Book Blog Series
Read ... Read... Read to YOUR child!
Do you hear this from every person you talk to? Reading is so important for children at any age. Why? It supports language development, literacy skills, conversational skills, problem solving and creative thinking... WOW!
Have you noticed there are HUNDREDS... if not THOUSANDS of childrens books floating around? Some are pictures books, some teach academic skills, some are silly stories and some.. some are AMAZING! I'm talking about those books that have a purpose.. that have meaning behind them.. ones that teach morals and values and that YOU remember!
Welcome to the JDEducational Book Blog Series! Each of these books were created by authors who have a purpose.. who have an important message they want to teach children. These Early Childhood books are geared towards kids 2 through 10 years of age.
Click on the photos below to find out more information detailing the story, about the author, the authors story and inspiration for writing it... and where you can purchase your own copy!
A story about a child who wakes up to find a friendly chicken in their home making breakfast! Learn some fun facts about Chickens!
A story about a child who finds his voice while visiting a Speech Therapist. Learn some ways to help your child develop their communication skills!
Follow this family on a silly shopping adventure! When mom is busy and dad is sent to the Supermarket with the kids to purchase items on the grocery list, you never know what you are going to get!
Follow this sweet rabbit as he experiences an adventure! Read "Andy's Dandy Day" with your child to teach them to always be kind. You never know how a smile or a simple "hi" will impact someone else's life. Friendliness, Kindness and Inclusiveness are themes embedded throughout this story.
Follow Spot, the Sea Pup, as he explores the ocean. Along with fabulous sea life illustrations, wonderful ocean photographs compliment the story, making the importance of taking care of our Oceans a reality. Follow Spot as he runs into trouble and is saved by some very special friends.
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