Recommended Picture Books for Children: Enhance Vocabulary, Jump-Start Reading Reviews

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How do busy parents and caregivers find quality educational books for their children? Recommended Picture Books for Children is the solution!! In this resource, you will find the titles of more than 500 great picture books by over 200 authors that have been reviewed and recommended based on their educational qualities. These books are full of wonderful stories, exceptional illustrations, awesome vocabulary, a wide variety of topics, and most importantly, full of reading fun!! By reading the books listed here, your child will have a well-rounded education due to the vast subject matter covered in these picture books. This resource will save you time by summarizing the picture books and then listing them again by title, author, and topic. Instead of looking and looking for what to read next, you can spend more time reading picture books to your child because you are now able to quickly locate an assortment of fantastic books!Included in this recommended reference are award winning books, best sellers, and books that children will want to read over and over again. Some of the topics in this guide include the alphabet, numbers, colors, shapes, time, animals, dinosaurs, dance, friendship, sports, vehicles, rhyming, and so much more. The author has read thousands and thousands of picture books. For over 15 consecutive years, D.M. read picture books to her large family. Her goal was to read five books a day to each of her kids, a goal almost always met. Reading picture books helped prepare her kids for school. By the time the author’s kids were four years old, they were reading books on their own. This book provides a list of outstanding picture books that D.M. believes helped her children. A portion of the introduction discusses the fundamental steps involved in learning how to read. The author shares the steps that she used for the building of reading skills that led to her children being able to read before they entered kindergarten. When her children were young, they read many books to increase knowledge and vocabulary. At age two, the focus was to learn the alphabet letters and continue reading books. By the time her children were three they began learning each letter's sounds. This led to the ability of her children to begin sounding out words at the age of four! From that moment on, she continued to read to them and they read to her! Research shows over and over again the importance of reading daily to your child beginning at birth. Studies show that reading aloud to children beginning at birth strengthens their language skills and helps build their vocabulary. These are two important skills that children need for reading success in school. Regardless of your income level, education, or where you live, reading to your child makes a significant difference now and forever. Inspire children to love reading!

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