Wondering what can you do to make your children love books? I am sharing 18 different ways to encourage reading habit in children plus 3 reasons why your child may be hating books… These tips will help even the most reluctant reader want to pick up a book.
Rhyming Books for Kids are the easiest way to encourage children to love books. They actually make a child want to try reading themselves. Here are 10 of our all time favorite. Between four children, we may have read these books a thousand times over!
My Rows and Piles of Coins by Tololwa M. Mollel illustrated by E. B. Lewis is a realistic fiction story from Tanzania. We re-visited this book today as part of the Kids Read the World – Africa series.
I am sharing one of our favorite books today – The Day of Ahmed’s Secret by Florence Parry Heide and Judith Heide Gilliland, illustrated by Ted Lewin. As part of Kids Read the World – Africa, I have chosen this book from Egypt.
Do your children have a bedtime routine? Today’s post is about teaching children to sleep according to the Sunnah. I found a wonderful book this year, Bedtime Sunnah -Emulating the Prophet One Night at a Time by Alia G. Dada Published by Prolance Publications.
Inside: Ramadan Fasting for children, why you shouldn’t let a child Fast before they are the right age, what can go wrong and how to cope. Sample Intermittent Fasting Plan for little children plus a book to help you talk to your child.
Let’s talk about marriages today. So you have a nagging mother in law. An alien husband. You don’t know how to handle your sister in law … then before you know it, you get a daughter of your own. Nobody gets a perfect husband or perfect in-laws right from the start. In fact, Happily Ever…
Sometimes I come across books that makes my heart happy! Jupiter Storm by Marti Dumas is one such book. I am excited to review this for the Multicultural Children’s Book Day on 27th January 2018.
I’d like to share a children’s book about accepting differences that we have come to love. It is Martin Luther King’s Day on 15th January- a perfect time to talk about rights and diversity. If you have child in grade 1 or higher, then I highly recommend this book about accepting others. It is a…
Inside: Read the review of the children’s book Surprise by Zaheera Jina.