Today, this set of beginning readers are free for Kindle! Jenna has clicked with them so easily and the majority of the companion sets are available to read for free via Kindle Unlimited and one set through Amazon Prime Reading.
You either love or hate flash cards, I adore them! Like everything, all fc are not created equal. I love these from Trend(Jenna took off on the right track immediately!)They are straight forward.
I simply can’t get enough books. It takes me several days to finish a good book but the joy of being so engaged in the story that you actually feel a part of it is like no other feeling.
Yellow Crocus and Quaker Cafe are two recent reads that I adored. Quaker Cafe starts out a bit slow but is a really enjoyable, heartfelt story. Yellow Crocus is just a winner, through and through.
If you love reading, try out Kindle Paperwhite, I’m really loving it and have started 11/22/63 again…can’t wait for the miniseries, James Franco will be a terrific Jake!
Go here for advice about raising good readers.
For years I’ve wanted custom book shelves, here is the first(of many, we have lots of books ;)Paul made this for the girls’ room…
Due to the fact that I clearly have a book buying problem, once in a while I donate a stack to our county library. You know, to make room for more!
Only for my books though, I could not ever get rid of any of the children’s books, they’re extra special!
It’s articles like this that reminds me of how dedicated my parents were in making sure I loved books and that I had every possibility of becoming an early reader. They read to me every night beginning when I was a baby through my elementary years.
I knew when I had children we would be surrounded by books! Here are some favorites…
We fell in love with Biscuit during Paige’s Kindergarten year.
Cody loved Clifford and My First Little House Series. Paige was a Pigeon fan! Jenna enjoys these books. The American Girl book, Danger at the Zoo is one of my favorites. I enjoy these books as much as the kids do.
If you ask a child if he or she likes school or wants to count or sing their ABC’s and they reply with a yes, there’s a good chance they’ve been raised in a home surrounded by books and the sound of reading. It’s never too early to start, read to those babies as soon as they are born and never quit. You won’t regret it!