Wednesday, October 29, 2008

WFMW - kids books w/ values


Well... Christmas is coming soon and alot of us are going to be scrambling to buy gifts for our families and I have a suggestion. One of the things I loved doing as a kid (and still) is reading together as a family. One series of books in particular stands out from early on in my childhood. Its the Serendipity books by Stephen Cosgrove. Beautifully written and illustrated, each book tells a whimsical tale that captures the heart of all readers young and old and helps teach children values and build character. You may be able to find them in stores but personally, I haven't seen these in regular bookstores for some time. I do know you can get them on Ebay and Amazon.
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4 comments:

Starbucks Mama said...

Well, we do have a few things in common. Boys, pink, Starbucks. And I have met the girls @ Starbucks after all my guys head to bed.

Amy said...

Thanks for your comment on my blog! I hope you have a chance to try some ten-minute breakfasts!

Those Serendipity books look familiar . . .

Buzzings of a Queen Bee! said...

Good tip! I am always looking for good, wholesome books for my daughter to get into!
Carrie

Jerrick said...

Nice tips about choosing right books!!