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To-read checklist

books

This year, reading books should be at the top of your priority list. And what better way to start your 2016 reads than with our favorite authors, Mitch Albom, Paulo Coelho, Neil Gaiman, and Harper Lee?

Make sure these books are part of your library today. Happy reading! You can place your order online through National Bookstore website:

http://www.nationalbookstore.com.ph/books/fiction-literature/the-magic-strings-of-frankie-presto-a-novel.html

Source: National Bookstore newsletter

My bookworm kids

My kids developed the habit of reading at an early age. I’m glad that we’re able to instill in them the love for books as preschoolers. When we bring them to the office or a relatives’ house, I always carry one or two of their favorite books. I also bring crayons and coloring books instead of toys. Now that they are older they still enjoy reading books and magazines. They also check on some sites on the Internet for good reading stuff . With the accessibility of Internet at home, I just hope their interest with books will never fade as they grow older.

My kids love books!

mommy moments

My kids developed the habit of reading at an early age. I’m glad that we’re able to instill in them the love for books as preschoolers. When we bring them to the office or a relatives’ house, I always carry one or two of their favorite books. I also bring crayons and coloring books instead of toys. Now that they are older they still enjoy reading books and magazines. They also check on some sites on the Internet for good reading stuff. With the accessibility of Internet at home, I just hope their interest with books will never fade as they grow older.

Here’s a good note about the importance of reading:

It is observed that children and teenagers who love reading have comparatively higher IQs. They are more creative and do better in school and college. It is recommended that parents to inculcate the importance of reading to their children in the early years. Reading is said to significantly help in developing vocabulary, and reading aloud helps to build a strong emotional bond between parents and children. The children who start reading from an early age are observed to have good language skills, and they grasp the variances in phonics much better. Source: Internet

How about you, does your child have the same fascination for books? You may share your story here.

Happy weekend everyone!