Tag: "children’s books"
As you know we’ve been working with Noor Kids for some time, and we’re giving away a 4-pack. They’re big supporters of the Eid Gift Guide, having shared this testimonial: Mohammed Aaser of NoorKids.com states, “Noor Kids partnered with EidGiftGuide.com last year, and we have chosen to renew for this year. EidGiftGuide.com has helped us improve [...]
Book Review for Kids by Kids Title: Barbie: Skipping a Beat Author: Lynn Offerman Publisher: Grolier Books ISBN: 0-7172-8858-7 Pages: 55 Kid Reviewer: Mama’s Princess Age: 8.5 years Date: June 10, 2009 Reading Time: 20 minutes Intended Audience: Gender: Girls Age Group: 5-7 Rating: 3.5 stars (5-The Best) How I got interested in the book: [...]
As you may remember, Harun Yahya has made a significant influence on my young family’s life. A biologist by trade, I learned a great many things from him when I first began to learn about our beloved Islam, and reverted to our one true religion. This is the #1 site I refer to ALL non-Muslims [...]
Pizza Hut Book It! Program registration began… ends June 9, 2006. Available for K-6th grade students for the 2006-07 BOOK IT! Program. Call 1-800-426-6548 (9 am to 4 pm, CT M-F) to receive your free materials in September. Program Dates: October 1, 2006 – March 31,2007. Or, Click here for the direct link to a [...]
Hurricane Katrina is truly a tragic natural disaster! Although are girls are all under 5 years old, there’s many lessons to learn: 1. Geography: We started learning from the Rookie Read-About Geography series just the day before Hurricane Katrina. Great books! Check them out right now! 2. Science. How and where hurricanes form, weather differences [...]
So, everyone rants and raves about the Bob Books, by Bobby Lynn Maslen , but the girls and I are not taking too well to them. So, through trail and error…here’s what we came up with as our recommended starting points for Beginning Readers. Please share your opinions and recommendations in the comments section below…we’re [...]