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John continues to describe the qualities of the Children of God as he had described walking in the light. The children of God don’t just av...
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Book Find: Babylit Books
Board books and preschool books were always something my wife and I liked when we had age appropriate kids, and we even continued to collect some after our kids outgrew the need for such sturdy literature. Well, today I found a series of books that tempted me to purchase every title the store had. They are called Babylit, and they combine the preschool teaching aims (counting, colors, sounds, etc.) with classic literature themes. And, they have some great graphic design elements too.
I settled for just one now. Of course, it had to be “Dracula: A Counting Primer by Jennifer Adams.” I was highly tempted by the Sherlock Holmes volume and especially “Jabberwocky: A Nonsense Primer” as well. I may put these on gift wish lists for the future. I could see me teaching future grandkids the finer aspects of counting and classic literature all at once one day.
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