Don’t you just love sweet children’s books that teach them good things — important things, without them ever realizing that they’re learning? I always bought educational toys for my daughter, and was thrilled (and impressed) when, on her first birthday, she mastered one of those wooden puzzles with large pieces for tiny hands before the end of that day. Of course, I went out and bought more.
Wonderful Things reinforces the love of the parent for the child, and shows children they can be anything they want to be. To read my full review of The Wonderful Things You Will Do, click right here.
Leaps and Bounce, follow a frog’s life from the egg to a grown-up frog. It’s a delightful, exuberant view of growing up in this big world. To read my full review of Leaps and Bounce, click here.