Fun-Filled Rainbow World of Children’s Books
What comprises children’s literature has become a subject of hot debate amongst today’s literary and pedagogical scholars. Put broadly, the umbrella term “children’s literature” covers all the books that are written about children and are read by children. Many a time, the definition of children’s literature is determined by the teachers, literary scholars from academic and pedagogical institutions, librarians and the various book awards committees.Are the Aesop’s Fables For Children and Adults?
Am I caring properly about building and reinforcing wisdom structures into my children’s mindset while I’m raising them? Who else am I allowing to take part of my children education and habits/skills formation? Are my family traditions still alive for my children to follow up on them, or they’re lost already? Are the Aesop’s fables a good reading for these days regardless the many years ago they were written? Are they used by serious people working on serious projects in any way that could help me grow up my children wiser in life?When Your Grandparent Dies – A Child’s Guide to Good Grief Book Review
When a grandparent dies, mom or dad has lost a parent and may be so consumed with grief they are not able to help their children grieve. Days later, the grandchildren will still be grieving and need some extra support. So where do parents turn when their own feelings are still so raw.Children’s Audio Books – Educational and Entertaining
The ever popular children’s genre has been around for a long time, and is extremely popular with children from all age groups and from all over the world. Even those children that cannot read, can still enjoy stories via children’s audio books.The Potty Book For Boys – A Book Review
I think ‘My Potty Book For Boys’ is THE potty book for boys! It was the first potty book that I bought for my son Jamie. He was 20 months old and I wrapped it up and gave it to him for Christmas. He has several potty training books now but this one is by far his favourite.From Lladro – A New Privilege Gold Creation
This is a classic from childhood literature, an immortal tale of passion and determination created by Lladro Porcelain. A little one-legged tin soldier falls in love with a dancer and puts his own life at risk when he attempts to save her from a fire. What at first seems to be an impossible love, eventually triumphs when both are rescued from the flames, which, instead of destroying them, has joined them together for eternity on a single heart-shaped base.Author David Miller Begins His Journey Through a Mystery Into His Past
“The Ghost of Bobby” tells the tale of a 19th century English family whose twin children, Sammy and Thomas, are pressed to embark on a flight of terror against a sinister man named Skeats. Skeats pursues the family from the shadowy streets of London to the back alleys of Paris and back, thankfully, always under the ever-watchful eyes of a powerful and mysterious ghost dog named Bobby.Children Books – Entertain and Educate the Little Ones
The books that are written keeping the interests and likings of the kids are known as children books. These books educate and entertain the little ones, as they come with attractive fonts and great illustrations.Super-Detective Flip Book – Two Complete Novels
t was a sincere honor to take on the book review project for Super-Detective Flip Book: Two Complete Novels in light of the fact that this book has allowed a whole new generation of readers to access a very popular series from the 1940’s. Off Trail Publications have worked with Reverse Karma Press to introduce the iconic fictional hero Jim Anthony and his nemesis Rado Ruric in a book that utilizes a very old style – it is a flip book; and this means that once the reader has completed one story, they then flip the book over to access the second Jim Anthony adventure.O’Shaughnessey – A Boy and His Leprechaun
I absolutely loved reading O’Shaughnessey – A Boy and His Leprechaun by Jeremy McGuire. I am certain that young readers will want to open the book and disappear for a while as soon as they see the wonderful fantasy image on the cover. The author, incidentally, also created the many illustrations that can be found throughout the book – Jeremy’s artistic talent definitely plays on the curiosity and fanciful minds of youthful readers. Mr. McGuire’s bio states that his art and narrative style are greatly influenced by his fondness for 19th Century literature and art.Thank You Dr Seuss For Fantastic Children’s Books
Dr Seuss is the pen name for Theodor Seuss Geisel, an author who initially was headed for an academic career. His doodling during class prompted a fellow student to suggest he become an artist instead of a professor. Already an established author at that time, he changed his focus and worked in advertising for many years until WWII saw him producing movies for the war effort. In the latter years of the war he started to write & illustrate children’s books with such appeal to children that he was commissioned to write a primer using the basic 200 vocabulary words.Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar
A classic book by Eric Carle. A must read for both young and old.