Mysteries for Kids

Why Sports-Mysteries Are Perfect Gifts For Kids

When you are searching for perfect gifts for kids on your holiday gift list, you can’t go wrong buying sports-mysteries for them. Whether the child is a sports enthusiast or not, sports-mysteries are fun to read, encourage problem-solving skills, effortlessly promote reading, and teach important life lessons. As well, books are inexpensive, can be bought without even leaving home, and are a snap to wrap. They are win-win gifts and nothing else even comes close.   (more…)
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Has Your Child’s Reading Improved Enough This Year?

The school year is drawing to a close and there is only a short time left—have you done everything you can to help your child’s reading improve? Will he be able to read at the level required when he comes back to school in September? There is still time for you to have an impact on your child’s performance in the next grade, and, even more importantly, time to help improve his attitude to reading, which may need an infusion of enthusiasm. (more…)
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Books & More Books—They’re The Season’s Must-Have Gifts!

Whether you are celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, or the Winter Solstice, include books for everyone on your gift list, and you will make shopping easier, less expensive, and more enjoyable for yourself. I love receiving books, giving books, and shopping for books and, if you like to read, you probably enjoy all these activities, too. (more…)
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Why Halloween Stories Motivate Children to Read

The big motivators that inspire children to read and keep on reading are the fascinating page-turners that tell of great adventures, exciting mysteries, heroic children, and tales that deal with monsters, ghosts, the weird, and the scary. Yes, this is the time of year to offer children the chance to read spooky Halloween stories geared to their age and their willingness to experience fear through fictional accounts within the safe harbor of home and family. (more…)
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What Parents Ought To Know About Back-To-School Blues

The first month of school is almost over and many children are still stuck in the back-to-school blues that many parents don’t want to recognize because they don’t know what to do about it. It’s as though they believe kids ought to be happy and, if they aren’t, it is somehow the child’s fault or a parenting failure. (more…)
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