20 best short stories for kidsFor some children this involves starting with basic books with simpler and fewer words; while others take to reading with speedy gusto, zipping through picture books and straight onto chapter books. You can trust our independent reviews. We may earn commission from some of the retailers, but we never allow this to influence selections, which are formed from real-world testing and expert advice. The topics are age-old — friendship, truth and the quest for knowledge. But the humour, illustrations and poo jokes are bang up to date. Buy now.
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67 Books Every Geek Should Read to Their Kids Before Age 10
We picked the brains of some people who live and breathe kid lit to get their must-have picks. We also asked YOU, our parent readers and experts in your own right to weigh in, as well! Pam Allyn, is an American literacy advocate and author. Called the Book Whisperer by many customers, Sarah has a knack for connecting the right books with the right readers. Lisa G. Kropp is the First Steps columnist for School Library Journal and a fierce advocate for early learning services in public libraries. Maggie McGuire.
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Digital natives sufferring from the shortening attention span much more than their parents. The first activity to be set aside is reading books. Short stories are perfect for digital times because they offer something digital addicts need most of all — the pleasure of reading a whole story without sacrificing time.
At GeekDad we are committed to helping you raise geek generation 2. The social science is in, vocabulary is a major predictor of cognitive development in your children. Reading to them is a great way to get them using the language centers of their brain. Reading aloud to your kids can be a blast. This article has been reproduced in a new format and may be missing content or contain faulty links. Contact wiredlabs wired. So what books should geeks be reading to their kids?