Children's Books, Parenting

The Magical Mindful Day – Children’s Book Review

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The Magical Mindful Day - Children's Book Review

The Magical Mindful Day 

by: Deborah Slazar Shapiro

It is a story about hope for the future on this Earth that you and your child will enjoy together. In the book, The Magical Mindful Day, brings awareness to the world around us. As the subtitle states, it is a story about Mindfulness, Connection, and Caring for the Earth. My son and I read this together and it is so engaging especially with the illustrations on each page.

To be mindful you have to first understand what it means to be mindful and paying attention to what is going on around us. The book talks about recycling, choosing outdoor play over electronics, the element of breathing and taking in Oxygen and so much more that connects us to all living things.

You can visit their website to hear a relative song and more about the book and Author.

Children's Books

Celebrating Women in Business with the children’s book – Neema’s Reason to Smile

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Celebrating Women in Business with the children's book

Neema’s Reason to Smile – May 1, 2018

By: Patricia Newman

The greatest gift a child can be given is education. In this book Neema dreams of going to school so that she can be financially secure one day. There is a town in Kenya where many kids are unable to attend school. Then one woman opened up the Jambo Jipya School which gave kids access to schooling despite funds for supplies or lack of parents understanding that it is important. Kids who always dreamed of school but had no access finally did now. It is an example of how dreams can be realized through community along with an inspiring story about female empowerment and global citizenship.

This book is a part of the Lightswitch Learning division of the Sussman Education Company. This means that Neema’s Reason to Smile is an engaging resource for parents and teachers who want to help their children succeed all the way around. The book is inspiring and based on a real life story

Neema's Reason to Smile

You can find the book on Amazon and begin lifting a child up today with this inspiring story.

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Children's Books, Education, Parenting

New Anti-Bullying Books: The Little Girl with the Big Voice

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New Anti-Bullying Books: The Little Girl with the Big Voice

The Little Girl with the Big Voice – Release Date April 24, 2018

by: We McDonald

We Mcdonald was a beloved contestant on the hit NBC show, The Voice. In this book she tells the story in her own words about being a girl who endured bullying. In her story she finds her voice and no matter what anyone says, she overcomes the bullying and gains success.

This book is a part of the Lightswitch Learning division of the Sussman Education Company. This means that The Little Girl with the Big Voice is an engaging resource for parents and teachers who want to help their children succeed all the way around. The book is inspiring and based on a real life story.

You can find the book on Amazon and begin lifting a child up today with this inspiring story.

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Sports Illustrated Kids: The Baseball Fanbook – New Release In Time For Baseball Season

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Sports Illustrated Kids: The Baseball Fanbook - New Release In Time For Baseball Season

The Baseball Fanbook: Everything You Need to Know to Become a Hardball Know-It-All

(A Sports Illustrated Kids Book) by Gary Gramling

Just in time for baseball season is the second installment in this Fanbook series. The first book was The Football Fanbook and now on April 3, 2018 The Baseball Fanbook will be available. Right now you can preorder on Amazon!

Synopsis

The next book in the Fanbook series from Sports Illustrated Kids, The Baseball Fanbook has all the nerdy-cool insider knowledge that fans ready for next-level, in-depth stats need to know to impress their friends, family, coaches, and any season ticket holders they may meet. Tailor-made for baseball fanatics ages 8 and up who know the basics of the sport they love, may play it, and are looking to become super fans, this new fanbook is filled with fun trivia, unique lingo, and illustrated behind-the-skills how-to’s. Chapters include Team Tidbits (salient baseball facts about every MLB team), Think Like a Manager (essential strategies to understand), He Reminds Me Of (compares current players to legendary greats of America’s favorite pastime), and much more!

This is such a fun gift for the baseball child in your family. A great read together as a family!

Children's Books, Education

An Ecology Lesson in Sylvia Rose And The Cherry Tree Children’s Book

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Sylvia Rose and the Cherry Tree

by: Sandy Shapiro Hurt

With a child’s imagination and a will to travel, this story is about the friendship between a girl and her cherished Cherry Tree. She wants to take her tree around the world, but this tree is rooted and cannot tag along.

While her animal friends help uproot the tree so that they can travel together, it soon becomes apparent that the tree served a very important purpose where it was. Now the tree is gone and her animal fiends have lost their food and shelter.

This is a fun book full of wild imagination and a little lesson on ecology. You can get your copy on Amazon!

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New Children’s Book – The Backup Bunny

New Children's Book - The Backup Bunny

The Backup Bunny

By: Abigail Rayner

Let me start by saying one word – Precious! Anthony is 10 and he still has his ‘Bear Bear’. All kids have their favorite stuffie or blankie so this story is relatable even to the oldest child who hears this story. We even laughed a bit in parts of this book.

When Max loses his favorite toy—Bunny—his clever mom brings out the “backup bunny”—Fluffy—to save the day. Fluffy is thrilled to have the chance to play with Max, but is soon rejected by the observant child who notices that his ears are too new and perky. Can Fluffy find a way into his favorite boy’s heart?

 

Find the Backup Bunny on Amazon and Simon & Schuster books.