Great Books to Read to Kids Stuck at Home
Positive, Fun, Cool Stories With Zero Agenda. Uncomplicated, Like Childhood was Meant to Be!
By: Aster House Press
If you've ever purchased children's books only to…
• cringe at some of the content
• wince at the bad grammar
• wonder about the messages your kids were getting
• worry about weird or creepy elements
• literally hide or discard the book for any number of other reasons
You're not alone! Many people, just like you, have grown weary of scenarios similar to these.
Sharing similar concerns, Tim O'Shenko started creating and producing positive and fun children's stories without all that unnecessary "other stuff."
Especially during uncertain times, children can benefit from the grounding and comforting effects of favorite books. Reading can be a great way to help escape, even for a little while, from the uncertainties surrounding the current worldwide COVID-19 virus pandemic.
Included in this growing library are:
•The Totally True Story of Jack and His Birthday - the delightful and amusing story of the lovable Jack Russell Terrier named "Jack" and his happy birthday party. From worldwide greetings via mail and computer to oddball friends and eccentric relatives, Jack gears up for the happiest birthday ever.
•Does Cheese Say Please? - A wonderful and delightful short book that introduces and reinforces many words and phrases that make up good manners as well as confident and positive social interactions. All in an interactive and fun way... "Does cheese say please? No. But you do. Please."
•Does a Stork Use a Fork? - Explore basic table manners and eating habits in this delightful and wonderful book that introduces and reinforces key words and concepts that make up daily life in a fun and interactive way.
To learn more about these perennial favorites and other terrific children's books visit the author's website at https://www.oshenko.com/?