Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Reading Clean Giveaway Hop!

Come and join the fun.
We don't have any steamy reads being offered at this hop, but that doesn't mean we won't have any great reads for you and your kids.

Hosted by Clean Teen Fiction, One Librarian's Book Reviews and I Am A Reader, Not A Writer

For a chance to win fun and clean book by Karen Katz with stickers included all you have to do is leave a comment with your name and email.

No Biting
Karen Katz

Biting, kicking and pushing may be a few of the first things that pre-schoolers learn as they begin their journey to learn social skills. For some children biting and pushing may be the only way to defend themselves, while others use these tactics as a means to get their way. Katz has provided an easy to use visual tool for parents and teachers to store with young ones on what not to do when it comes to pushing, biting or kicking. Children will learn not to bite each other, but that it's alright to bite an apple. Parents can show a child that pushing friends is rude, but pushing a friend on a swing is polite and fun. It's important for little ones to learn not to kick the dog, but that it's alright to kick a ball. Brightly colored illustrations help little ones see the meaning of what is being taught. Simple words will become easily recognizable by beginner readers. Familiar colors, shapes and objects will encourage reading for ages 3 to 5 years. Another plus is that there are stickers in the back of the book any child would love.
BIBLIO:2011, Grosset & Dunlap, Ages 3 to 5, $4.99.
REVIEWER:Kristi Bernard
FORMAT:Young Readers
ISBN: 9780448455815

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