When Daronte’s Father Went to Prison: #RWYK Great Read Certified
Posted By : Date : jdoherty | 11-01-2017
#RWYK Great Read #Review - When Daronte’s Father Went to Prison by Kimberly Ballou         🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 Woohoo! Reading with Your Kids is ELATED to announce that “When Daronte’s Father Went to Prison” by Kimberly Ballou is the first book to have earned the Reading With Your Kids Certified Great Read Status. The Reading With Your Kids Certified Great Read designation has been developed to acknowledge outstanding books and products that kids and parents will love to experience together. When Daronte’s Father Went to Prison   Blurb: Ten-year-old Daronte Williams…
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Tough Cookie
Posted By : Date : jdoherty | 07-12-2017
Tough Cookie Book by Kate Louise Review by Fatima Khan, Associate Producer, ReadingWithYourKids.com What happens when a gingerbread cookie has no ginger in his body? It is a wonderful story of a gingerbread man being made without GINGER. He’s made of eggs and cinnamon and flour and butter and sugar, but he’s missing a key ingredient! Without ginger, the gingerbread man feels like he’s not really a gingerbread man at all! He can’t be sold in the bakery, so he lives at the back of the store. And there he…
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Dancing In My Shoes
Posted By : Date : jdoherty | 07-11-2017
Check out The Great Martini, A fun and touching story about Sam, a lovable but far from perfect magician who learns that the greatest transformation is transforming feelings of caring into action to help another human being. The Great Maritini, as an exclusive amazon e book. Please click here to get your copy today.   Dancing In My Shoes Author Interview with Lashandra Hall It's OK to be different. It's OK to be sweet. Join Rose as she shares why she's so unique! In this episode of Reading With Your Kids Podcast, we welcome Lashandra Hall, author of newly released…
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Annie Aardvark, Mathematician
Posted By : Date : jdoherty | 06-13-2017
Check out The Great Martini, A fun and touching story about Sam, a lovable but far from perfect magician who learns that the greatest transformation is transforming feelings of caring into action to help another human being. The Great Maritini, as an exclusive amazon e book. Please click here to get your copy today.   Annie Aardvark, Mathematician Reading With Your Kids Podcast Featuring Suzie Olsen Suzie Olsen is an Engineer, Writer & the author of Annie Aardvark, Mathematician, a fun, educational children's book about a young aardvark named Annie. Suzie is joining us today…
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Lily and the Paper Man
Posted By : Date : jdoherty | 05-17-2017
Lily and the Paper Man Book by Rebecca Upjohn Review by Fatima Khan, Associate Producer, ReadingWithYourKids.com It's a wonderful story to inspire kindness and Compassion! Lily and the paper Man is a simple yet engaging story about a young girl named Lily. While out with her mother on the way home from school one day, Lily encounters an untidy-looking man selling papers on the street. Lily is afraid of the man at first and convinces her mother to take a bus everyday in order to avoid him. When winter comes and…
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So You Want To Know About The Environment?
Posted By : Date : jdoherty | 05-06-2017
So You Want to Know About the Environment? Reading with your Kids Podcast Interview with Bijal Vachharajani It gives us a great pleasure to inform that Reading with your kid’s podcast is gaining immense popularity across the globe and especially in India. We can’t thank our fans enough for all the love & support. When we were planning to have guests on our show this week, interviewing Bijal Vachharajani is exactly what we wanted! In this episode of Reading with your kid’s podcast, Bijal Vachharajani joins us from Bengaluru, India to talk…
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The Raindrop Who Couldn’t Fall
Posted By : Date : jdoherty | 05-02-2017
Jedlie’s Magic Circus is fun for the whole family. Please visit www.jedlie.com to find out how to bring this inspiring show to your community. The Raindrop Who Couldn't Fall Reading With Your Kids Podcast Interview with Kirsti Call Great success comes from failure! How many times do you try before you give up? This is the question that little Plink considers after failing to fall repeatedly. The Raindrop Who Couldn't Fall by Kirsti Call helps 3 to 8 year old children understand that learning to do things is not always easy…
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Interview With My Favorite Mermaid!!!
Posted By : Date : jdoherty | 03-30-2017
Join our Usborne Team & Discover Life Changing Opportunities!!! My Favorite Mermaid Reading With Your Kids Podcast Interview With Sheri Fink I am so excited for you to meet my friend, my favorite mermaid, Sheri Fink!!! Sheri Fink is an inspirational speaker, a #1 best-selling, award-winning author, and the creator of “The Whimsical World of Sheri Fink” inspirational brand. She creates books, products, and experiences that inspire and delight kids of all ages while planting seeds of self-esteem. All 5 of her children’s books were #1 best-sellers, including The Little…
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Calee Lee – Passionate About Helping Kids Learn To Love Reading
Posted By : Date : jdoherty | 03-23-2017
Jedlie's Magic Circus Has A Great New Show That Excites Kids To Read!!! Reading With Your Kids Podcast Starring Calee Lee Calee Lee is an author and founder of Xist publishing, and today she is a guest on this episode of the Reading With Your Kids Podcast. Calee is one of the first authors to agree to come on the podcast. I discovered her through a search for faith filled kids books. Calee's books came up right at the top of that search. Calee is the author of some wonderful…
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Malala Yousafzai: Shot by the Taliban, Still Fighting for Equal Education
Posted By : Date : jdoherty | 03-15-2017
Malala Yousafzai: Shot by the Taliban, Still Fighting for Equal Education  by Matt Deoden Review By Fatima Khan, Associate Producer, ReadingWithYourKids.com This book is a powerful story of Malala Yosafzai, a young girl who fights for the right of all girls to be educated. I felt both humbled and inspired by the story of this brave girl. This is an inspirational story of the girl who single-handedly showed that the pen is mightier than the sword and I would recommend it for people of all ages. Author presents Malala's story…
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