This comic-style early reader, Chick and Brain: Egg or Eyeball?, is a great way to introduce young readers to chapter books.
Marty and Lenny, by Tania Woznicki, is a good story and a valuable tool for teaching young people about empathy and kindness.
Thank You, Mama is Linda Meeker’s first children’s book about the exploration and curiosity of food, family, culture, gratitude, and food as a love language.
Enter to win an autographed copy of Sip Tea with Mad Hatter: At KAMP®, by award-winning author Loretta Neff; plus a $25 Visa gift card to buy supplies for your own tea party!
Giveaway begins June 21, 2017, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends July 21, 2017, at 11:59 P.M. PST.
Come along with award-winning author Loretta Neff on the Sip Tea with Mad Hatter awareness tour, as she engages young minds and instills the values that can shape and transform their lives .
Author Loretta Neff’s Sip Tea with Mad Hatter at KAMP.™ provides kids with an enjoyable approach to manners and etiquette.
These five excellent books cover a wide range of topics, from changing bodies and friendships, to social manners and etiquette.
This is an educational tool that children will enjoy reading on their own or in a group setting being led by a teacher. Thank you, Loretta Neff, for providing a well-written and entertaining resource that teaches important life skills.
What does it means to be a gentleman? Author Antonee Boykin kicks off her new picture book series with a lesson on manners.
Manners, manners, manners. The oh-so important skill: manners! We need them all year round but somehow they seem extra important during the holiday season. Here are a couple of books that have a encouragingly humorous take on sociallyacceptable behavior . I have read each one and give my complete seal of approval. I’ve included the publisher’s synopsis for your benefit, thank you!