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Here’s A Summary Of The Press Release For My New Kids’ Mystery
6:45 pm , March 26, 2014 0

Here’s A Summary Of The Press Release For My New Kids’ Mystery

Children will benefit from the critical thinking prompted by ‘Someone’s Trapped,’ a soccer-themed whodunit for kids 8-12 in this second book in the Viking Club Mystery series by Maureen Grenier.

Kids’ Mystery Stories Promote The Use Of Problem-Solving Skills
3:07 pm , March 24, 2014 0

Kids’ Mystery Stories Promote The Use Of Problem-Solving Skills

Parents and teachers try to find books that will interest youngsters so that they will read and more and read better without realizing that mystery stories can not only accomplish this but will encourage critical thinking as well. The difficulty in working with poor readers to improve their reading skills is in figuring out how {Read More}

A Sports-Mystery Teaches Children About Winning And Losing
5:49 pm , December 4, 2012 0

A Sports-Mystery Teaches Children About Winning And Losing

Within the sports mystery, Something’s Missing, three children unite to solve a mystery, but in addition, each one has a problem to solve. This is Jaylon’s problem: A Snippet from Chapter Three:

A Sports-Mystery Appeals To Kids, Good And Poor Readers Alike
10:35 am , October 15, 2012 0

A Sports-Mystery Appeals To Kids, Good And Poor Readers Alike

Mystery stories appeal to children who are good, poor, and average readers. Gifted students and good readers are drawn to them because they love the challenge of the brainteaser: Who did it? Why? How? They also like to follow along with the characters within the story who are working on the mystery and trying to {Read More}

The Value Of Friendship Is Emphasized In A Kids Sports-Mystery
7:18 am , September 28, 2012 1

The Value Of Friendship Is Emphasized In A Kids Sports-Mystery

Having friends is important at every age and it’s during childhood that people learn how to be a friend and discover what it takes to develop and sustain a friendship. You depend on your friends to work with you when you play team sports, and you count on them to be by your side if {Read More}

Children Love A Good Mystery And This Love Can Make Reading Fun
1:47 am , September 20, 2012 8

Children Love A Good Mystery And This Love Can Make Reading Fun

Children love a good mystery and, if you are trying to motivate your child to read, introducing the fun of trying to solve a mystery can help a lot. If you read with your child, and especially if you are helping a slow reader practice reading skills, the mystery story makes reading a happier experience {Read More}

A Kids Sports-Mystery Fun Read Will Reinforce A Key Life Skill
6:57 am , September 17, 2012 27

A Kids Sports-Mystery Fun Read Will Reinforce A Key Life Skill

Reading to learn or to understand something is quite different than reading for fun, which falls into a different category altogether. Children read a sports-mystery for pleasure, and can miss out a word or not understand the meaning of a word and still go on and enjoy the story. No one will test them; the {Read More}

Motivate Your Child To Read With A Sports-Mystery Story
2:14 pm , August 29, 2012 28

Motivate Your Child To Read With A Sports-Mystery Story

Parents and teachers will try almost anything to encourage children to read more, and books that fall into the category of sports-mystery appeal to children on several levels. The most important level is always that the story is fun to read. Forget examples of high moral character or learning about historic events – is this {Read More}