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Category Archive: Childrens Books

The Leprechaun on the Shelf – A New Holiday Tradition?

Our daughter has come to believe our home is being visited annually by a Irish leprechaun. Each day she wakes to find what mischief he made while she slept…

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Reading – Give the Gift that Keeps on Giving

Wondering what to buy that special child on your gift list this year? Skip the toys that will be broken and forgotten in a day or two…

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15 Best Children’s Books for Summer Reading

Here is a list of 15 books I’ve put together to read our daughter this summer. What books to you recommend for a 6-year-old girl?

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Daddy, There’s a Monster in My Closet!

“Daddy, There’s a Monster in My Closet!” her frightened voice came over the baby monitor. You won’t believe what happened next…

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In time for Easter – Free Kindle ‘The Tale of Peter Rabbit’

Looking for free Kindle eBooks? Don’t own a Kindle? No problem. Get the free Kindle app and download free books for Kindle like Beatrix Potter’s The Tale of Peter Rabbit, just in time for Easter!

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Saint Patricks Day – Teaching Kids about St. Patrick

I highly recommend parents read to their children daily. Here are some great books we recommend for reading to your little ones as Saint Patrick Day approaches. It’s not all about the green beer, after all.

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Do you know when Father’s Day 2012 is and what you’re getting for dad?

I’m terrible about remember when holidays like this are. Do you know? Have you gotten dad’s gift yet… soap on a rope or an ugly necktie? Here’s another idea…

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Do You Keep Your Children’s Favorite Old Books?

Books have played a very special role in my 3½ year old daughter’s and my relationship. For more than three years now I’ve read to and tucked in my little girl every night…

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Throw Away Grandma’s Cookbook!

Clearly I’m not really suggesting you tear up your grandma’s recipe cards or toss out all of your cookbooks, but the cookbook world is changing… and fast.

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