair baseball field, little Spencer Cummings is encouraged by his dad to always look on the bright side: There is always next year. Convinced that he and his teammates will never earn the bragging rights to be known as the Meteorites but instead the Stinkies (the Stinkies is the name that is given to the team that loses the championship game), Spencer prays to God for a new baseball field that he is sure will bring him and his teammates the luck and success that they need to win next year’s championship and earn the bragging rights to be known as the Meteorites. While visiting the state fair, the Cummings family enters an exhibit of the retired spacecraft Sputnik–the first spaceship launched into outer space. Once inside, young Spencer Cummings is coaxed by his older brother Bruce into making a wish. Upon exiting the spacecraft, what was once their beloved state fairgrounds is now the state fairgrounds of planet Schlock. Planet Schlock looks like Earth, the people look like humans. But one characteristic that is typical to all earthly humans is the one feature that is considered a danger to the aliens on planet Schlock. With the risk of being exposed as earthly humans and time running out, the Cummings family must elude the alien authorities by blending in with the locals and adjusting to their quirky and strange customs. Frightened and scared, they navigate their way through this strange and yet familiar planet in hopes of finding the black hole that transported them to planet Schlock.
With their lives now at risk, the family reluctantly put their trust in the eccentric curator who provides them with the insight that wishes can be granted through unimaginable channels.
Tun Tun is a baby elephant
Carefree, healthy and very intelligent
Jumbo is his strong, brave father
And Ayo his wise, beautiful mother
At six happy years and a half
Tun Tun is a forest elephant calf
That’s what elephant babies are called
And he’s already more than a metre tall
Elephants, including African forest elephants like Tun Tun, are under threat. Learn about his life, the danger he faces, and the brave people helping him to survive in this beautifully illustrated rhyming story for ages 4+.
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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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