Tag: children’s books

“Learning Colors” – A Library Box of Children’s Books & Activities

“Learning Colors” – A Library Box of Children’s Books & Activities

A Box of Children’s Books My local library has a set of really cool boxes that kids like me can check out. They are full of children’s books and activities all centered around one theme. One box is has books that tell you about the […]

An Easter Basket of Thrifted Books

An Easter Basket of Thrifted Books

Easter Gifts Apparently Easter is turning into a mini-Christmas these days. Mom’s words, not mine. I haven’t been around for 2 years yet, but she’s ancient (almost 30, that’s a big number, right?), so she would know better than me. According to mom, the last […]

Greyson’s Book of the Week: “Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?”

Greyson’s Book of the Week: “Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?”

Children are made readers on the laps of their parents
– Emilie Buchwald

From Addie, Greyson’s Mom:

Why we feature Greyson’s Book of the Week

Access to books at home is imperative to foster high literacy and learning skills for children. No matter what your income, skin color, or background is, books really do “take you places.” We try to read to/with Greyson every night. We’re not perfect – we may go 2 weeks without reading, but then we pick back up like we never left off. It is amazing to see how he already mimics reading. He LOVES it. We want to share our love for reading with you each week in hopes that you’ll learn about fun books and get a laugh out of our goofy antics. (more…)