The Booktrust Early Years award shortlist was announced late last week. For great picture book that you’ve never heard off, please check out this list … makes great gifts for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers!
I’ve seen it time and again: the more you practice these 7 Habits, the more productive and efficient you become, the more you’re able to handle whatever comes your way, and the more things fall into place in your life. Many of these habits are about taking excellent care of yourself, so you can continue to take excellent care of your children and family.
“Jennifer Aniston is very aware of current children’s health issues and expressed her desire to feature a healthy and safe lice treatment product for this particular segment of the film to the production staff,” the ARR Health Technologies release said.
Capability:Mom’s kids are big fans of Percy Jackson as is my eldest so I thought I’d speed through the book, review it and pass it on. I read about a page when said eldest noticed the book and appropriated it for herself. Three days later she pronounced the book even better than the Percy Jackson series which is a huge compliment because she sped through the Percy Jackson series in a matter of weeks.
I found this from BooksOnTheKnob: Apple and Kaplan have teamed up to give away iPad ebooks from Kaplan through iTunes iBookstore. These titles are available:
There is a lot of talk on the internet in the Reluctant Reader arena that graphic novels are a legitimate vehicle for literacy. I, for one, agree! Graphic novels tell stories both through images and words. If this gets a Reluctant Reader excited to read more, what is not to like?
Blame this on a late night iPad binge blog reading session, chortling late into the night reading Go Fug Yourself but I have discovered the inner snark in myself and have applied it to a new and puzzling board book called My Foodie ABC: A Little Gourmet’s Guide by Puck.
If you are old enough to remember Joan River’s TV show on Red Carpet Fashion with her daughter, Go Fug Yourself is 1000x funnier! Or maybe more.
But if you are thinking of getting an Android, Valerie P from TuesBlog just posted on 10 Reasons Why I love My Android. I hope this is helpful to you new technology adopters! More power to you! (And I’ll be bugging you in time to have you explain how to use my Android. When I get one. In, say, 2015.)