In upcoming reviews, I will be writing about some outstanding books to help inspire and give advice for both young and old graduates. The following are picture books and are good for ages four and up.
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LDS General Conference is right around the corner and I have collected some of the best books to educate, motivate and inspire each of us to become better as we prepare to hear the messages of our beloved leaders.
Children who have grasped reading and have progressed to early chapter books need good books to help them progress into this new world that will fill their imaginations. Here is a list of wonderful books that should encourage even the most reluctant young reader.
Baby books can be one of the best ways to settle down little ones, perk their interest and begin to lengthen their attention spans. Here are great choices to do just that. Additionally, the annual Newbery and Caldecott awards were recently announced. Here are the award winners for best books geared for kids ages ten through fourteen.
Valentine's Day is a special holiday celebrating heartfelt feelings for loved ones and friends. Here are some great picture books that help to make this a meaningful event. The first four books are board books, small and good for ages two through four. The rest of the books are good for ages four through eight.
Non-fiction books can be one of the best ways to inform and inspire kids of all ages. These types of books need to be interesting, as well as informative, to hold their interest. There is a good chance they just might discover what their livelihood might be in future years.