Mom, Dad, Our Books, and Me
In a family of readers, a young boy is delighted to finally be able to sound out words all by himself. And the more he reads, the more he realizes that reading goes on all around him, all the time — and not just in the form of books. As he starts to see different kinds of reading, from recipes to music to weather, the boy realizes that while reading may take us to fantastic places, it also helps bring people together.
This delightful picture book by Danielle Marcotte is perfect for families that love to read! Mom, Dad, Our Books, and Me celebrates the wondrous effects of reading, the way it brightens lives and lets us indulge in our imaginations, as well as the ways it can bring a family together. Illustrations by Josée Bisaillon are bright and colorful with plenty of interesting patterns and textures that will keep young readers riveted to the pages. This book is sure to be enjoyed by children even as it subtly encourages them to keep enjoying more books.
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|Author||Danielle Marcotte, Josée Bisaillon, Illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
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