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 Interview with Miso Agogo, Debut Author of “Honey in the Woods”

Hello RWYK family! Today on the Reading with Your Kids Podcast, we’re talking about importance of teaching your kid a second language and lifetime benefits of knowing foreign languages. When we were drumming up ideas for who to have on the podcast for this episode, We knew one thing for sure: We wanted to talk to Miso Agogo.

When it comes to teaching kids a second language, there can be a confusing array of choices. In this episode Miso shares with us some of the most popular methods to help you find the right way for your child to learn another language through her  first children’s book, Honey in the Woods. 

Honey in the Woods includes many educational tools for children. This book can be used to recognize shapes, practice counting, encourage creativity, reading, expansion of vocabulary, parent-child interaction, imagination and reasoning skills, while giving every child an introduction to foreign language and cursive writing at an early age (3-8 yrs. old).

How learning a new language can change your life? Listen and hear what Miso Agogo thinks – you might be surprised!

 

More about Miso Agogo

Miso Agogo is a published poet, songwriter, and now new author of her first children’s book, “Honey in the Woods.”

PictureA Florida and Georgia native, Miso (pronounced Me-so) currently lives in Killeen, Texas as a proud Army wife and mother. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in English, Creative Writing and Drama. Miso loves to travel the world and currently works as a freelance editor helping other authors and businesses achieve excellence during the publishing process.

Miso is available for school/daycare visits, community events, book festivals, and writer/editor workshops so kids and adults can get feedback and make their great work, greater.

 

More about Honey in the Woods

PictureHoney in the Woods puts an urban twist on a timeless story, Goldilocks and the Three Bears.  It’s a current depiction of a child’s curiosity.

The book is a beautiful and interactive mix of storytelling, coloring, vocabulary and Spanish. It also touches on friendship and the affects of parenting dynamics.

​With the help of parents, family members and educators, Honey in the Woods have opportunities on each page to engage and teach, depending on the child’s age.

 

In this episode

  • You’ll hear an excerpt from Honey in the Woods
  • Miso describes the story and the main characters of her book
  • More about the book and where did Miso get the idea to write her book
  • Jed & Miso discuss why teaching a foreign languages to kids is incredibly rewarding
  • Why as parents, WE need to be the ones to take efforts in introducing our kids to foreign languages
  • What kind of conversations parents and children can have after reading Honey in the Woods
  • Jed shares some great words of wisdom from an american novelist and short story writer Louis Dearborn L’Amour and much more..

 

Finally, where can we find Miso on the internet?

Her website: https://www.honeyinthewoods.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/childrensbookauthor4u/?hl=en

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/honeyinthewoods/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/AuthorMisoAgogo 

 

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