- reduce stress
- gain new perspectives
- enhance memory
- boost analytical thinking skills
- expand vocabulary
- increase one's ability to empathize with others
While few would argue the value of reading non-fiction, there are very good reasons to read and encourage the reading of fiction for ourselves and for our children. Here are just a few:
New Kane Miller titles release in January!
We suggest this book
for grown-ups for help in
finding a little perspective.
Release your inner Riley!
The Short and Incredibly Happy
Life of Riley
Time is running out on 2013 and the race is on for the
whose task it is to
save the world!
January 2014 brings the second book
in the thrilling new series,
The Last Thirteen
Celebrate your holiday sharing stories ...
The Children Who Loved Books
"... Without being overly sentimental, Carnavas pays tribute to the way books unite people ..." - Publishers Weekly
Laughter is the best medicine!
The spunky and always entertaining Elly Pickering will cheer you up!
I Lost My Mobile at the Mall
offers an opportunity to discuss making wise choices when it comes to choosing friends and using social media.
the perfect stocking stuffer for all ages!
"Selma makes an ideal mascot for living in the moment and for the importance of rituals, in this charming antidote to the clamor of consumerism." - Publishers Weekly
For music and song! So ...
Jump Up and Join In!
Introduce musical concepts
by pairing a simple
musical instrument with
either or both of these wonderful
book and CD packages for
an awesome gift!
Some readers respond better to small blocks of text mixed
with illustrations and
changes in design.
Even nonfiction can prompt conversation and writing!
Race car fans will be eager
to describe their ideal
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