Reading with Kids – a book a day
I have a real passion for reading it started when I was a child my room and home was filled with books, printed material and they were flicked at read all the through the day, each and every day. This love of books is something that I want to pass onto my kids and to share with you. So starting this week I will be sharing a book a day – a book to read with your kids new or old, fiction or non-fiction that is great for Toddlers and preschoolers for you to read together.
Making time to read a book day
We read at different times, traditionally I guess it’s a bedtime book but I don’t know about you but my kids sleep better if the books at bedtime are certain ones that they are familiar with or that may have certain features. Instead why not after dinner before you go up stairs grab one of our recommendations and as a family sit and read it out loud or how about over breakfast, with the morning snack, at nap time. Basically what I’m saying is make time (5 to 10 minutes) each day to share a book a day together with your children.
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What I will share
Each day I will share a different book with a review from the perspective of a parent reading with a child – I won’t give away the whole story but enough to give you a suggestion of whether it’s something that you would like to read with your child.
What this is not is a reading list for the day, week, month, year with your child it’s just books that we enjoy and read together that you may as well.
You don’t have to buy the books, you don’t have to own the books but the selection of books with be on the site for you to look through and discover when it comes to choosing books to read with your kids. To make it easier I will link each book to Amazon using my affiliate link (which means I would earn a couple of pence if you choose to purchase the book) but I’m not suggesting you go and buy them at all instead check out your library arrange a book exchange with friends.
Keep up to date
Would you like to make sure that you get to see all the book recommendations – well more accurately receive them once a week in a round up, then you can subscribe to our email for A Book a Day. Each weekend you will get an email with the books from the week before, for you to check out.