I often quote my favorite motivational speaker the late Jim Rohn.
He said, "the book you don't read won't help you."
I'd like to add that the book you don't read to your child won't help her (or him).
Today, I'd like to let you know about an amazing blog that I discovered.
It is called Read Aloud Dad. The father carefully picks children's books to read to his twins. He reviews them at his blog.
His blog is bright, colorful, easy to read, interesting, and full of wonderful book recommendations for children.
I've worked as a recreational therapist for children for the last 8-years. I often look for children's books that can be used for a therapeutic purpose in treatment. I think this new blog is going to be very beneficial for me as a rec therapist.
And I think it could be very benficial for any parent or teacher.
Here is the link:
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