Posts tagged children's books
How to Write Your Own Children's Book

Plastic Cupcakes is a reflection of that time period but with a next-generation twist. It’s a counting book for Aunt-Niece duos (or trios, etc.) that showcases the fun and unique bond between an aunt and her niece. When my niece, Aubree, was born on August 2, 2017, I knew I wanted to commemorate her birth by writing her a story. Thus, Plastic Cupcakes was also born. If you’re interested in writing -- and perhaps even self-publishing -- your own children’s book, here are some tips to help you throughout the process.

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My Top 4 Children's Books To Help Prevent Summer Learning Loss

The National Summer Learning Association has a four-page PDF of recommended reading lists for newborns to children in 8th grade. In addition to this expansive and great list, I have some recommendations from my own childhood to share with you. Here are four of my favorite children's books.

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Classic Children's Books To Add To Your Child's Brush, Book, Bed Routine

February is Children’s Dental Health Month and an easy way to teach your child to always brush his or her teeth at night is to make a bedtime routine that’s both easy to follow and fun! As part of the Brush, Book, Bed campaign, our intern LeAnna would like to share with you her favorite childhood stories her own mother used to read to her.

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