The Littles Go Exploring: A Little-Guy’s Book Review

The Littles Go Exploring  by John Peterson  My favorite part of The Littles go exploring is when they find the lost ”Grandpa Little”.It was medium for me.BUT it was a little bit hard.the story is about Grandpa little,who the littles are and how they go exploring.   H is seven years-old, he is an older brother … Read more The Littles Go Exploring: A Little-Guy’s Book Review

Favourite Books: KP Been There Done That Squad

KamloopsParents.Com presents…
The KP “Been There Done That” Squad

A team of over twenty-five parents who have all sorts of parenting experiences. From the Mom of thirteen with one on the way, to the first-time Mom of one. We have new Dads to the Dad of three.  From the experienced parent, to the rookie! If you want the truth…. we are all rookies. Each day presents something new, somewhere we have not already been, something that we have not already done. So, why not look to someone who has?!

The KP BTDT Squad will be sharing their experiences and answering two questions per month. Each parent will answer the questions if they can and their answers will be compiled into a feature post to share with readers. These will be general questions that many parents will wonder about as they raise their children. The BTDT Squad will be talking about subjects like potty training, how they dealt with picky eaters, their most favourite family adventures, and how they managed to ever sleep through the night!

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What is your favourite children’s book to read with your kids?

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Goodnight iPad: Curled up with a Good Book

Goodnight iPad By Ann Droyd (aka David Milgrim) Illustrated by David Milgrim Good for all ages! Can be bought in store at Chapters or Coles bookstores or online at Chapters or Amazon. This is the perfect book to celebrate Literacy Week: Unplug and Play!  A great parody of the classic children’s book Goodnight Moon.  In … Read more Goodnight iPad: Curled up with a Good Book

Something from Nothing:
Curled Up With a Good Book

Miranda, mom to seven, writes:
This is a very sweet book, a very dear friend gave it to my children as “big brother big sister gift” after I had my last baby. . This sweet story adapted from an old Jewish folksong about a grandfather who makes his grandson a blanket, and as the years go on, and the blanket gets worn, he makes other items out of it. And as those other items get tattered and torn, the inventive grandfather makes another item out of the remaining cloth , and so on and so forth.

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Curled Up With a Good Book