Category: kids books reviews

The World Almanac for Kids 2012 Give away

Win The World Almanac for Kids 2012 and learn together with your kids! About The World Almanac® for Kids: The World Almanac® for Kids is the best-selling reference book for kids, with more than 3.5 million copies sold. Filled with thousands of fun, fascinating facts and essential homework help on a wide range of subjects, […]

Lima Bear Books: Two Children’s Books Giveaway

The Lima Bear Series of Books for children, Megasauraus, The Cave Monster, and How Back-Back Got His Name  are beautifully illustrated and well written. These hard-back books are clever, engaging, feel-good books with a solid, practical message that will resonate in childhood and beyond. (adults are reminded of a few things, too).  As an added […]

I See The Sun Series – 3 Children’s Books Giveaway

The I See the Sun Series of Books by Dedie King & Judith Inglese includes books I See The Sun in Afghanistan I See The Sun in China, and I See The Sun in Nepal This is a truly clever, educational, and smart set of children’s books that offers kids an opportunity to meet other […]

Children’s book Giveaway: Carla and Leo’s World of Dance

I wrote a couple of months ago that my preschooler lost interest in her dance classes, or any classes, for that reason, including gymnastics. She even refused to go to her own recital. Not that I wanted to push her to start dance lessons again, but I was thinking of ways to show her the […]

Easy Kids Activities

It takes a lot of effort to come up with Easy Kids Activities, especially for a road trip. A few weeks ago we went to Charleston, which is about seven hours drive from our town in North Georgia. It took me weeks to get ready for the trip. I got some Plum Organics fruit pouches, […]

Teach children about other countries (children’s book giveaway)

I love Paris. Sounds way too cliché, I know. How could anybody not love it, especially when we live so far away from it? I recently learned a few things I did not know about Paris. For example, that Paris is called “the city of light”. I had no idea, even though I have been […]

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