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Friday, May 18, 2012

A Book To Read To Youngsters

(Today's free eBooks below this post.)
When my three children were knee high to grasshoppers, I used to make up stories for them at night. They were magical, exciting stories to try and develop their imagination and make them feel good and take them to places where they were special. Their favourite stories were the Wild Bird Kingdom stories, so I've started putting them down in book form in a series called 'Read Them Wonder'. The stories can be read in one or two sessions, and are only 99c each, but children will want them read over and over, and you can change the names of the children in the book to their names. There's an explanation at the back of the book as to why these types of stories are important (I have a Masters in Education and my specialist field was in the learning through the arts, such as story telling... so I have a bit of an idea about what I'm saying here) and the language is 'set for reading aloud', which is different from that used when you are just reading to yourself.

If you have some young children, or know of some, put this on your Kindle, iPhone, computer, iPad, or whatever, and keep it close by for reading aloud to them. (The next story in the series, The Wild Bird Kingdom Sports Day, will be out in a week or so.)

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