Childrens Book Reviews Articles
Children are a reliable group for loving books. They like reading and being read to. Who can forget the lines that formed for Harry Potter releases? As one reviewer said, “Whatever you may think of the books, they’ve got a lot of children reading!” Children can also be demanding consumers. A cliched or pedantic story will be abandoned in mid-sentence. To find the best of new or recent releases for children, come look through our children’s book reviews. Both fiction and non-fiction books for youth are reviewed here. Readers discuss the story and pictures, reflect on the usefulness and accuracy of educational volumes, and talk about their own children’s responses to the book. It’s like talking with a friend whose kids are the same age about the books they like. If you have a child-oriented website, this is also the place to get good content for posting. Come in and play!
Displaying 1-6 of 6 result(s).Thank You Dr Seuss For Fantastic Children's BooksPosted by Patricia Findlay. Published on Sep 29, 2009 Dr Seuss is the pen name for Theodor Seuss Geisel, an author who initially was headed for an academic career. His doodling during class prompted a fellow student to suggest he become an artist instead of a professor. Already an established author at that time, he changed his focus and worked in advertising for many years until WWII saw him producing movies for the war effort. In the latter years of the war he started to write & illustrate children's books with such appeal to children that he was commissioned to write a primer using the basic 200 vocabulary words. Parenting Book Reveals Importance Of Full Spectrum Of Human IntelligencePosted by Karen Lawrence. Published on Jun 01, 2009 Raising Intuitive Children is an excellent reference for understanding and cultivating a positive and nurturing relationship and developmental environment for an intuitive child. This book offers great insight into the importance of parenting the whole child. Dragon Talk By K D Huxman – A ReviewPosted by Suzanne Lieurance. Published on May 11, 2009 Five-year-old Kristin loves dragons and everything about them! She finds comfort in her favorite stuffed toy dragon, Drakon. Teaching Children Values Through ReadingPosted by Jacob Erdei. Published on Jan 30, 2009 This is a great book my child just got the other day. It teaches about sharing. Something every single child out there has an issue with at some point. Great for children with siblings and comes with a wooden toy car for the child to assemble. Katie & Kimble – A Ghost Story By Linda Thieman – Book ReviewPosted by Madeline McElroy. Published on Jan 21, 2009 This is a ghost story of a girl named Katie who is nine and the other girl that you see on the front cover is a girl named Kimble who is ten. The two girls met when Katie heard a girl laughing at her new house but she didn't see anyone. Billy And The Birdfrogs By B B WurgePosted by Richard R Blake. Published on Nov 30, 2008 "Billy and the Birdfrogs" is a zany story of adventure beneath the streets of New York City. Billy's mother was a paleontologist. Billy's father worked as her head assistant on her archaeological projects. While still a young child Billy's mother mysteriously disappeared. As a result of her disappearance his father deserted Billy. As the story begins Billy is living with his unconventional grandmother. The Manhattan townhouse where Billy lives with his grandmother contained and underground passage. Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2007 – 2010 by, All Rights Reserved.