Educators Reveal Their Favourite Children’s Books

Hi,

Today I’m adding an article and link written by a writer for Rasmussen College in the USA. She sent out an online query to educators and authors about their favourite books for teaching children under five. The results are great and the reasons the books are mentioned are diverse and positive. There are some fabulous books out there for little kids that help us teach them about numbers, rhyme, music, manners, good citizenship and personal body space. All subjects that are part of the learning process in life. the small descriptions and titles make an excellent list for parents and teachers wondering what to read to their kids in class or at home. ofcouse I recommend the old time favourite….One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish by Dr Suess!!

Happy reading!!

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About loulouszal

Hi, I have always loved stories, from Dr Suess to Enid Blyton, to Roald Dahl, as a child and on to Jane Austen as a teen and adult. I love writing stories and poems too. I think writing and reading fantasy is a great way to travel, in your head and visit places you might never otherwise see. they can be as wonderful as you want to make them. I kept writing as a hobby all through my teen years and then as an adult, married with children ,I wrote stories for my family and read them out aloud as we traveled on long car trips in foreign countries. "The Diary of Arnmore" is one of these stories, followed closely by "Hungry Mr Croc." Two very different stories, aimed at completely different age groups, but both definately worth a read!
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