Charming Bible Stories for Children Enjoy Classic Bible Stories with Your Kids! By Connie Goldin This series of Bible stories for children ages 5 to 9, My First Bible Stories, is beautifully illustrated and engagingly told. They are excellent for enrichment, for developing cultural literacy, and the classic stories are non-denominational. The books are … Continue reading »
Timeless Children’s Stories By Connie Goldin, LMFT Happy Newsflash! All of these books have been donated to an elementary school for students since this was published. A friend of Mom to Madre found current editions of these beautiful classic books, in brand new condition, and donated them to us. We are so happy … Continue reading »
Night Animals by Gianna Marino Learning and Laughing By Connie Goldin, LMFT Gianna Marino is the author of four books that I just love. Too Tall Houses, Following Papa’s SONG, and Meet Me at The Moon precede her latest children’s book, Night Animals. Each book is completely different from the others, and … Continue reading »
World Book Night US, April 23rd, 2014 “Spreading the love of reading, person to person.” Mom to Madre is participating in World Book Night US for the third year, thanks to volunteer, Pat Baker. We will be receiving twenty copies of Hoot, by Carl Hiaasen, to distribute to families with middle school age … Continue reading »
Spring Books ~ Celebrate with New Releases! By Connie Goldin, MA, MFT The new spring children’s books are out. There are beautiful children’s books to add to family collections. The books featured here are for children as young as one-year-old (Early Bird,) with the majority for ages 4-8. They depict the beauty of the world … Continue reading »
One By Kathrin Otoshi Colors, Numbers, Counting and Lots More! By Connie Goldin, MA, MFT I picked up One on a book buying trip and thumbed through it. It was beautiful. I glanced quickly and saw everything I wanted to show preschool parents about important pre-K skills–colors, numbers, counting, sizes and shapes. … Continue reading »
Reptiles are fascinating. Have fun learning about them with your kids.