Graduation time is upon many ages of kids and adults. Kids could be graduating from kindergarten, elementary school and all the way to high school and college. This is a terrific time to give books for encouragement, guidance, motivation and direction. Here are a few great suggestions.
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Three memorable new historical novels are introduced this month. In Times of Rain and War by Camron Wright takes us back to Germany and World War II. Mary Magdalene, Beloved of the Bridegroom introduces the reader to a strong conjecture concerning the life of Christ. Heather B. Moore completes the trio with Until Vienna, the third volume in the Romance on the Orient Express series.
Are you looking for a way to get your youngster to talk more and retell stories? Motivating children to retell stories can be difficult. However, picture books without text are a perfect way to tell the story in their own words. Wordless books are a marvelous way to help youngsters sequence events and draw nuances and conclusions in their own words.
Two new books stand out this month. Second Chance is the much-anticipated newest book in the Griffin Force series by Julie Coulter Bellon. Anneka R. Walker reveals some of the painful aspects of the Regency period in Refining the Debutante as her heroine falls from society’s darling to a harshly treated servant in her uncle’s home.
Bored with staying home, winter, and, and social distancing? Spice up your life with either or both of these exciting novels, "Treacherous Legacy" by Kathi Oram Peterson and/or "In Harm’s Way" by Traci Hunter Abramson.
February is “Black History Month” and I have collected some outstanding books for kids through adults. The first book is a board book for babies and toddlers. The next five are picture books. All of these books, with the exception of the first book, are good for ages eight through adult.