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​​​5 Reasons ​Why You Should Read with Your Kids​

Importance of reading to children is their ability to apply logic in various scenarios, recognize cause and effect, and utilize good judgment. As your child begins to relate the scenarios in books to what’s happening in his own world, he’ll become more excited about the stories you share. Help build:

  • ​A stronger relationship with you.
  • Academic excellence.
  • Acclimation to new experiences.
  • Better communication skills.
  • More logical thinking skills.


Source:  https://www.earlymoments.com

SCHOOL & LIBRARY PRESENTERS (Southern California)

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Author/Presenter:  

Harry E. Pacheco

Themes:  Anti-bullying, Self-help, Diversity

Featured Books:  

Gladys Glasses, Stanley No Stripes

For Ages:  4-11 years

https://www.harryepacheco.com/

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Author/Presenter:  

Ashley Mills Monaghan

Themes:  Mindfulness, Conservation, Kindness

Featured Book:  

A Little Goes A Long Way

For Ages:  2-8 years

https://www.alittlegoesalongwaybook.com/


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Author/Presenter:  

Scott Sussman

Themes:  Importance of reading & writing

Featured Book:  Silly the Seed

For Ages:  3-13 years

https://scottsussmanbooks.com/

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Author/Presenter:  

Angie Flores

Themes:  Choices, Kindness, Family

Featured Book:  Cub's Wish

For Ages:  4-8 years

https://www.angiefloresbooks.com/

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Author/Presenter:  Adam T. Newman

Themes:  Writing Process, Imagination, Being Heard

Featured Book:  The Girl Who Lost Her Voice

For Ages:  3-8 years

http://www.miloinkbooks.com/

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Author/Presenter:  Laura Knight

Themes:  Teamwork, Courage, STEM careers

Featured Book:  Kid Astronaut

For Ages:  7-12 years