One of the best things new parents can do for their baby is to start up a home library for their child. Not only will this introduce a love for reading at a young age, but it will also expose the child to many other benefits. If you’re looking for types of books to get for your baby, then check out our list below!
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Depression can be of the easiest things to hide, but one of the hardest things to overcome. As someone who has dealt with depression in the past, I understand what you are going through. While depression isn’t a one size fits all illness, anyone suffering can find some sort of comfort or help from any or all of the books listed below.
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The leaves are changing and everything is getting pumpkin spiced; meaning fall is in the air! There’s nothing better than sitting by a campfire and drinking hot apple cider while reading a bone-chilling thriller. Here are 10 books to add to your fall reading list!
Second Star to the right and straight on ’til morning may be the proper way to get to Neverland, but here is a quicker way to the land of Peter Pan: read any of the six books listed below and you will find yourself transported to a re-imagined Neverland; along with a new take on Peter Pan and his friends.
Most public libraries have a special story time for preschool aged children. Having been in charge of a story time program for over a year, I have discovered many benefits children get by attending a story time. However, only a few are listed below!