Daylight Savings has recently occurred in most states. It’s difficult for many youngsters to adjust to this time change and settle down to sleep. So why not curl up with a good book about sleep to help children to go to sleep.
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The Best Picture Books of 2022 -Part 2
Here are the rest of my favorite picture books that should put smiles on kids and families as they read out loud these delightful books. The following books are best for ages three through eight unless otherwise indicated.
In the Non-Fiction Corner with Lauren: “When It Doesn’t Make Sense”
John Bytheway does it again with his timely and relevant book When It Doesn’t Make Sense. With stories and insights that are relatable to all ages, this book is a must-have for anyone who has had gospel questions or wondered why life isn’t “fair.”
The Perfect Mystery to Begin Your New Reading Year
If you love historical mysteries, you will want to make time to read “Secret of the Sonnets” by Samantha Hastings. It’s a great way to start your new year! Ms. Hastings is a new-to-me author and I really enjoyed her writing style, witty conversation, and balance of mystery and romance.
The Best Picture Books of 2022, Part I
This is the first installment of the most outstanding picture books for this year. The books listed here are informative, educational, humorous, and comforting. All are good for ages three through eight unless otherwise indicated.
Last Minute Gifts of Books
Books make such great gifts. The following books are for many different ages and will surely bring an abundance of joy. Each book will state the ages appropriate for that book except for the last three books. Those are geared for adults.
The Best Gifts for Christmas: Books
I have collected some outstanding new books to give for newborns through adults that will surely bring delight and smiles. The first two books are for youngsters ages newborns through three. The rest of the books will have the appropriate age listed.