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New Year by Rich Lo {Book Review}

New Year by Rich Lo is a book that I feel many children locating to a new school or country can relate too. In this story, we meet a young boy that has relocated from China to America. The story itself is based on the childhood experiences of the author/illustrator Rich Lo and his immigration to America. The differences to adjust are displayed throughout the tale in a way young children can understand.

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Too Blessed to be Stressed Inspiration for Every Day

Too Blessed to be Stressed Inspiration for Every Day is a small daily dose that challenges one to look on the brighter side of life. Written in a way that speaks directly to the reader, it’s like the author becomes your best new pal who’s primary goal is affirming how much our Papa God loves us! The days can be dark but this little book will get one looking to the light and finding the joy in our everyday moments.

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All My Treasures: A Book of Joy (Growing Hearts)

All My Treasures: A Book of Joy
by Jo Witek
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“Mommy, what’s joy? ,” my children ask me. Joy is many things as well as a wonderful emotion. Sometimes, I’ll admit, explaining a particular feeling can be difficult to word. All My Treasures: A book of Joy by Jo Witek gives children a visual into this emotion and it gives parents/caregivers a jumping board to discuss it further. 

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DK Readers: Star Wars Themed!


The DK Readers in this post are some fun titles that are Star Wars themed! There are different reader levels available that are suited for beginners readers and those more advanced.   If looking for a last minute stocking stuffer  or something for kids to spend that bookstore gift card on, why not give these titles a look. The price point isn’t bad at $3.00-$5.00 each for the paperback version! Star Wars is pretty popular so there’s a huge chance many children both boys and girls (parents too!) will be excited about these titles!

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Talking with Your Toddler {Review}

Talking with Your Toddler: 75 Fun Activities and Interactive Games that Teach Your Child to Talk is a helpful guide for parents, teachers and caregivers. This book is packed full of engaging games and activities that can boost and challenge developing language skills. As a mom of three, I felt that a book like this I wouldn’t use so often but my third child is not talking as soon as my first two. So many of the exercises listed, I’m taking note to do early on.  Please note that I firmly believe every child develops in certain areas at different times and when they are ready but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t look for every opportunity to help! 

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